• 04-12-2019
    Eretz
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    Originally Posted by Touch0Gray View Post
    Yes sir.... Acid based, never have been much for sweets or candy. I don't care much for bread either but can wolf down a pretty good pile of pasta.

    Easily Angel Hair, butter, salt and ground pepper and fresh ramono or grated aged parmesan cheese [eaten out of the pan with a fork and spoon twirling assitance into perfection] slowly. But this can last you 2 days.:cryin:

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  • 04-12-2019
    Eretz
    On the other chopstick 箸, can eat a VERY healthy dose and have been thrown out of restaurants with authentic chiefs eating this until a belly bloat. I can eat fresh tuna and couscous until its pushed out ones ears.


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  • 04-12-2019
    Akirasho
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    Originally Posted by Eretz View Post
    On the other chopstick 箸, can eat a VERY healthy dose and have been thrown out of restaurants with authentic chiefs eating this until a belly bloat. I can eat fresh tuna and couscous until its pushed out ones ears.


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  • 04-12-2019
    Eretz
    Back on topic
  • 04-12-2019
    bvber
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Touch0Gray View Post
    can wolf down a pretty good pile of pasta.

    Keep up with it. I love Italian food. There are tons of sauce recipes that will make you want to eat more pasta. Also, try rice.
  • 04-12-2019
    bvber
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  • 04-12-2019
    Akirasho
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  • 04-13-2019
    Touch0Gray
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Eretz View Post
    Easily Angel Hair, butter, salt and ground pepper and fresh ramono or grated aged parmesan cheese [eaten out of the pan with a fork and spoon twirling assitance into perfection] slowly. But this can last you 2 days.:cryin:

    Linguine is my preferred pasta. Don't know why shape makes a difference, but it does.

    Oh, and I don't eat raw fish or sea weed. I love fish, just not raw. I actually like my meals hot usually.
  • 04-13-2019
    Akirasho
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Touch0Gray View Post
    Linguine is my preferred pasta. Don't know why shape makes a difference, but it does.

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  • 04-13-2019
    Touch0Gray
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  • 04-13-2019
    bvber
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Touch0Gray View Post
    Linguine is my preferred pasta. Don't know why shape makes a difference, but it does.

    The shapes of pasta and reasons go back a long way. If you have time and inclination to get into it, there are long discussions on that subject.

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    I love fish, just not raw. I actually like my meals hot usually.
    Fish & chips. Potato is another carb source you can dig into for weight & carb loading (for long ride).
  • 04-13-2019
    velodog
    Quit eating healthy, the answer is FAST FOOD and GIANT SIZED SODA. All ya gotta do is spend some time in any Metropolis to see how well this advice works.

    Hell, you'll be tryin' to lose weight in no time.
  • 04-13-2019
    Touch0Gray
    Quote:

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    Quit eating healthy, the answer is FAST FOOD and GIANT SIZED SODA. All ya gotta do is spend some time in any Metropolis to see how well this advice works.

    Hell, you'll be tryin' to lose weight in no time.

    Thanks, the solution was staring me in the face all along. Just drinking soda would probably be enough. You know, I haven't had fast food in many years, many, many years.

    I don't have any issues running out of fuel on a long ride, I can pretty much ride all day.
  • 04-13-2019
    velodog
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    I don't have any issues running out of fuel on a long ride, I can pretty much ride all day.

    My fuel supply hinges on how well I dose my insulin, and this time of the year gives me fits. Ramping up the mileage in the spring makes a big difference the efficiency of my bodys use of insulin, which means my blood glucose levels are harder to manage than in the middle of winter or summer.

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  • 04-14-2019
    Touch0Gray
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    My fuel supply hinges on how well I dose my insulin, and this time of the year gives me fits. Ramping up the mileage in the spring makes a big difference the efficiency of my bodys use of insulin, which means my blood glucose levels are harder to manage than in the middle of winter or summer.

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    Ibtm to doping!!!