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    herpes and tattoos

    When I was fifteen or so, one of my closest friends got crabs (pubic lice) by wearing the jeans of another one of our friends. I wasn’t familiar with crabs so I asked my friend to describe what it looked and felt like while doing my best to sound normal. She said she could see thousands of tiny insects in her panties and it really itched. Needless to say, she was beyond upset. This morning …
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My NEW favorite fruit

Name: Anjou Pear
Can be bought in: P
roduce markets year round.
Mostly grows in: 84% are grown in Oregon & Washington.
Health benefits: Decreases fever, phlegm, and inflammation.
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What I’m reading now…

Title: If the Buddha Got Stuck: A Handbook for Change on a Spiritual Path
Charlotte Sophia Kasl
Publication: Penguin Books
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Need a NEW Cookbook?

Check out The Inspired Vegan: Seasonal Ingredients, Creative Recipes, Mouthwatering Menus
Bryant Terry
Publication: Da Capo Lifelong Books
Paperback (January 24, 2012)
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Whole Foods Wellness Club

Dates: Ongoing
Check web site for daily schedule
Locations: Oakland (CA), Princeton (NJ), Chicago (IL), Dedham (MA) and New York (NY)
Fee: Varies – offering nutrition classes, cooking demos, discounts, and more.
Learn more.

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Foraging with Wildman Steve
Wildman Steve App Available Now!
Multiple apps give users of all hand-held devices the in-depth information to identify, harvest ecologically, and use 165 of the best wild edible and medicinal plants of North America, plus details of about 52 look-alikes.
Learn more about Wildman Steve

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Welcome to the Why Did I Eat That? food blog. Encouraging the act of eating with eyes wide open.

The WDIET philosophy simply put is: Eat whatever you wish, in extreme moderation, with some knowledge of where your food comes from and how your body reacts to what you feed it. We are magnificent beings and deserve the best! The best type of food for the body and spirit are fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, sea algae, and seeds. Processed and genetically engineered foods are foreign to the body and should be avoided.

The Home Page gives a snapshot of the Featured Recipe, Recommendation plus the Featured News item for each week. For more about me, check out the About section in the menu on the right. And, please smile often and drink plenty of water! It makes all of the difference in how you feel each day.

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