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Oh Sylvie--You are so high energy...I LOVE it!!! And just like I told Jo...I would LOVE to hear you talk. I LOVE an accent. Hell, took me 11 years to get rid of the last one just b/c he had an accent. LOL!

I've not tried the cauliflower mac & cheese but I would. Totally.

I don't do peas. ICK!

I do like me some guacamole, but that usually involves chips! And maybe tequila!!! I saw an ad on FB for an avocado pie & I thought I would DIE at the very idea. ICK!!!

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7/28/16 10:27 A

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Being Canadian, I've definitely called Kraft Dinner KD , LOL
I've been in VA for 3 years and apparently i say everything wrong hahaha.

I used to love KD, but definitely love our homemade mac n' cheese way more.. Also, mix it with tuna and peas, delish! We often make cauliflower mac n' cheese, which is way healthier, but of course still lotsa cheese so still the indulgence we love about mac n' cheese. The cauli replaces the pasta.

As for Knorr side dishes, I'm not a fan. I do try and stay away from processed foods (even when in binge mode) i just love whole wheat pasta way more.

I'm a huge fan of asparagus too, and yes the pee is a real thing haha!
I had asparagus with dinner last night even..Yummeh!

I am not a fan of avocados either. I'm a big texture person, like the taste, hate the texture.But, my honey and I make fresh guacamole, and i will eat that in bits on sandwiches sometimes. Still don't love it though LOL , i think it's also the color that turns me off. But if I close my eyes and take a bit, i love the flavor.

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Back to the Knorr rice/pasta dishes...oh wait...I know...KD=Kraft Dinner??? Right Canadian??? LOL! I am one of the few people on the planet that absolutely does NOT like boxed mac & cheese. ICK!!!

I LOVE asparagus & I am one of the small percentage of folks who get asparagus pee. Yup, you heard it here. Within I would say 30 minutes of eating asparagus, if I go to the bathroom...my output smells EXACTLY like asparagus. Google it...it's a thing!!! I don't really like vinegar on ANYTHING except occasionally a red wine vinegar as salad dressing. I like asparagus roasted or baked or sautéed in a pan. They have to still be tender crisp. I like olive oil & garlic & or lemon as conspiratorial flavors.

I have the weird avocado thing with the texture so I would probably NOT like this sammy/wrap. I also like the whole darn egg not just the white. And cooked tomatoes aren't high up on my list.

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Knorr Sidekicks -- yes, rice or noodle packages. I only have some when I'm desperate for pasta, because it ain't all that great. It certainly isn't KD. :-D

What's your favorite kind of lettuce/dark leafy green?
Romaine and spinach, but spinach is defintely a mood thing.

Poms: I like them, but it feels weird to eat the little bulbs that they are. Oh, and you don't wanna know how yummy vanilla liquor-soaked pom arils taste over vanilla frozen yogurt. SSSHHHH! :-D

Asparagus: I'm still trying to learn to like it. My Wife made some for us over a year ago, and I had 3 head spears. It was ok. My Wife said they taste better in vinegar -- meh, not so much.

Avocado, tomato and egg white omelette wrap? (one of the local food shops makes this, and I LOVE them. The only thing I'd change is making it with a whole wheat wrap. No butter, no added fat, just S&P. Chomp & chew.)

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7/26/16 12:03 P

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LOVE pomegranates! Soooo swallow :)

How about asparagus ?

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7/23/16 10:59 A

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Pomegranites

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Are Knorr Sidekicks like the rice dishes?

I do like those, but I'm working on eating less processed food. I want to learn to someday make something that tastes as good as packaged but from scratch. Mr Man always THOUGHT he did that, but his flavor palate and mine were VERY different. So he would think something was the bees knees & I was ready to throw up. I'm a mild-medium heat person & famous last words at my house are..."It's not that hot Mo..."

What's your favorite kind of lettuce/dark leafy green? Don't make me list them all...
Romaine? Iceburg? Green Leaf? Red leaf? Spinach? Kale? Mustard greens? Collards? Turnip greens? Or any other that might be your face...

I like spring mix. And when the mood hits I like the bite & flavor of arugula.

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7/18/16 7:58 P

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Right. Slow cooker did that part. Crisping fat layer on top becomes a place for flavour overload, so you can have a bit with every bite. I have a hard time not thinking of mashed potatoes when served ham.

