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Blog prompt - disliked foods

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

I generally ignore food I don't like. Life is too short and there are too many good healthy foods to force down something I don't like.

The exception for me is water, which I hate. As a dyed-in-the-wool Diet Pepsi fan it is hard to force down water but I am working on it!

Jean
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  • SLCB1023
    I am learning to drink just plain water again. I have in the past and can do so again .... I know I can, I know I can.

    I don't like and won't eat brussel sprouts, artichokes, liver. There are other foods that I will tolerate if covered up with enough sauce or cheese. LOL
    4248 days ago
  • AMBUDMAN
    When to comes to soda I don't like diet. Give me a straight Pepsi any day. I love my water and have no problem downing 8 oz or more at a time. I carry a 24 oz bottle of water with me everywhere I go.
    4248 days ago
  • no profile photo NANAJOYS
    Hello Jean,
    Years ago I was a diet coke fan....I gave it up and love my water! Do you like a slice of lemon in your water or some other fruit to help freshen the taste for you?
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    I love your daffodil, reminds me of my daughter Grace when she was about 4 yrs. old. She was mesmerized with the bouquet on the table and just had to kiss the daffodil.

    Linda
    4280 days ago
  • MARVEL-LOSS
    I know the diet pepsi feeling! I have almost cut it out, but on occasion...it still tastes good. I struggle with getting enough water, friends came up with suggestions like carry a bottle of water with you, or filling a half gallon jug and when it's gone your done. Nothing really changed for me- if I do a lot of exercise (sweat) then I get thirsty and drink it.

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    Have a great week. Keep trying,
    Mary
    4283 days ago
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