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Since surgery I crave Guacamole and fried green tomatoes and fried squash. The problem is I can only eat 1 slice and I am full and it's one of those things I want to gorge on!

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Since surgery I crave Guacamole and fried green tomatoes and fried squash. The problem is I can only eat 1 slice and I am full and it's one of those things I want to gorge on!

I slices of avocados or guacamole too lol ;) hehehe

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The carne asada is healthy. I eat that except limit the tortillas to one (two if they are the tiny street taco kind.

Avocados are healthy. I limit my avocado to 1/4 an avocado.

Fried green tomatoes not so much. I haven't had one in ages. Yum. My Great-Grandmother used to make those and fried mush and buckwheat cakes ...

I cannot ... scratch that. I do not want to give up diet soda. Six months and still have excellent restriction. I have too much sometimes LOL! I have one soda every 3 days or so.

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For me it's croutons...I eat these instead of crackers. I have to make a conscious effort to stop eating them before I start to feel full, otherwise it would be too late :wacko:

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I use to love carne asada and soda specially tacos, but now I can't eat them it looks like my sleeve doesn't not like meat or coke.... I have try but no luck...

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Glad I didn't have to give up my salsa & guacamole! Still my faves!!

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Black bean chips? ? Where can those be purchased?? My addiction is mini saltines n pretzels

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On the chip aisle?

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Pork rinds, only a few, no carbs but full of fat!!!

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