Weird Binge Foods? Strange trigger foods?

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Emmie Louise
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Weird Binge Foods? Strange trigger foods?

Lately I've been trying a tactic to binge on 'healthier' foods if I want to binge at all in an effort to gain some control.

As part of this I've found a few weird binge foods that I enjoy and I was wondering if anyone else had any odd foods they tend to binge on?

For me its tinned champinons. I don't know why but I really like them. Another one is these rice wafers (and i'm fussy with my brand). They are really thin and much better than eating large amounts of bread as they are really low in calories and pretty much dissolve into nothing but it takes ages to eat them. Also instant oats (in the satchets). They are filling and do have a bit of sugar in them, and sometimes i mix coco into them so its like a 'dessert'. Also low joule jelly for diabetics (although you have to wait for it to set).

My main 'trigger' food would have to be soy chai lattes. Shame as I do love them *sigh*.

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Shutterfly
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I LOVE tinned mushrooms! I

I LOVE tinned mushrooms! I can easily finish an entire can.
I 'binge' on baby carrots; they're sweet as hell and fill you up really good.
I binge on oats as well, but I tend to mix in cocoa and coconut flakes as well.

And yum soy chai lattes... I understand where you come from! I try to stay away from hot drinks like that because then I'm tempted to have something to dip it in... and then I raid the cupboard in search of junk. =(

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Emmie Louise
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wierd craving for the week..

This week it's been these yoplait 'forme' no fat yogurts- cheesecake flavour. Wierd how you crave such specific wierd foods sometimes..

*****In hard times she had learned... she was stronger than she ever imagined, God was closer than she ever realised and she was loved more than she could ever know*****

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