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Old Wed, Sep-24-03, 08:07
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Plan: Somersizing
Stats: 230/135/126 Female 66 inches
BF:
Progress: 91%
Default Somersize Cookbook

A wonderful person named Jell compiled all the recipes on the SS website before they were deleted in the recent renovation. It can be downloaded at:

http://www.mylegalprotection.com/somersize/

She has it available in both Adobe Acrobat and MS Word Document, zipped and unzipped. I downloaded the word document and it is over 540 pages. Many thanks Jell, this is fantastic.

Abequa
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Old Thu, Sep-25-03, 13:12
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Plan: Suzanne Somers
Stats: 327/315/190 Male 5 ft 11 inches
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Progress: 9%
Location: Tucson, AZ
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Thanks so much for the link Abequa! That's great!
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Old Mon, Dec-26-05, 22:05
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Plan: food comb/atkins influenc
Stats: 185/161/140 Female 175cm
BF:
Progress: 53%
Location: Australia
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Hi Abequa

I know this is a really old post and so the link is no longer active. Anychance of finding this link anywhere else?
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Old Tue, Dec-27-05, 09:59
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Posts: 542
 
Plan: Somersizing
Stats: 250/196/165 Female 67"
BF:?/40.0%/26%
Progress: 64%
Location: Alice, TX
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skinnyRay,

I have a copy of the SS Cookbook 02-03, as well as another Somersizer's 'cookbook ', and have uploaded both to my recipe site for you.


Donna
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Old Mon, Jan-02-06, 16:16
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Plan: food comb/atkins influenc
Stats: 185/161/140 Female 175cm
BF:
Progress: 53%
Location: Australia
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Thank you soo much Donna
That was very kind of you.

Are all those pdf recipies actually from the ss book or they ones collected by people like us who have come up with their own recipes?

Anyway thankyou and happy new year
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Old Mon, Jan-02-06, 17:59
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Posts: 542
 
Plan: Somersizing
Stats: 250/196/165 Female 67"
BF:?/40.0%/26%
Progress: 64%
Location: Alice, TX
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They're not from any SS books that I know of.
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Old Tue, Mar-07-06, 20:07
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Plan: food comb/atkins influenc
Stats: 185/161/140 Female 175cm
BF:
Progress: 53%
Location: Australia
Default attn somersizers

i've been trying to find some food combining buddies but to no avail. Thought i'd try this thread.

Please contact me if you are happy to join a buddy group. I really would love the support

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Old Wed, Mar-08-06, 17:28
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Plan: food combine/sommersize
Stats: 143.5/140.5/125 Female 63 in
BF:24/23.5/20
Progress: 16%
Location: california
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i need a food combinging buddy too! write me back!!!! how do we join abuddy group?
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Old Thu, Mar-09-06, 07:13
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Plan: food combining
Stats: 150/150/135 Female 64 inches
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Progress: 0%
Location: Ohio
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i'll be a buddy too!!!
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Old Thu, Mar-09-06, 22:01
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Plan: Moderate Carb...
Stats: 235/195/140 Female 5'3
BF:HELP!!!
Progress: 42%
Location: Ohio
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Me too....
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Old Tue, Mar-21-06, 15:05
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Plan: food combine/sommersize
Stats: 143.5/140.5/125 Female 63 in
BF:24/23.5/20
Progress: 16%
Location: california
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where are some sommersize/foodcombining recipes? the links don't work!
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Old Thu, Mar-23-06, 00:45
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Plan: Moderate Carb...
Stats: 235/195/140 Female 5'3
BF:HELP!!!
Progress: 42%
Location: Ohio
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Old Tue, Jan-30-07, 12:56
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Plan: Atkins Phase I/CCLL = 40
Stats: 187/165/135 Female 65 inches
BF:?%/30%/25%
Progress: 42%
Default Recipes

I found these the other day... I haven't had a chance to make any of them yet.

http://recipecircus.com/recipes/SomersizinDebB/

http://catlady99.tripod.com/Recipes.pdf

I have to get off the boards now until tomorrow... I only allow myself half hour a day... anybody else out there get hooked on the boards?
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Old Wed, Jun-18-08, 06:46
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Plan: Neanderthin, paleolithic
Stats: 230/220/180 Female 5'5"
BF:
Progress: 20%
Default Combining and cooking can be a pleasure

Ever since I started dieting I have learned so much about nutrition and different ingredients. I think that much enjoyment and understand comes from the actual act of cooking. You turn into a conscious chooser of foods and not a blind consumer.

I may be new to dieting, but I think a very important aspect is that dieting should not mean that you do not enjoy your meals. Dieting is intelligence, not sacrifice. I have learned to prepare my own good meals. Not a simple burger or sausages or fries. But real food with side dish. This makes the act of eating much more satisfying even though I eat less.

And I have developed. Self-improvement is important. I have not stayed in one mindset but have learned so much. I didn't know what a carpaccio is, or what kind of meats are lean. I learned to make my own mushroom sauce or dutch cheese sauce. And I have learned to love certain vegetables that I could eat before (like cauliflower, rocket and Asparagus ).

Learning to cook (I got some tips from Cooking classes ) helped me gain self esteem as much as the pounds that I have lost. It is healthy and you learn to plan ahead, get yourself organized and time your actions. And I learned pride in my achievements when I see my sons smiling faces.

Bless you all!

Monica
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Old Wed, Sep-30-09, 12:36
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Plan: Dirty Carnivore.
Stats: 191/163/140 Female 53"
BF:
Progress: 55%
Location: Tennessee/near Memphis
Smile Somersizing

I am a member of a new Somersizing support group that has a lot of recipes. Check it out, somersizesupport.lefora.com
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