Kiwi is swallow.

Knorr Sidekicks - list flavours.

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I have baked many a ham. Never roasted one I don't think. Roasting would indicate low heat & very slowly, correct?

Kiwi Fruit?

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7/15/16 2:10 P

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When we buy a ham, it usually has a knuckle bone in the centre. Some hams are pre-cooked, while others are raw. All hams must be cooked, but the pre-cooked ones only require some reheating. We had a raw ham that we roasted first in the slow cooker until it was done, then put it fat-side up in a pan in the oven to crisp up the fat side. And add blended brown sugar and mustard to the top after scoring the fat to give it that extra little touch.

Have you ever baked/roasted a ham?

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JO...I like ham. What do you mean roasted tho?

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Lentils are a swallow, but they have to be prepared just right.

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Radishes are a spit!!!

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Freezer jam means it's not heated up at all, and it's stored in the freezer rather than the shelf. I have never seen a commercial brand of freezer jam. Local strawberries are in season for barely 3 weeks, and the strawberry freezer jam is my favourite. I've had raspberry freezer jam and it's good, but it doesn't taste quite right with blueberries.

Grapefruit: BLECH! Yuck! Ptooey! (it might be a spit) emoticon

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Never heard of homemade freezer jam but pretty much all jellies & jams are yummy to me (except for grape) so I would say swallow.

Grapefruit.

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Ok, so I had to look up the pork thing. This is the best explanation I've found:

"The white and dark meat cuts you are thinking of are where the pork chop "Center cut" ends and closer to the rear of the pig. Similar to a cow T-bone steak is half new york strip and half tenderloin.
The tenderloin on a pig is darker than the rib chop section but technically there is no "dark meat" on a pig.
If you want to think like Alton Brown, the further you are from the head and the hooves the lighter the meat but there is no classification difference by color."

So, the darker meat on a pig, the tenderloin, is what I mean. *hint: it has wonderful marbled fat rippling through it*

Pineapple in recipes: Swallow it in baked goods and pizza and pork anything. Haven't had the chance to try the salsas or chutneys, but we're planning on making some salsa ourselves soon.

Spit or Swallow: Homemade Freezer Jam (usually with pectin by Bernardin or Club House)

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I'm t-totally confused by this question. I like pork chops. I like pork loin. I like bacon & sausage & ham. Not overly fond of scrapple or spam. LOL!

Pineapple. Used in recipes tho. Like a chutney or a salsa.

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White cuts of pork (vs. darker fattier cuts of pork)

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If caraway seeds are the seeds in rye bread they are totally a swallow. I always assumed those were rye seeds.

I don't like anchovies or anchovy paste but I like a good Caesar dressing which should have anchovies! emoticon

I've never had kim-chee & don't know that I ever will. Kombucha isn't bad provided you KNOW what it is & don't think you've grabbed a bottle of water. LOLOLOLOL!!!

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Apple-flavoured granola bars - swallow (Quaker sells them in Canada, not sure about the US.)

Cottage cheese - swallow, but if it's fresh, it's a mood thing. (I've had cottage cheese on pizza, after I drained it for a day. Not bad at all.)

Kombucha - never had it, and didn't know what it was till I googled it. (It's ok, it's a safe google, even for the kids. :-P)

Kim-chee - haven't had that either

Anise...licorice...fennel - I've tried all 3, and to me, they taste very similar. I don't like black licorice or the real thing, so it doesn't go in my food.

Caraway seeds - I can't stand them in cabbage rolls, but they're not so bad in rye bread, though I will pick 'em off if I see 'em.

Anchovies or anchovy paste

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5/29/16 8:33 A

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Anise: Swallow...I love the flavor

Caraway? You know the yuckie seeds in Rye bread.


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OK...so I don't even know what made me think of this...

Anise...licorice...fennel?

So I'm a butt head here. I've never even TRIED fennel. But I like licorice.

And nope...never tried anise either. emoticon

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JO...you crack me up!!! ALWAYS!!!

I suppose an apple flavored granola bar would be a swallow...don't think I've ever had one.

