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    I do get a feeling that is hard to describe - that I am hungry, but I don't want to actually eat. I look at food and it looks fine, but I don't want to put any of it into my mouth. Katherine gets it too. It feels unpleasant and we try to avoid the experience, actually. But this is different from what you describe.

    I used to snack on sunflower seeds for the feeling of tactile stimulation (that's probably what you wanted around the campfire), but I am yet to restock with non-rancid ones.

    It's interesting to experience all these new sensations! Thank you for sharing the journey!

    Maybe this is the way food is supposed to feel and appreciate your sharing your perspective. Our society is driven by "consuming"...food, products, etc., maybe everything isn't meant to be decadent or a treat. It is refreshing to hear that your family simply feels healthy yet seems to be breaking the bonds of attachment with food. It sounds like something many of us would like to experience.

    Has your grocery bill changed significantly since doing the Whole 30? It seems like you would spend a lot on good quality meat. Thanks for sharing about this diet.

    No, not any change in groceries. If anything the cost has gone down because we can't eat out on the fly and we are eating less.

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