What do you crave the most?
I want pizza really bad.by: paulc
Chocolate.....specifically Reeses! The cravings were rough at first, but they've been going away for sure.
I love ice cream; it's my ultimate weakness! However, I'm not craving store-bought ice cream; I want a sundae from Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous in San Francisco. Since I no longer live in the city, I'm not worried about breaking down in a moment of weakness and cheating on the Ignite plan.
Crusty bread with fondue... at least I was earlier this week... now I'm finding my cravings swing more towards "I want something warm" vs. specific food/flavor cravings... interesting
I would love a bourbon-barreled imperial stout right now.
I love a good slice of pizza but I find that I am able to be ok, but I know I can have the slice or well I am sure it will be more then just once slice later.
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The two things I crave are potato chips and cheese.
I crave ice-cream, so I started freezing fresh bananas - they taste like a banana Popsicle.
Rainbow Sherbert from Baskin Robbins....SUGAR ;)
I have a big sweet tooth so i am always craving anything full of sugar...candy, soda, ice cream, cake/brownies.
Dairy and sugar. I badly want my milk and turbinado sugar in my espresso, but I am sticking with black espresso with stevia instead.
Not doing too badly as I had already been trying to cut down on sugar and bread/flour. However I am really missing dairy esp in my coffee, cheese and yogurt! Also getting a bit tired of only drinking water. Have found this concentrated pure black cherry juice, no added sugar. If you mix a tablespoon of it with a glass of sparkling water, it reminds me a bit of cola.
Buffalo Wings....... I love salty foods
Naan, Croissants, Roti, French Bread, Italian Bread, Ciabatta, Palmiers, Jamaican Bread, French Toast... (its my second day)
Goodbye, wine. See ya in 21 days!
milk and pizza
salty products and cheese
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