What can I dip in to peanut butter if I am craving desert?

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(Bacon enough and time) #21

Next thing you know, you’ll be telling me you like okra, too. :scream:


#22

I ate okra once in Greece, it was nice. But nothing special unlike the irresistible pickled beetroot :heart_eyes:

(Though I resist almost anything at this point. I take carnivore-ish very seriously on some weeks :slight_smile: And I have been training myself since ages. I was a peanut addict but it didn’t mean I couldn’t stop at half a peanut. Not always but usually. I can stop at 0 too but it’s only ridiculously easy all the time on carnivore. And I still can smell the jar on carnivore :smiley: Nice smell.)


#23

The only vegetable that comes with its own glue!

No, its not something I could even buy out here in the country. You can get it in cities where they have a lot of Indian culture. I’ve tried it a few times but its a bit gross.


(Bacon enough and time) #24

When we visited some friends in Baton Rouge, I had to ask our host to make his jumbalaya without okra. I just couldn’t stomach it.


(Pete A) #25

It’s facing and confronting the craving… Why respond?


#26

Careful, you can get shot for that.


#27

Have lamb chops for dessert…that’s what I plan to replace my berries with.


#28

I’m partial to pickled beets.

Scares the s h i t out of ya the next day though!


#29

now that is one lip smacking good fat dessert :100: nothing like gnawing on a fine juicy chop to make life grand!


#30

Sounds like my kind of pudding! But what would you have for dinner?


#31

More lamb chops, but with an egg or two!


(Little Miss Scare-All) #32

I’d cook lamb more often but a) I barely cook anymore and b) cooking lamb makes the house stink for hours and I hate stagnant cooking smells.


#33

Why don’t you cook anymore, if you don’t mind me asking?

Lamb has a nice aroma, especially with correct herbs/seasoning; although yeah, I get what you mean…I’d have the extractor fan on full speed.


#34

Talking of lamb chops…picked some up earlier.

This is my upcoming ‘devouring horizon’:

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Chinese pork chops tonight…half price lol!


#35

Lambs’ liver tomorrow.


(Little Miss Scare-All) #36

I buy the healthy food, then get depressed and don’t give a ■■■■■ enough to cook it.


#37

So what do you eat?

I get low moods too friend…but I find cooking can help to combat that, especially if sharing the food; which for me, is usually with my dog, ha!


(Little Miss Scare-All) #38

Lately, fast food cheeseburger patties. I’m like lazy dirty keto on steroids. When I get depressed, I can’t be bothered to do mostly anything. So my energy goes towards workouts and cleaning. Once that zaps my emotional battery, cooking is not happening.


#39

Sorry to hear that.
I can’t really think what I would eat if I didn’t cook.
The thing I get annoyed about is that when I’m hungry, there is nothing I can eat unless I cook it.
Apart from left over cold meat, and maybe cheese, what else is there?


(Little Miss Scare-All) #40

Yeah it’s totally not ideal. When I’m out off depression I’m like a freakin chef. I cook very well. But depression is f’ing terrible lol. Such a thief of life.