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  1. #1
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    Default What are YOU eating?

    As I sit here, looking through the COTH forum, I am eating a fresh-out-of-the-oven-from-a-box-brownie. Oh yeah, glass of milk, too!

    I was wondering, what is your fave snack as you dig through COTH?
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    Just finished an orange



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    Cheezies, you guys dont have them in the US , they are great, Hawkins Cheezies, yum



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    this time of year, clementines!
    Edamame is another on the top of my list.
    I've also been known to find a really juicy train wreck, open a bottle of wine and break off a good hunk of dark chocolate.
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    nothing - i hate crumbs in the keyboard
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    Just finished off some warm polenta. Closest thing I can get up here to grits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJenners View Post
    Just finished off some warm polenta. Closest thing I can get up here to grits.
    No grits in Wa State?!



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    Egg and pepper cheese sandwich on sourdough bread. Breakfast before I go out to ride.



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    To get this back on the horse track, does anyone eat horse treats? Mrs. Pastures sure smell good but I've never tried them.



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    Coffee. Might as well be eating it considering the amount of cream and sugar I use.

    On the horse treat tangent, yes, when hungry. My horses like generic Milk Bones without animal products -- so basically crackers. I've been known to eat a handful as well when stuck at the barn with no other food. Not bad at all.



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    Quote Originally Posted by bird4416 View Post
    To get this back on the horse track, does anyone eat horse treats? Mrs. Pastures sure smell good but I've never tried them.
    When I was a kid we used to eat the treats that looked like big fruit loops. The orange were carrot, and red were apple. That's been at least 30-35 years ago. I haven't seen them for years. They weren't bad though.



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    Clementine, pomegrant seeds and an Everything bagle w/ olive oil and red pepper relish !! oh yeah coffee
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    Default Not Much ~ WW

    NOT MUCH ~ ON WW ~ WEIGHT WATCHERS ! Love - sp? imagining eating all these posted items ! Please someone talk about chili with that slimming cheese sauce !!!
    Zu Zu Bailey " IT"S A WONDERFUL LIFE !"



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    Proper Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate with coffee - it's pissing down rain here - yet again. Sin tastes GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD !



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    French toast, blueberries, tall glass of milk.



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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJenners View Post
    Just finished off some warm polenta. Closest thing I can get up here to grits.
    Try some steel cut oats... YUM!

    1/2 cup steel cut oats
    1 cup water
    1 cup milk
    1/2 tbl butter
    1 1/2 tbl brown sugar
    pinch of salt

    Bring water milk and salt to a boil, slowly stir in oats, cover and simmer for 15 minutes stirring occasionally.

    Add butter and brown sugar and simmer another 10-15 minutes, covered. These are so creamy and good....

    And the steel cut oats are so much better for you than the quaker oats and I find that you stay fuller because they take longer to digest.

    My horse loves them too - so they're a treat to share!



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    Since my diet has taken a complete 180, no caffeine,salt, and once again low carb it is decaf[so sad] leftover steak from pre football game last night. Now off to walk only 'cause dd is legging up for soccer.
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    yum.....ok guys...now I *am* hungry! Guess its time to raid the cupboards! Probably going to go make some oatmeal cookies for the horsey AND human kidlets!



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    Clementines!

    And some left-over lo mein.
    "Sic Gorgiamus Allos Subjectatos Nunc"



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