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Why is whole wheat so gross?

Monday, January 21, 2013

I hate whole wheat. I don't know why, but whole wheat bread makes me gag. I bought some white whole wheat wraps today from La tortilla Factory, and they are nasty too. Hopefully if I add enough yellow mustard it will disguise their flavor.

I guess whole wheat isn't so horrible if it is slathered with peanut butter?

I met with my trainer today and we had a great session. The first half we did weights, and the second half we did a boot camp style workout. I wish my hip would stop hurting!!

Not much else going on. I am enjoying my time at home on vacation.

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  • v 2BFREE2LIVE
    I for one do not eat flour products at all. I stay away from any thing white or wheat. No sugar, no starch and no gluten. Seems to be good for the weight loss.
    Try rice crackers they really make some good ones, flavored etc...
    1284 days ago
  • v SCCUDDLERS
    Sorry you struggle with whole wheat. I've not had that problem. Maybe just keep experimenting with different brands.

    I didn't realize your hip was still bothering you. Have you considered going to the doc?
    1284 days ago
  • v EUEK098
    Uhhh am sorry, I've come to find that I like whole wheat pasta and tortilla's. You might want to experiment with different brands, when it comes to the whole wheat thing. Enjoy your hols.
    1284 days ago
  • v SOFT_VAL67
    ive learned to like whole wheat, i even enjoy the spagetti....i guess its an acquired taste, maybe try alot of veggies
    1284 days ago
  • v SYZYGY922
    I actually love whole wheat, but I remember hating it. I think it's an acquired taste. I do hate whole wheat wraps, though. I just like the bread.
    1284 days ago
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