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What Are You Eating Right Now?
12 September 2013
8.26pm
Hannah
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I've just had my dinner and you lot are making me hungry again with your soda bread and eggs talk! I had a Linda McCartney pie and chips and it was yummy! 

12 September 2013
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^ Aah, they're lovely, aren't they? It seems everything that comes from that McCartney family is just amazing! :D

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12 September 2013
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Yeah, my freezer is always well stocked with McCartney goodies. Have you tried the fake prawns? They're delicious, my boyfriend will even eat them and he loves the real thing! 

12 September 2013
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We live down the road from an apple farm, and they sell a lot of apple flavored homemade stuff, like apple butter, apple cider, etc. I tried their fried apple pie and WOW was it amazing. Their apple ice cream was heavenly, too. heart

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12 September 2013
9.26pm
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^ Fried apple pie? That sounds dangerous.

I'm from the midwest, so I like to melt sharp cheddar cheese on a slice. Heavenly.

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12 September 2013
9.42pm
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I haven't eating anything in a bit but I've just started a dairy-free "diet" to heal up my skin a bit (it's not bad I just constantly have a few spots around my chin which irritate me). You'd be amazed how much dairy is in food, bloody hell!. It also looks like I'm going to be losing a couple of pounds on this as well which isn't a bad thing. I'm 5 days in now and the cravings for milk (of all things) is going now, now that I've got Soy milk as a substitute, they said dairy is similar to opium addiction and they weren't kidding- now I've never been on opium but bloody hell some days I just want a glass of milk a-hard-days-night-paul-7

Oh and my skin is clearing up just in case anyone was going to ask a-hard-days-night-paul-8

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12 September 2013
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Maybe I should try that. I don't think I could live without dairy though I love cheese, eggs and milk. I hate soy milk, my mum drinks it and it tastes off! Do you like it AppleScruffJunior or do you have to force yourself to drink it? 

12 September 2013
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Hannah said
Maybe I should try that. I don't think I could live without dairy though I love cheese, eggs and milk. I hate soy milk, my mum drinks it and it tastes off! Do you like it AppleScruffJunior or do you have to force yourself to drink it? 

My mam (bless her) got me sweetened soy milk as I wouldn't be able to drink it without it being sweetened. If you live in Europe, they sell it in Lidl. But you can also try almond or coconut milk, there is also vegan alternatives for cheese and eggs are fine for eating (apparently)

Oh and you can also call me Katie, Appy or ASJ- my username is annoying to write out. Somebody else took Apple Scruff and then only posted like 17 times a-hard-days-night-john-7

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12 September 2013
10.17pm
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Thanks Katie! I've never tried the vegan eggs or cheese. I'm veggie and have been looking into veganism but I just don't think I can. What about when I go out for meals, I won't be able to eat anything! On the plus side, (as you said) I might drop a few pounds and that wouldn't be too bad!

Your no dairy thing must be working if your skin has cleared up. Mines pretty bad at the moment, I'm just trying to drink loads of water but it's not working! 

12 September 2013
10.28pm
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Here's a list of items that you can use instead of your dairy, trying to get your recommended calcium intake would probably be the hardest thing to do atm.

http://www.godairyfree.org/dai.....ubstitutes

I'm also hoping to become a vegetarian once I go to college and will be cooking for myself, I don't want my mam to have to make extra meals just because I refuse to eating something :) Along with your skin care, something that also is important to do is cleanse, tone and moisturize (I use sun cream instead if a moisturizer). Do that twice a day (in the mornings and evenings) and avoid your dairy and your skin should be great within 1-4 week period

Here's information about what dairy does to your skin

http://www.acnemilk.com/the_no....._acne_diet

 

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12 September 2013
10.52pm
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That's so kind of you Katie, thanks for all that. Sun cream? I might try that, does it work better than normal cleanser?

Being vegetarian is quite easy once you get used to it. I've been one for nearly 6 years now and although it was hard at first I wouldn't dream of going back to meat now. Stock up on lots of Quorn stuff, they do everything (even fish fingers!) So you don't have to go without. They do chicken fillets and small chicken pieces which you can coat in loads of seasoning and add to pasta and anything really, and it tastes pretty much like the real thing (less fatty though). Good luck! 

12 September 2013
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Well I use cleanser first, get a wet cotton pad and wipe the cleanser off, then put on toner and finally put on sun cream as my "protector" it's good at preventing thread veins and stops premature aging and protects against wind damage :)

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12 September 2013
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Hannah said

Yeah, my freezer is always well stocked with McCartney goodies. Have you tried the fake prawns? They're delicious, my boyfriend will even eat them and he loves the real thing! 

