I agree, changing lifestyle eating does effect out taste. I've been baking whole wheat bread (bread machine, so it's super easy) and ran out the other day and went and bought some store wheat bread and some whole wheat hamburger buns. I didn't like the taste of either one. Both tasted sweet and salty. I kept thinking it's bread not a dessert.
One step in front of the other will take me where I'm trying to go. It's just a matter of time.
Live life with no regrets, means think before doing for me.
Yes,yes, yes! This has happened to me as well. I am a cake-o-holic who lives for birthday celebrations, as a well known bakery here makes spectacular cakes of all sorts.
Well, I had one of their huge pieces recently and only could eat a couple bites. It was way too sweet. I was heartbroken! Cake! The best treat!
Also, I had a favorite breakfast there and instead of tasting the food (blueberry blintzes and bacon) all I tasted was salt, sweetness and fat. I hated it and only ate a few bites. This real food eating is making a huge difference! You're not alone! I can't wait to hear what other folks say, too! We should take this as a positive change. We're doing well, yah? P.S. congratulations on you weight loss! That's terrific!
I find that as I have more real food my taste changes. I thought this excerpt from my blog might start an interesting discussion. Has this happen to you?
And that brings me back to birthday cake. The kiddo picked a birthday cake and on Friday we all had some. I had a piece and found it revolting. I guess that I have been off sugar so long that it was really awful to me, and the frosting, usually my favorite part, was especially awful.
I got up Saturday after a very late night (really early morning!) of talking with my son. I was alone and really not feeling good after getting insufficient sleep, and what did I do? I had a piece of awful cake for breakfast. And it was awful, easy but awful. Why would I do that? And to top it off I had another piece later in the day. I have been trying to figure out why.
The first thing that comes to mind is, I was just too lazy to make a real breakfast. But then I started thing about habits. In the past I would have had a piece of cake for breakfast because I would have liked it , and let's face it many breakfast foods are pretty similar to cake, real sugar bombs. I also think that I was looking for the enjoyment that I have gotten in the past from cake. I was confused about not enjoying it, I could never understand (or frankly, believe) people who said that they did not like cake. They were lying weren't they??? Self-righteous skinny people, who were depriving themselves, but would not admit to it. Could they really have been telling the truth? Really?
And what if I am becoming one of those folks. Will "normal" folks think I am a self-righteous liar. How do I feel about that??? I wonder if it will last... do I even want it to last? Or am I more comfortable being the way I have always been. I am finding my self getting really picky about food. I ordered and Arnold Palmer the other day, a combination of iced tea and lemonade. The lemonade was that ucky stuff that they put in soda dispensers, I paid for it, but I drank the water that was on the table. I am quick to judge things "not worth the calories" now.
Maybe my daughter has given me another gift, freedom from the grip of the cake monster... could it really be?
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