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    Oh say it isn't so! I will have to pay more attention to my 'reactions" I have not had much chocolate lately.... That comment in the NYT article about white chocolate isn't fair. It is not even remotely the same thing.

    Funny what disrupts sleep... Garlic does it for me. If I want to stay awake, about a glove does it for a couple of hours.

    What is it about chocolate? Once you have a piece or two it turns into 4 or 5 and you are addicted again! As Mark Sisson has said, it is my "gateway" food! I love pumpkin pie also, but could never eat enough to make me sick. Happy Thanksgiving.

    Talk about a love/hate relationship with food! I will always love chocolate, but I love sleep more!

    Funny about food Ryan ate salami for the first time in 3 or so months (it was "healthy" salami) and parts of his skin turned red and itchy for about 2 hours.

    Hey Laura! I finally got around to visiting your blog! I had fun reading about your experiences with the whole30, and it has really encouraged me to try it. Thanks for sharing, and I hope we can meet up at the farmer's market again sometime!

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