No, never tried them. Maybe I'll get some next time I go to the shops. I remember prawns as being quite chewy though, are they like that?

Katie, did a doctor advise you to give up dairy to help clear your spots? I've had them for years and I'm getting tired of them now, so I'm open to any possible solutions. I think I'm past the worst of it now but I want it to be something in my past already! I don't consume that much dairy as it is anyway so it should be quite easy to give up (except maybe the milk in tea and coffee - I drink a lot of both).

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12 September 2013
11.37pm
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They're not chewy but are really nice fried in butter and in a risotto. Or with fried eggs, veggie bacon and toast. God, I'm hungry! 

 

12 September 2013
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No I never went to a doctor for it, I literally have 3 spots on my chin that is all but once their gone another 3 pop up :/ My friend was advised by her doctor to give up dairy but it didn't work for her (granted she did it for about 4 days). The work I do (unfortunately) focuses A LOT on looks so if I ever want to do proper television work my skin has to be perfect paul-mccartney It's also a stressful time with my school work so my skin will probably only get worse and I get hormonal spots as well (life is great isn't it?). Both of my brothers had acne as well but theirs were much worse all over forehead, back etc. But I'll tell ya how it goes if ye want to know?

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12 September 2013
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Hannah said

They're not chewy but are really nice fried in butter and in a risotto. Or with fried eggs, veggie bacon and toast. God, I'm hungry! 

 

Risotto... Lovely. I'll be trying that :)
Katie, yes, let me know please. I use all sorts of creams and stuff which I get on prescription and herbal remedies, but I'm willing to try anything new. Hope it works for you.

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13 September 2013
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AppleScruffJunior said

Hannah said
Maybe I should try that. I don't think I could live without dairy though I love cheese, eggs and milk. I hate soy milk, my mum drinks it and it tastes off! Do you like it AppleScruffJunior or do you have to force yourself to drink it? 

My mam (bless her) got me sweetened soy milk as I wouldn't be able to drink it without it being sweetened. If you live in Europe, they sell it in Lidl. But you can also try almond or coconut milk, there is also vegan alternatives for cheese and eggs are fine for eating (apparently)

Oh and you can also call me Katie, Appy or ASJ- my username is annoying to write out. Somebody else took Apple Scruff and then only posted like 17 times a-hard-days-night-john-7

You should try almond milk. I've tried soy milk, but I just don't like it. It took me a little while to get used to almond milk because I just wasn't used to it, but now it's like my favorite. I used to drink A LOT of dairy milk, but now that stuff grosses me out. 

I want to become vegan, but it's just so hard. I think once I move out I'll go vegan. I already get vegan shampoo, toothpaste and that stuff, but the had part is the food. I did it for like a month a couple years ago, but not very well because pretty much the only thing I ate the whole time was mostacciolli. 

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13 September 2013
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A BLT with a bowl of vegetable soup on the side - quite yummy on a dreary rainy day.

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13 September 2013
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Zig said
A BLT with a bowl of vegetable soup on the side - quite yummy on a dreary rainy day.

Oh Zig! All our veggie talk and there's you scoffing bacon! (The vegetable soup sounds nice though, it's been raining cats and dogs in London all day!) 

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AppleScruffJunior said

Hannah said
Maybe I should try that. I don't think I could live without dairy though I love cheese, eggs and milk. I hate soy milk, my mum drinks it and it tastes off! Do you like it AppleScruffJunior or do you have to force yourself to drink it? 

My mam (bless her) got me sweetened soy milk as I wouldn't be able to drink it without it being sweetened. If you live in Europe, they sell it in Lidl. But you can also try almond or coconut milk, there is also vegan alternatives for cheese and eggs are fine for eating (apparently)

Oh and you can also call me Katie, Appy or ASJ- my username is annoying to write out. Somebody else took Apple Scruff and then only posted like 17 times a-hard-days-night-john-7

You should try almond milk. I've tried soy milk, but I just don't like it. It took me a little while to get used to almond milk because I just wasn't used to it, but now it's like my favorite. I used to drink A LOT of dairy milk, but now that stuff grosses me out. 

I want to become vegan, but it's just so hard. I think once I move out I'll go vegan. I already get vegan shampoo, toothpaste and that stuff, but the had part is the food. I did it for like a month a couple years ago, but not very well because pretty much the only thing I ate the whole time was mostacciolli. 

Forgive my ignorance, but what's mostacciolli unknown? 

13 September 2013
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It's a type of noodle. I don't eat spaghetti. 

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