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    Rachel Fiske
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    Thank you so much for sharing, Maureen! What great ideas…makes me hungry 🙂 One of my favorite organic, nitrate free turkey breast options is the Applegate Organics brand.

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    Judalon Smyth
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    What are Sumos?

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    Jessica Romeo
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    Maureen these are fantastic!! What a great list, I need to find some of that salmon jerky, sounds delicious!

    Keep up the great work

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    Jessica Romeo
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    Judalon, I found this link for you that describes what Sumos are (not the wrestlers LOL) They are kind of like a cross between and orange and clementine, easier to peel than an oragne, but bigger in size than an clementine. Full of vitamin C and super delicious! More than likely you have seen them before 🙂 http://www.sumocitrus.com/sumo_description.aspx

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    Judalon Smyth
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    I also love avocado on Ak-Mak cracker with a pinch of salt and cayenne pepper. But that means I can’t have any other fat for the day, because it’s all used up with the avocado.

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    Jessica Romeo
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    That sounds good Judalon…but I must ask what is an ak-mak cracker? sounds interesting.

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    Brad Goudie
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    Julia, tried your jalapeño hard boiled eggs today. Great recipe will do again. Thanks for sharing

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    Judalon Smyth
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    Trader Joes sells a salmon jerky.

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    Judalon Smyth
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    Thanks Jessica, I’m going to look for them to give a try.

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    Judalon Smyth
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    Ak-Mak is the brand, you can get them in any store and they are on the PS1000 approved list for breadstick or crackers. Trader Joes has the best price. I believe they are whole wheat so people with gluten issues need to read the product details… I’m out now or would give more box information. Very plain like Wasa Crackers.

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    Jessica Romeo
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    It sounds like I need to get to Trader Joes it sounds like! Thanks Judalon!

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    Deborah Mitchell
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    I love cottage cheese and fruit, so that is usually my snack every mid-morning. I add stevia to the cottage cheese, and it ends up tasting like pudding! Love blueberries, apples, blackberries and sometimes red seedless grapes.

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    Ellen Rhyner
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    Thank everyone for the input. I am returning to Phase 1 for 21 days and am on day 3 – I want to lose about 10 pounds total after being in maintenance for about 8 months I found old habits creeping in and I went to the top of my goal range. These snack tips will really help me.

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    Brad Goudie
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    Hey LaDean, I saw the roasted chickpea recipe and it sounded great. I tried it and was pretty bland. Curious what other spices you use. Also do you roast until real crunchy? I got it where is was crisp on the outside but still soft inside and I didn’t care for it. Thought maybe I didn’t let them roast long enough. Thanks for sharing

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    Judalon Smyth
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    @Brad when I roast the chickpeas I roast them until they are crispy all the way through the bean. I also do different spices; I do one with just olive oil and sea salt…. I always use either olive oil or coconut oil for the oil coating. i love curry so use a bunch of curry and chile spices, cayenne really heats it up! I do a sweet one with coconut oil and cinnamon. Just experiment.

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