Cottage cheese is a swallow. I'm really enjoying the "Cottage doubles" which is cottage cheese with a fruit topping. The strawberry (& I LOVE strawberries) was GROSS. So I had to eat the CC part & throw the strawberry stuff away. My favorite seems to be the pineapple. There's a TON of protein in cottage cheese & I need more protein in my diet so it helps.

Kombucha or any of the other fun fermented stuff that is HIP right now? Kim-chee?

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I love okra except pickled.
I eat corn on the cob.
Whole wheat tortillas - swallow
tuna - Im with Jo, yuck!
Turmeric - never had it
Beef liver - spit
Pinto beans - swallow
Apple granola bar - i have never had but it sounds good
Cottage cheese - spit

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Apple flavored Granola Bars: Probably swallow, not sure I have ever had one.

Cottage Cheese?

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What do I put with tuna? Nothing, since the cats eat tuna and I don't (SPIT)

Tumeric - swallow but not generously. I didn't know about the anti-inflammatory properties!

Liver - gag -- only once have I ever enjoyed it, and I can't reproduce that recipe, try as I might.

Pinto beans - swallow


Apple-flavoured granola bars?

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Liver is a spit.

I haven't figured out how to get over the yellow...but I totally SHOULD be eating turmeric on everything to reduce my body's inflammation.

Pinto Beans are a swallow, but I do not have the bean love in general.

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Liver is a swallow, but only if I cook it.

Tumeric is a swallow

Okra is a no go. I live in the south and all but I have never found a way I like okra so definitely a spit.

Corn is alright, but I try to get it from the farmer's market where they sell non-GMO corn. We don't eat a lot anyway.

Celery is a love especially with pimento cheese or peanut butter but it is great plain too. I just strip the back and get the stings off before I eat it. Swallow.

I'm okay with whole wheat things for the most part. I prefer wheat over white. Though I have a friend that tries to get me to not eat wheat.

So what about pinto beans?


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my tuna: I put Tuna/celery/pickles or relish/and onions. Yummers

Turmeric: Swallow..

How about: beef liver

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Nothing wrong with whole wheat pitas or tortillas. Swallow.

I need to find a whole wheat breasd that I like tho.

What do you put in tuna fish if you don't like celery????

Turmeric?

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Celery -- Not a willing swallow, but I will eat it. Braces as a teenager and celery "string" still haunts me today. :-P

Okra - I'm not from Maine (just east of it, though), and I haven't the foggiest idea if it's a spit or swallow.

Corn - Swallow but not like I used to. I've been working towards eliminating foods containing corn (syrup, flour, oil), so things like tortillas and pitas are only brought home if I can find them in whole wheat instead.


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Celery is a swallow for sure.

Okra...what does a girl from Maine know about okra??? emoticon

Okra can be slimy & gross but it can also be very tasty. And they've made a snack thing of okra too. How do I explain? You know you see "vegie straws" and "crisp fried greenbeans" in the grocery store? They have the same sort of thing with okra. I don't know if they dehydrate them or flash fry them or what...but they are more like a crisp than anything else & those are pretty tasty.

Radish is a SPIT!

For those of us who have been brainwashed...CORN?

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Celery~ Swallow


How about Okra?

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Frog legs - spit!
Multigrain bread - swallow!
Beets & Radish - spit
Onions - only fried and cooked in things so small I cannot see them!
Sweet potatoes - swallow!

What about Celery -spit for me.

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Sweet Potatoes -- Swallow!! They're a little high on the glycemic index, but I prefer their flavour to regular potatoes (which I find have no flavour at all).

Onions - prefer raw but not the accompanying heartburn, carmelized are my favourite.

I've seen beets boiled in water and served as a side for a meal. The only way to get the dirt taste off them is to really scrub them, but then you lose the nutritional value of the skin. It stains EVERYTHING, even a stainless steel pot. One fellow I know has boiled beets then mashes them to nearly liquid, then mixes that into his potatoes. He's a Newfoundlander, if that explains anything at all. :-D

Radish

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This is a good one Jo. When someone says beets to me...I assume they mean pickled beets like you see on salad bars & whatever. Those to me are a swallow. However...if you mean a beet that has been picked from the ground & cooked in some kind of way...I'm actually not sure. I've had too too many people tell me they taste like dirt. I'm not a fan of dirt...

