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Days when you mostly want to eat the savory foods? I've been making Alyssa's spinach dip with one avo and a whole bag of greens and munching on it all day with veggie dippers. Then in the evening I'll chop up tomatos, cukes, and other savory fruits and veggies and wrap them up in romaine like burritos. I just haven't had any craving for sweet fruit which is discouraging since they are so good right now!
07-20-2006, 03:13 PM
I eat coconut meat, mmmmmmmmmm
raviolies with marinara sauce
pesto stuffed mushrooms
there are plenty of savory dishes in my house. YES!!!
Plus Alyssa's marinara sauce with a couple of hot peppers added in over shredded summer squash. MMMMMM.
Yes. I mostly have savory days. I eat a lot of kale salad, raw tacos, hummus with veggies. If I let myself eat whatever I want if it's raw, it'll be mostly that stuff, a bit of raw brownies and an apple or two during the day. This isn't to say that I don't loooooove pineapple or cherries or oranges or lots of other fruits, but I don't crave them in the sustained way that I do savory stuff. I was like this on SAD too. I never ate sweet things for breakfast.
07-20-2006, 03:28 PM
Most of my days are that way. I actually don't care much for sweet fruit. Would never make a meal out of it. Just not appealing. I'll eat a few freshly picked strawberries or cherries. Might have a bit of apple or pear on a green salad on a rare occasion. Or have a few bits of finely chopped dried fruit mixed in with some nuts. If I do have a sweet dessert like RPs brownies, it's a rare occasion and I eat only a bite or two. Sweet foods are just not satisfying to me. I either don't feel well after eating them or I eat it and still want something savory.
Mexican food is my favorite. I love big pieces of bell pepper dipped into freshly made pico de gallo, with or without the hot peppers. Or a big salad of lettuce, onions, tomatoes, peppers, maybe a little corn or lentil sprouts. I also love celery. It's not exactly savory, but not sweet either.
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