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Cherry Tomato wrote:I learned long ago that I can't just assume that people understand my dietary needs.
patty wrote:Being off the food grid it takes a lot to emotionally take care of self.... remember the film of _The March of The Penguins_ . They all huddle together for the approaching storm and those on the outside of the circle were vulnerable to be blown away. The social food herd mentality is still very present... and the less we defend ourselves and self prepare, the safer we are not to get blown away. Today we are transparent:), we are learning to parent ourself:) in order to take care of everyone else.
Ron 43 wrote:Well it's her home and her rules. When I visit someone else's home I follow their rules and when they are in my home they follow my rules. If not, we don't get together.
Cherry Tomato wrote:Ron 43 wrote:Well it's her home and her rules. When I visit someone else's home I follow their rules and when they are in my home they follow my rules. If not, we don't get together.
Ron, would you really want to go to someone's home and just eat whatever they provided? If all there was was ham, chicken, and cheese, would you dive in and eat it? I don't care where I am, no one else is going to dictate what I have to eat.
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