Onions...COOKED only. But if you were to forget & put a raw onion ON my burger...I actually like the flavor, but I will pick the onion off. Otherwise...PLEASE chop mine up nice & finely. (Do you hear me Chinese restaurants???)

How about one of my favorites...sweet potatoes!!!

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Beets - spit. I just can't do the flavour, it's just not yummy to me. Many in my family think I'm crazy. :-P

Onions -- raw or cooked, minced to hide them or big chunks to really taste them.

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Multigrain Bread - Swallow

How about Beets

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Multigrain bread is a swallow...but I'm not talking about that crazy Ezekial stuff. At least not yet. Hahahahahahahahaha!!!!

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Frogs legs -- I tried them a long time ago, and was freaked out by what it was, but I can't recall if I liked it. Swallow to taste.

Instead of offering the sweet treats made with sugar, sugar, bad fats, and more sugar, I'm going to try focusing on healthier foods.

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A Boston Cream donut is not my favorite. I wouldn't spit it out, but there are so many others I would rather have.

FROGS LEGS...I have never had them so I would have to try them. Swallow. And yes, I would be totally creeped out the entire time!!! emoticon

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So, I think the last one was the Boston Cream Donut?

Totally SWALLOW...it's my favorite one.

How about

FROGS LEGS

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I have never had a Boston Cream Donut, sounds yummy though. I have had Boston Cream Cake and it is delish!

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Jicama - meh... in a cold salad, but that's about it.
Crawfish - never had 'em, but if they're anything like shrimp, it would be a swallow.
Gum - I can't chew gum as a rule, because it aggravates the TMJ, and I love to pop bubbles. Mine hasn't been diagnosed, but it runs in the family. I only chew gum if I've got bad breath and I'm meeting someone. Bad breath for me usually means I haven't had enough water today.
Summer foods - berries, like the ones I expect to harvest in the back yard, including wild raspberries. And anything we grow in the garden, which means I'll learn to like cukes right out of the garden.
Pickles - swallow, generally. My faves are Lady Ashburn and Bread & Butter.

Boston cream cake/donuts?

I like 'em, especially donuts, but I tend not to buy them often, they're so messy. And Tim Horton's makes some of the best BCD's around.

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I love dill pickles and homemade (by my mamaw) sweet pickles!!! I do not like bread and butter pickles. Sorry Mo. They taste funny...lol!

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PICKLES!!! I'm sure this will "spark" all sorts of fun debate. I know there are pickle lovers (normal folks) and pickle haters(WHAT???) But what is your favorite KIND of pickle?

I love a good homemade pickle...but some people over-estimate their own talents. LOL!

And I LOVE bread & butter pickles. My hands down favorite!

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Favorite summer food are pretty much all fresh picked veggies--they taste so much better. Mo's and Ginger's favs are top of the list especially just off the vine tomatoes still warm from the sun. I have 3 tomato plants from Home Depot that I haven't had time to plant in the garden yet. good intentions, but I haven't even finished cleaning out the garden yet this year.

Mo, I'm sorry to hear about the reactions that you get with sugar substitutes. Bad headaches are not worth it.

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Never tried jicama.

Shrimp yum yum.

I live in Mississippi so for me crawfish is a must!!!! I love it!!

Favorite summer food... blueberries, tomatoes, and cucumbers!!!

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I've never had jicama...have never had an interest...so no opinion.

I've also never had crawfish...but can't imagine I would NOT like them.

When did we talk about artificial sweeteners? I don't remember that & didn't go searching for it either. I can't do them. Not even in gum or mints. They give me a really crappy headache. So if for any reason I would ever have to give up sugar...there would be no "substitute treats". Or there would be a lot of Tylenol. Why can't you chew regular gum Jo? No judgment...just true curiosity...

Hmmmm...um...favorite SUMMER food...

Mine is a tie between strawberries & real, fresh, ripe tomatoes!!!

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Jimica spit
Shrimp (I'm not a big seafood fan so I'm picky) is swallow depending on how prepared.
Mo - I know I'm not, but I make myself eat some cold water from time to time since it's so healthy

When I lived in Louisiana crawfish were real popular - anyone here try them?

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Sweetener/fake sugar candies -- I gave up fake sugar & substitutes because it wasn't doing me any favours. However, Russell Stover chocolates and I think it's WW candies are edible, and any gum I buy now usually has aspartame or sucralose with the sugar -- can't do stuff like Hubba Bubba anymore.

