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Old 09-12-2019, 21:59   #41
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Salami rolls. Slices of salami rolled around a filling - could be cheese, baby spinach/kale. Today it was greens and mayo.

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Optimist Crackers and spinach/artichoke dip.

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Just had two handfuls of peanuts - I usually eat them when I'm running hungry. It's funny with less sunlight and colder temperatures my appetite always seems to increase.

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I'm snacking way too much. It's hard to stay on a schedule, and go three hours without nibbling on something. I wish I could get control of this.

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Just had two handfuls of peanuts - I usually eat them when I'm running hungry. It's funny with less sunlight and colder temperatures my appetite always seems to increase.
It went down to -15ºC with the windchill earlier this week. All I could think of was food...

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I've discovered 4505's pork rinds: jalapeno and cheddar. They are wonderful! Grew up in the South where pork rinds are king, and while I ate them sometimes, there was a limit to how much porky taste I could handle. A few (with low-carb onion dip) went a long way. Enter 4505.

Was at Whole Foods in Feb and saw a display of them. Got a bag and ... they were wonderful! They're light without the characteristic pork taste, at least it is extremely subtle, and tastes buttery/cheesy. You can tell I don't have food-reviewer language - another potential career bites the dust.

Anyway, bought a bunch at Netrition and they are now my occasional go-to salty/crunchy snack.

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I ate too much trail mix. It had many huge, sugar-laden raisins.

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