A lot, or a lot less?
This is the real question.
But less than a lot.
A lot more than a lot.
I have a confession to make…I really don’t like reading blogs.
It’s like I can’t wait for a chance to do it.
But I can’t keep reading them.
Maybe that’s okay, though…
I do like taking time to think about food.
And that’s not so different from how I feel about reading blogs.
I’ve got lots of ideas about how I could benefit…
Maybe they’ll happen, and maybe I’ll fall into a rut. Maybe I’ll find that I have too much to do.
I like to think about it and try to pick something that will help me out.
But for the most part, I just go on eating.
And that has been my experience with fat loss.
I just eat.
In a big way.
I have a ton of recipes in my cookbook. Lots, sometimes thousands…
So what if I take it up a notch? I do love making my own.
A LOT of recipes.
And there is another reason I like it.
I find it really fun to make things.
And it’s really good fun.
You want to know how it’s fun?
You want me to tell you what I eat?
Let’s just say…I like getting back into the kitchen.
And I’m going to tell you everything you need to know to make the BEST homemade desserts you’ve ever tasted.
What I love about making desserts —
I love thinking about how they might be created.
I love planning them, even the little details.
I love going through the whole process.
It’s that sort of attention to detail for such a simple, but incredibly delicious dessert that I just can’t say enough about it.
I do want to make a point here that not only does this method work well for me, it works really well for anyone who wants to lose weight.
This is an easy, “quick-and-dirty” technique for fat loss.
It’s a “recipe-less” way
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