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21 hours ago, BariKeto said:

Not gunna even try them.

Don't lose hope though, I eat air fried fish on a regular basis nowadays. I've had the real fried fish at local fundraiser fish fry's too, but they always leave me feeling ill. Once you are far enough out that you can handle air fried foods, I'm betting you will feel the same.

Good luck!

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Don't lose hope though, I eat air fried fish on a regular basis nowadays. I've had the real fried fish at local fundraiser fish fry's too, but they always leave me feeling ill. Once you are far enough out that you can handle air fried foods, I'm betting you will feel the same.
Good luck!
I appreciate you! You gave me a little hope!. Kinda been Regretting this whole thing! I would be able to do without fish and chips if I had too even though they are my fav cheat food but I just miss my spinach salads and tomatoes the most! I'm 45 pounds down but would give up some of those pounds for a salad right now!

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31 minutes ago, BariKeto said:

I appreciate you! You gave me a little hope!. Kinda been Regretting this whole thing! I would be able to do without fish and chips if I had too even though they are my fav cheat food but I just miss my spinach salads and tomatoes the most! I'm 45 pounds down but would give up some of those pounds for a salad right now!

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You should be able to go back to tomatoes and spinach salad at some point. I can handle those just fine.

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Green leafy vegetables will always pass through us like grease through a goose in my experience. However, the heartier the leaf the better it seems to be. Me personally, I'll spinach to something, but I cannot eat just a spinach salad without it going right through me. Kale, cabbage, and brussell sprouts are my go-to salad. Never lettuce. That's just worthless and tasteless.

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