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Great job, Randy. Any noticeable effects?
4 weeks over-- final day! I made it with one lapse (Easter). Sugar-free for a month. Yes, I'm proud of my willpower. It became easier as I progressed, but the temptation and desire was always there. Now, watch me over-indulge while in Tuscany!
Daniel, you are given a time-out in the corner for that one!
Wow, it holds TWO tacos! A taco twoceritops!
Taco stuffing ingredients stay in place better in a soft shell but I much prefer the crunch of the hard shell. I'm happy to clean up any fallen debris with a fork...perhaps mixed in with the refried beans.
Just like our homosapien ancestors had when they lived alongside the dinosaurs six thousand years ago...
Prehistoric Triceratops Taco Holder
The year I went without eating sugar, salt, and a few other things, the salt was much harder to give-up than the sugar. I also didn't have much trouble giving-up carbohydrates the years I was on the Atkins diet.
However, I do love Ice Cream, and so far I haven't found any sugar-free.
The good news is that my Diabetes control teacher said I don't have to give-up anything, including sugar. I just have to control the portions and never eat Carbohydrates without fat &/or protein.
Randy, you did great! I am not so dedicated, although I've cut out the majority of added sugar.
Hope you have a great trip! I love Italy, places, food, atmosphere. Pompei, Naples, Florence, Rome.
Just used my cast iron to make pancakes. Topped with raspberries and peches. No sugar, no syrup. Fourth and final week w/o sugar. Think I'm gonna make it! Then off the wagon while in Italy.
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