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Posted: 08 Aug 2007, 20:51
pre-cooked sausage is like the EASIEST thing to whip up when i am starving. but is it okay for phase 1?? i dont get the highly processed supermarket type. i buy the trader joe's brand that lists all the ingredients...typically it is just chicken, turkey, some sort of seasoning like cilantro or basil, lemon juice, and an all natural pork casing. does anyone think this goes against the allowed foods for phase 1????

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Posted: 10 Aug 2007, 07:34
Well I dont think the book says anything in particular about sausage as long as it is not pork - I eat them in the morning too - the low fat type so I hope it is okay Of course I have not lost any weight in weeks so maybe its the sausages!!!

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Posted: 10 Aug 2007, 09:37
I'm on South Beach, and I don't know all the rules for Fat Flush, but I've lost nearly 30 lbs, and have eaten sausage all along. I get my store's made-in-store bulk, which comes in several varieties. I just drain very carefully and even blot the finished product to remove the most fat. I always kind of felt like it was cheating, but that just made it taste better, and it never impacted my loss. Good luck!

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Posted: 10 Aug 2007, 13:26
thanks for answering...i feel like it is cheating too, but not really. i make sure i only get chicken or turkey sausage, and if the casing is pork (like most of them are) i just remove it before i cook/eat it. yay, i'm glad people agree haha...i would probably die without them.

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