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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Your food looks so yummy

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    Wow great results. Where can you find recipes or meal plans etc for clean eating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    Your food looks so yummy
    It is sooo yummy!!! That's why I find it easy to stick to. Natural Greek yoghurt is my new best friend - along with all the yummy fresh produce. I'm starting to get hooked on fresh raspberries. It's a shame they are so expensive!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mishh View Post
    Wow great results. Where can you find recipes or meal plans etc for clean eating?
    I'm not too sure. You could probably google it. At this stage I've just made up my own recipes.

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    I would LOVE to do this as I think it would clear up my eczema and shed some unwanted kilos..

    My DF wouldn't however, do you have to cook other food aswell, is it expensive to do both? Do you find clean eating expensive in general?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MZmama View Post
    I would LOVE to do this as I think it would clear up my eczema and shed some unwanted kilos..

    My DF wouldn't however, do you have to cook other food aswell, is it expensive to do both? Do you find clean eating expensive in general?
    Yeah I still have to cook for my boys because they won't eat this way all the time. I'm single though so no other adults. I don't find it expensive at all. I always eat up my fresh food and every single week whatever veg I have left on grocery day I chuck straight into a big saucepan add some stock and cook it up to make a pureed veg soup. So I never have any wastage at all. Then I also have delicious soups that always taste a bit different in the freezer for a quick meal when I need it.
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    you look fantastic (you both do) and your food wow anything that pretty has to be good and yummy for you. Well done!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Yeah I still have to cook for my boys because they won't eat this way. I'm single though so no other adults. I don't find it expensive at all. I always eat up my fresh food and every single week whatever veg I have left on grocery day I chuck straight into a big saucepan add some stock and cook it up to make a pureed veg soup. So I never have any wastage at all. Then I also have delicious soups that always taste a bit different in the freezer for a quick meal when I need it.
    Crashing sorry - but what a great idea thumbs up !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Yeah I still have to cook for my boys because they won't eat this way. I'm single though so no other adults. I don't find it expensive at all. I always eat up my fresh food and every single week whatever veg I have left on grocery day I chuck straight into a big saucepan add some stock and cook it up to make a pureed veg soup. So I never have any wastage at all. Then I also have delicious soups that always taste a bit different in the freezer for a quick meal when I need it.
    I'm feeling inspired! Grocery day tommorow, I'll see how I go. My weakness is baking with the kids, so might look into healthier things!

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    google "paleo" recipies!!!

    i have lost 19kg on paleo and crossfit.


 

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