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Old 04-17-2019, 12:40   #1
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What is it you might eat that one bite too many was 20 bites ago?

For me its mixed nuts.

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Pork rinds. I've taken to putting a portion of them in a dish because it's just too easy to keep reaching into the bag.

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Black Walnuts.


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What is it you might eat that one bite too many was 20 bites ago?

For me its mixed nuts.
I'm right there with you--salted mixed nuts. I prefer the kind with lots of pecans and few or no peanuts.

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peanuts

I've had to stop buying them, can't eat just a few.

peanut butter's the same. I only buy those small, individual serving packets by Justin that the healthfood stores carry - and only a couple at a time!!!

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For me it’s got to be Blue Diamond smoked almonds. Glad the can is small so I (try) to take an equally small portion. And chew very slowly.

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I could also eat way too many macadamia nuts, not that too many would be bad. I don't have the back pocket to afford the habit.

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Wasabi flavored almonds.

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I could also eat way too many macadamia nuts, not that too many would be bad. I don't have the back pocket to afford the habit.
Macadamia nuts for me. Always, eternally plus a day, macadamia nuts.

Thankfully Costco sells large bags of them, though they do go through periods of a couple to a few months at a time when they're not available. Then, I order a bag $$ online and make it last.

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