Types of grains eaten -- I can't think of any I don't eat. Flour isn't just made from wheat, and I like experimenting with new grains. Y'know, carbs & all :-P Corn, if considered a source of flour, is something I'm trying to cut out from my diet, since I can get all the nutrients that corn provides in other foods.

Cauliflower Rice -- I haven't seen it in the stores up here yet, but I would try it once to see what it tastes like.

Tamales -- I think I've had it once, and I think I liked it.

Nachos -- Gobble. I like that word better than shovel in.

East Indian food -- Naan bread is about it. I lived on the west coast of Canada for a few years, and I learned I really disliked the way their food is prepared & seasoned. I feel heartburn just thinking about it.

Steak - Let me just stab that hunk of beef with my fork and get that out of your way. :-D It's not all the time, I'm not the meatatarian in the family, but beef steak is right up there on the YUM scale.

Clams, Lobster & Shrimp -- all must be cooked before I will look at them at all. Lobster used to be "poor kid's lunch" when my parents were growing up, it was that abundant. I much prefer my lobster steamed/boiled with a bowl of hot garlic butter on the side -- and I don't waste the flavour of lobster on butter. Shrimp is ok, but I have a limit to how much I can eat in a sitting. Lobster, there is no limit since it takes nearly an hour to eat 3. Clams I will eat in a chowder or deep fried, but only if they don't turn out rubbery. Blech on rubbery shellfish!

While in Mexico, I made it a point to try new foods. This is one of them:

Jicama

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Lobster is totally a swallow for me. YUMYUMYUM!!!

Clams in clam chowder or (GASP!) fried are yummy...beyond that I don't LOVE them.

I know we don't have fish lovers here.

How about SHRIMP???

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Love clams! Clam chowder, stuffed clams, etc. Swallow on that one!

Not a fan of lobster though so spit on that one!

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I like lobster with or without butter!

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Beef lover here! Love, love, love it.

Clams, swallow

How about lobster? Swallow only if drenched in butter and then I think its the butter flavor I like.

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I love tamales and nachos!!! I am a fan of Mexican food!

I do like curry that is not hot, but other than that I can't eat real spicy food so spit!

I love steak!!

What about clams? (spit for me)

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Indian food is a new adventure for me. I can't eat hot food so mostly I've eatten Naan bread and that was awesome. I want to try a curry that is not hot one day.
Steak...I love it rare and a nice thick steak! Yum!

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FFF...yes, I meant Indian food as in from India. emoticon

I'll be honest & admit that I did I hadn't even thought of Native Americans having their own cuisine. Thank you for helping me be more culturally sensitive!!!

Steak...do we have some beef lovers here?

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I moved to the Southwest so when I read 'Indian food' I immediately thought of Indian fry bread, Indian tacos, etc..drool swallow. All of the Native American Indian foods I've eaten so far has been swallow followed by wanting more. I do a mean Oliver Twist imitation with an empty bowl. Ditto on the Mexican and TexMex food. DH has learned how to make tamales (the food in the corn husk) and they are addictive.

But, Mo, I think that you meant Indian as in food of India?
I do love curried chicken if they're not too hot. So they are a swallow. Everything else is spit.





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Oh there is NO Mexican food that is a spit. OMG!!! I haven't had a GOOD tamale in literally years tho. The kind inside the corn husk. Oh yummmmmmmmmmmm just thinking about it. Nachos are totally a swallow even without meat.

OK...here is a total spit for me...INDIAN FOOD...

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I don't think I could convince myself that cauliflower was rice, but it sounds interesting

So how about tamales?

For me most 'mexican' food is a spit, but tamales and nachos are a definite swallow. (though it depends on the type of meat used)

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Oh wow...I could have sworn they had black beans in them. Was I hallucinating. LMAO!!! Too funny. You know about my bean aversion, right? LOL!

OK...what kinds of grains DO you ladies eat? Is anyone substituting what is being called "cauliflower rice"? You can buy it at Target & that's what it is called. What it IS...is cauliflower that has been chopped or food processored or otherwise manipulated to resemble rice. So if you make a stir fry...you put it over cauliflower rice...or you can make Fried Cauliflower Rice...you get the idea...



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