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Old Sat, Aug-25-01, 16:09
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Plan: Dr. Atkins
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Thanks for answering,but if you are not certain I would rather you let someone answer who is.In the past you have made vague attempts at answering and it's just not very helpful-but I do appreciate your consideration-don't take it personal O.K?

Joyce
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Old Sat, Aug-25-01, 17:08
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Plan: Atkins(minus fiber)
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well joyce, thanks for ur honesty, and don't worry, rarely do i take things personally. i am sure someone else will answer ur question.
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Old Sun, Aug-26-01, 12:48
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Plan: Atkins
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Location: UK - South East
Smile Well Done Bluu

U were right Bluu. I Love your attitude. So positive and bubbly.

Joyce: I wasn't sure myself as I don't eat pork often. But decided to find out. This is part of Karen's response to a similar query raised by another member elsewhere in the Forum.

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Karen: . Pork rinds are also called pork scratchings. It is the skin which is dried and fried into crackling crispness.


Karen is our chief resident Chef and Senior Moderator ... and my Guru LOL.

Take care.
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Old Tue, Aug-28-01, 03:33
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Plan: Carbwiser
Stats: 290.8/247/203 Male 6ft
BF:Plenty
Progress: 50%
Location: Nr Watford UK
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Hi Andy...

Just a quickie to let you know that I'm back from my hol's (browner but not quite as slim ).

I've found a supply of Scratchings at one of the butchers at Watford Market.

Sorry to hear you can't make Fiona's little get together, maybe next time..

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Old Tue, Aug-28-01, 18:53
Andy Davies Andy Davies is offline
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Plan: My own (based on a compil
Stats: 333/260/224 Male 73 ins
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Welcome back, Ken.

Now is the time to get back into good habits, and lose the recent gains, before they take hold. A week or two of strict diet, perhaps...?
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Old Wed, Aug-29-01, 01:38
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Plan: Carbwiser
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Progress: 50%
Location: Nr Watford UK
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Andy,

I started back on 'Atkins Induction' at the weekend (only for one week) to kick start the diet again. Things seem to be getting back on track (7lbs lost since Saturday). Thanks for the support.
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Old Wed, Aug-29-01, 12:24
Andy Davies Andy Davies is offline
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Hi Ken,

Great news!

Glad you finally found the scratchings, too.

Yes, a pity about the get-together, but another chance will come along in time.

Nothing more to say, except "keep up the good work" (with the diet, that is of course).

Best wishes.
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