OMG how our tastes change !!!

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  1. determinator

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    I just had to share ... When I first started CD ( I had been on LT so didnt go from normal food to shakes ,.... ) I tried the chocolate shake .. and it was the worst , vilest thing I have ever tasted ..... so never had another one ....

    I have just had my first shake and was in real need of a chocolate fix ( TOTM and DD is drinking chocolate crusha .... ) and I had an old choc shake from when I first started ... so I thought I would give it another go ....

    OMG ( sorry ) but it was AMAZING .... I am in love .. my beloved mint choc shake , which I have loved and even had 3 times a day at one point , I have found has a strange after taste now and I dont love it so much ... but OH MY ....... my order for this week is gonna have to change .... MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
    MMMMMMMMMMM
     
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    yup - with you there - the stuff i loved at the beginning - butterscotch, choc orange, vanilla, I hate now. The biggest thing for me was my AAM week - I now love love love mixed leaf salad and cottage cheese. Before CD i was most definitely a salad is for rabbits girl!
     
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    Hi D & S --

    I am starting to go off the Oriental Chili soup that I have loved for the past month. And, I disliked the butterscotch shake to begin with, but like it now.

    MM
     
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    Hey,

    I re-start CD tomorrow! I live on Chocolate Tetra, Chocolate, Chocolate Mint, Chocolate Orange shakes!

    Clearly a Chocoholic!!!!:happy036:
    Maybe ill get sick of them?!!
    Mxxx
     
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    I cannot stand any of the tetras, they taste metallic to me, love choc mint choc and vanilla with a spoon of coffee in it, think the choc bars taste very salty too x let's face it, none of it is what we would choose to eat lol xx
     
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    me toooo. i love the choc shakes and drinks, my fav.
    also love strawberry and banana, if blended really well or i
    find them grainy.
    is it true you can freeze the pre mixed drinks???
    did i read that.???
     
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    @dee6677 -- People do, but my CDC said freezing the tetras destroys the nutrients.

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    I will admit I do freeze my tetras , and eat them as ice cream , but the official advise is dont ... CD do not know if the freezing process may change some of the nutrients in the packs ( although who ever heard of freezing destroying nutrients ??) so cannot endorse the freezing of them
     
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    being very cynical here but so many sell by/best before dates are purely speculative, and keep us "refreshing" supplies (and buying more), and also they probably haven't been tested/analysed beyond these dates. They will test for what they consider to be a reasonable shelf life but won't waste time and money testing beyond that. We lived in a very remote area for a year or so and I don't think I saw any packaged food (ie tins, baby food powder,anything in packets etc) that was less than 18 months-2 years out of date - 4 years wasn't unusual. Fresh fruit/veg were't readily available - it was mainly frozen again well out of date - although plenty of fresh meat and fish. This was completely the norm and no one living there seemed to suffer ill effects.
     
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