Shopping Fluff

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Shopping Fluff
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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 8:36am

1. Do you shop locally?

2. How much shopping do you do online?

3. Do you antique, thrift shop, or go to flea markets or yard sales?

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Registered: 02-20-2013
Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:37pm

pumpkinangel wrote:
<p><blockquote class="quote-msg quote-nest-1 odd"><div class="quote-author"><em class="placeholder">thardy2001</em> wrote:</div>&lt;p&gt;You might be able to find a version in Trader Joes or snack store.  I'm actually not a chip and cracker person. &lt;/p&gt;</blockquote></p><p>I'm a salty/savory over sweet type person....I find them and lots of othe types of chips in the local grocery store.  The stores that I go to have a really good selection of this type of product.  The organic/whole food section has grown over the years, lots of good choices.  </p>

If you're speaking of the local grocer I think you're speaking of (one that's been significantly busier than the other recently?)--their whole food section has been a life saver for me w/the FA thing. Saves me the trip to Whole Foods--the only thing I can't get there is Tofurky pizza. But I can buy their pizza dough in the refridgerated case & some Daiya cheese shreds and make it myself. So NBD. ;)

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:38pm

<<That doesn't sound like a person who doesn't eat for pleasure but someone who truly does not like eating. She is grossed out by the idea of eating. IMO, that is not a normal thing.>>

I don't know, I'm not sure I agree that it's not a normal thing but do you think the opposite could also not be a normal thing, always wanting to eat?

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:39pm

Tyrell's:                         Lays:

Protein-5.6                    1.5

Carbs-50                       14.0

Sugar-1.3                      

Fat-24.5                         9.5

Sat. Fat-2.8                    1.1

Fiber-5.2                         1.5

Sodium-less than 0.1      154

So I guess you mean you like them for the taste and not neccessarily for the nutrition

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:41pm

springfever2013 wrote:
<p>Tyrell's:                         Lays:</p><p>Protein-5.6                    1.5</p><p>Carbs-50                       14.0</p><p>Sugar-1.3                      </p><p>Fat-24.5                         9.5</p><p>Sat. Fat-2.8                    1.1</p><p>Fiber-5.2                         1.5</p><p>Sodium-less than 0.1      154</p><p>So I guess you mean you like them for the taste and not neccessarily for the nutrition</p>

WHO eats chips for the nutrition?

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:41pm

I don't order them from England, they are in the local grocery store.  They are yummy, try them if you see them some time.   

I will. Thanks :)

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:41pm

<<Oh, ok so you are going by taste and not actual Nutrition. Have you ever compared Lays to Tyrells?>>

Of course I'm going by taste and not actual nutrition, again they are potato chips, lol.  And yes, as I said in my post, I would rather have a Tyrells than a Lay's any old day, better quality equals better taste to me.  I can't think of any food where better quality ingredients and process of cooking doesn't equal a better product, can you?


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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:42pm
I don't think Lauren had said her feelings about the eating process has affected her life in any way. If her aversion actually led her to avoid eating to the point of un healthiness, then she might. But it doesn't. She eats normally. So why bring in a doctor?
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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:42pm

reginageorge2005 wrote:
<p><blockquote class="quote-msg quote-nest-1 odd"><div class="quote-author"><em class="placeholder">springfever2013</em> wrote:</div>&lt;p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"&gt;Eh, it's OK.  I love to cook but for the most part, if it weren't a necessity, I could do without actually eating.  &lt;/p&gt;&lt;p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"&gt;I think that people place too much importance on the enjoyment of food.  That's not what it's for.  &lt;/p&gt;&lt;p style="font-size:13px; text-align:left"&gt;&lt;strong&gt;Gotcha. You are only the second person I have ever met that has basically said "I eat to live". I realize what food is really for but I LIVE for food. lol. I work with people who are exactly the same as well as friends and family so I just find it unusual. I am sure it probably is not and many people feel this way. &lt;/strong&gt;&lt;/p&gt;</blockquote> </p><p>You can count me as the third. I frequently forget to eat when I'm home alone all day and particularly busy. It just isn't a priority. I live for my family. I live for my friends. I live for my faith. I do not live to eat. I eat to live. t Perhaps that is why I'm not fan of junk food. I really don't like the way it makes me feel.</p><p>Thardy--beautiful dress. I love the look of full-skirted dresses, but I just can't pull it off. The fabric totally overwhelms my frame. </p>

It's pretty, isn't it?  With spring and soon summer, there are so many kinds of dresses out there it's hard to buy just a few new ones. ;)

Oh, and I'm in the never skipped a meal club.  I'm pretty good at not eating between meals.  I've known people like you who forget to eat a meal and I just can't imagine that!

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:43pm

I don't know, I'm not sure I agree that it's not a normal thing but do you think the opposite could also not be a normal thing, always wanting to eat?

For growing kids yeah lol. I guess I should say that I don't "always wanting to eat" but I do look forward to what I am eating and I always want to hear what others have had to eat (especially if they go out to a function or whatever). 

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Thu, 04-18-2013 - 3:43pm

<<I don't really like chips, but occasionally DH comes home w/some artisanal vinegar and pepper chips that are delicious. But I can't tell you I've read the nutrition info on them. They're chips. They're crap nutritionally. I don't need to read the label to know that...>>

I love good salt and vinegar chips!  I would love to know the brand if you want to shoot me a pm on facebook if you remember the name?


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