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9/30/09 2:47 P

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I might keep sweet potatoes on my occasional list too. My kids really like them, especially baked like fries in the oven.



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9/30/09 11:14 A

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Neither are considered Paleo. I like sweet potatoes too so I have them as a cheat food on occasion. As for peas- yuck!

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9/30/09 11:01 A

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I saw in teh dinner thread the mention of sweet potatoes and peas. I thought both of those were a no-go when you were paleo.

What's the scoop? I don't like peas anyway so I don't miss those, but I DO like sweet potatoes.



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