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Originally posted by kevinunknown
It is fantastic that you are changing your life style like this. But what does this have to do with any conspiracy.
Also, you shouldn't keep left overs in your fridge more then 2 days. Make 2 portions, eat one, tupper wear the other. The next day make another dish and repeat. The day after that eat the left overs from 2 days before.
Originally posted by Mr. Tinkertrain
reply to post by sirnex
I wouldn't eat a 2 week old carrot, but go ahead. To clarify I was responding to him mentioning not wanting to eat 4 day old cooked left overs.
Read a little closer before jumping in the fray next time.
[edit on 17-7-2010 by Mr. Tinkertrain]
Fresh fruits and vegetables are more expensive, obviously.
They are less expensive and more plentiful in the summer months, so I tend to buy and eat more of them.
I eat other things too, of course, but it would be so great to have such a nice variety year round.
ETA: The avocados from Mexico are outstanding this year.
I agree, thats why I said I wouldn't eat anything older then 2 days.
I wouldn't eat a 2 week old carrot
Are you even reading these posts or just skimming them?
Yes you will spend more time going to the grocery store. With your new diet you will have to go to the store 2 or 3 times a week instead of twice a month.