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1/15/14 11:27 A

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Probably popcorn and if I get my hands on Cheetos! I cannot stop eating Cheetos, so I don't buy them.

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1/14/14 9:02 P

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It tastes really good, just like roasted peanuts.
The one downside I see is the small bother of mixing it with water. The upside is not using up all my calories and fat grams.
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1/14/14 12:25 P

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I've heard of it, but haven't had the courage to try it yet. If I see it in the grocery store I might try it though. Thanks for the heads up. I've seen at least one Spark Blog on it (it was last year or the year before I think). But I'm afraid it won't taste right or have that powdery consistency. I know of others who love it though.

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1/13/14 9:14 P

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Cyndi,

Have you heard of PB2? It's powdered roasted peanuts, so it's like PB with 85% of the fat gone and nothing added. You mix it with water to a spreadable consistency.

I read about it (actually in a magazine article about SparkPeople, though I've never seen it mentioned on the site) and tried to find it at GNC, and in with protein powders. Then I found it in the supermarket in with the regular peanut butter.

I plan to make chicken satay with it in the peanut sauce.

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1/13/14 5:14 P

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Anything that combines sugar and fat (like butter) is up for grabs. That includes chocolate, cookies, desserts, ice cream. I'm working on it, it's my big downfall.

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1/13/14 12:26 P

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Peanut butter, comes to mind first. Used to be crackers and breads and desserts. Doing better on those but peanut butter.... mmm - YUM!

Cyndi Gryffindor,

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1/12/14 8:50 P

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Pretty much-everything... emoticon

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1/12/14 8:10 P

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For me, it's bread, chips, crackers - that kind of texture that's salty or savory.

I wish I felt that way about veggies - LOL

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1/12/14 5:13 P

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Frozen yogurt and ice cream (low-fat or fat-free.)
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I'm working on being able to eat small amounts of chocolate. However, my small amounts seem to have crept up from 50 calories to 100.
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1/12/14 1:18 P

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Mine are cookies (oatmeal or shortbread are my weaknesses) and nuts especially peanuts.

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1/12/14 1:17 P

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What snack foods do you find it hard to stop at just one serving?

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