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What's a food you're currently obsessed with?

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  • GazelleLadyGazelleLady Member Posts: 72 Member Member Posts: 72 Member
    Premier protein shakes. I crave them after a workout. They must put something addictive in them, lol
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,383 Member Member Posts: 9,383 Member
    Premier protein shakes. I crave them after a workout. They must put something addictive in them, lol

    I have some just sitting in my cupboard. Got a few of them (freebie) but I haven't tried cause the ingredients don't jive with what I'd want to consume...
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 104 Member Member Posts: 104 Member
    I have had strawberries with dark chocolate hummus every night for the past 3 weeks. Sometimes I add in some coconut milk whipped cream.

    I've never even heard of that yummy sounding flavor hummus! I looked online, and it seems to be double the calories of regular hummus (340 cal/2 oz for chocolate vs 170 cal/2.5 oz for plain hummus, so that will be a treat that I look forward to once I have a bit more weight loss. It sounds goooooood.
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 104 Member Member Posts: 104 Member
    Premier protein shakes. I crave them after a workout. They must put something addictive in them, lol

    I finally found a protein drink (mix) that I can tolerate the texture and taste, and as time has gone by, I've grown to actually like it. I get it at Costco, Orgain Organic Protein mix (I choose the chocolate flavored). I mix one scoop with 1/2 cup water and 1/2 cup unsweetened soy milk.
  • AthijadeAthijade Member Posts: 2,486 Member Member Posts: 2,486 Member
    All the things I am having to now restrict due to my chronic medical junk acting up and causing increases in my pain levels.

    Strawberries
    Tomatoes
    Yogurt
    Soda
    Curry
    Hot sauce

    There is more but those are the cravings I am having that I can't fulfill.
  • brightsideofpinkbrightsideofpink Member Posts: 1,016 Member Member Posts: 1,016 Member
    I have had strawberries with dark chocolate hummus every night for the past 3 weeks. Sometimes I add in some coconut milk whipped cream.

    I've never even heard of that yummy sounding flavor hummus! I looked online, and it seems to be double the calories of regular hummus (340 cal/2 oz for chocolate vs 170 cal/2.5 oz for plain hummus, so that will be a treat that I look forward to once I have a bit more weight loss. It sounds goooooood.

    I buy Tribe. A serving is 60 calories for 33 g. A double serving at 66 g is actually really satisfying and filling for only 120 calories, especially if you put it on fruit rather than eat by the spoonful. It tastes like brownie batter. Give it a go!
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,538 Member Member Posts: 1,538 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    Kid meat. It is milder and leaner than lamb. It's more expensive though, as goats need to be weaned later than lambs so they more expensive to raise. The billy's used to be slaughtered at birth because they were seen as a waste product of the goat cheese industry so it's nice to see some farmers raising the billy's for meat. We had roast kid goat racks tonight.
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    You may want to read this

    https://www.treehugger.com/whats-wrong-with-veal-127519
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,383 Member Member Posts: 9,383 Member
    I'm currently 'obsessing' over scrambling or stir frying Firm tofu with lots of cumin and tumeric/smoked paprika/blk. pepper/onions....lots of spice w/ assorted veggies/mushrooms....yum yum
  • moonbeams896moonbeams896 Member Posts: 98 Member Member Posts: 98 Member
    edamame! I buy them as frozen bags, defrost one a week and that's my lunch. VERY filling, low calorie and so yummy!
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,383 Member Member Posts: 9,383 Member
    edamame! I buy them as frozen bags, defrost one a week and that's my lunch. VERY filling, low calorie and so yummy!

    Another thing I'm also 'obsessing' over...I think I've had these everyday now for weeks 🤣🤣 They make great little snacks!
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,538 Member Member Posts: 1,538 Member
    lemurcat2 wrote: »
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    acpgee wrote: »
    Kid meat. It is milder and leaner than lamb. It's more expensive though, as goats need to be weaned later than lambs so they more expensive to raise. The billy's used to be slaughtered at birth because they were seen as a waste product of the goat cheese industry so it's nice to see some farmers raising the billy's for meat. We had roast kid goat racks tonight.
    jqe9i5hg3c7d.jpg

    You may want to read this

    https://www.treehugger.com/whats-wrong-with-veal-127519

    Kid isn't veal. It's young goat. The argument against humane (non crate) veal seems to be "it's not vegan," also.

    True, it was in my heart to had to share regardless. I am not trying to be preachy or against anyone or anything. I have just recently been doing a lot of research and nutritional education and happened to discover so much in the past few years that it devastates me what we are doing to the earth!
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,538 Member Member Posts: 1,538 Member
    Quinoa and red rice cakes with peanut butter and preserves
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 6,527 Member Member Posts: 6,527 Member
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 104 Member Member Posts: 104 Member
    Weirdly, I hate Stevia because it tastes so strong! Most people seem to like it just fine. I can taste it in some prepared drinks and foods that other people I ask, they don't even taste it at all. Go figure.

  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 104 Member Member Posts: 104 Member
    My current obsession.... I don't even have one today! So, I just ate some (healthy recipe) left overs, and was done for the day. Perhaps I'll consider Celestial Season Cinnamon Apple Spice herbal tea as my obsession, I've been drinking it as ice tea all day, and will make a cup of hot tea before bedtime.
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 6,527 Member Member Posts: 6,527 Member
    Weirdly, I hate Stevia because it tastes so strong! Most people seem to like it just fine. I can taste it in some prepared drinks and foods that other people I ask, they don't even taste it at all. Go figure.

    Stevia is definitely an acquired taste. I actually love the bite/bitterness of it. I hate sucralose and other sweeteners because they don't have that flavor lol.
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,538 Member Member Posts: 1,538 Member
    Coconut wraps, Cashew queso dips, zucchini covered in nutritional yeast, herbs then baked and spagetti squash !
  • lemurcat2lemurcat2 Member Posts: 7,201 Member Member Posts: 7,201 Member
    Beets. Was also very excited to get rhubarb at the farmer's market.
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