|This reminds me: there is an 8oz fat free sour cream|
in my fridge, bought the day 'fore I decided to cut
dairy. Time to toss it.
As with most addictive foods, it has been my experience that it is easier not to have any than it is to modify with any long term success. It has been easy not to covet butter and cheese because there is none in the house and since June I have not been to any wine and cheese parties or smelled butter melting on pancakes or toast (trigger events). When I go out for coffee. I bring my unsweetened almond milk with me.
I am not off dairy for life (or at least I don't think I am). In June I found myself buying more than one type of cheese at a time and then making excuses to make foods with cheese as an ingredient. I made the change with milk in my coffee when I noticed the splash of half 'n half in my coffee was starting to become a downpour.
|Stars are inedible|
but habit forming
Part of that urge to hit the Starbucks every day was the whole milk or half 'n half I could pour into the cup on top of the skim milk. Another reason was is the gold stars and rewards. More on stars, rewards, habits and changes the next time I post.
My question today is this: If you have limited your consumption of cheese for health, habit or addictive reasons, do you still have one or two types that you do eat?