Choosing Raw Counseling Giveaway


Yesterday, I was so excited talking about my mellow green smoothie that I overlooked something big. That post was my 365th: that’s a year’s worth of CR.

Back when CR was just an idea, I used to come up with all sorts of reasons why I shouldn’t start a blog: my writing wouldn’t be good enough, no one would care, my friends and colleagues would think I was even more of a wackadoo than they already do, I’d get attacked for my veganism, etc. Most of all, I worried that I would run out of content. How much could I possibly have to say about vegan food?

The past year and a half has proven me dead wrong. If any of you happen to be aspiring bloggers (foodie or otherwise), and you’re thinking that you won’t have enough content to fill a blog, let me put those fears to rest. If you write a blog about things you love—anything you love—you’ll have more content than you know what to do with. Trust me on this. No matter how many posts I write, I find myself constantly struggling to get everything I’d like to say on paper. And as I grow, so too does CR. It’s a fun part of blogging: as you evolve, your blog evolves with you. How could that not be an endless source of material?

In honor of a year’s worth of the mind-numbing sound of my own voice blogging, I thought I’d do an extra special CR giveaway. No, this isn’t raw treats or an appliance. It isn’t even raw food DVDs. It’s a free CR nutritional consultation with yours truly. In other words, if you haven’t yet gotten sick of me, you can talk to me about food and health for an hour on the phone. Free.

An initial CR consult will include:

  • Discussion of your history with food, including your feelings about your body and your own self worth
  • Discussion of what you eat day in and day out, and whether or not there are gaps in your diet that need filling
  • Discussion of any health complaints that might respond well to plant-based nutrition
  • How-to for some fundamentals of raw un-cooking
  • Recipe ideas based on personal taste and preference

Before we start, I’ll be sending you a questionnaire that will help me get to know you and your goals.

In the last year, I’ve had to scale back my counseling practice dramatically to accommodate other professional projects, but I hope to expand it once again very early in 2011. Until then, nothing could make me happier than to give one of you a chance to sound off a bit about plant based food, body image, and health—and to give you encouraging feedback as you do. The deepest reward of being a blogger is to connect with likeminded men and women via the magic of keystrokes. What could be a more fitting celebration of a year’s worth of posts than the chance to connect with you outside of my blog—and offer some helpful feedback about nutrition while I do it?

There are a bunch of ways to enter. Each of these is worth one entry, so just use a new comment to tell me if you’ve done it:

1) Leave a comment telling me what sort of post you’d like to see more of within the next year of CR. Recipes? Nutrition talk? Body image/ED musings? Vegan rants discussions?

2) Tweet this giveaway, by copying and pasting the following text: @choosingraw is giving away a free plant-based health and diet consultation! (Or at least include my twitter handle in your tweet.)

3) Like me, please like me, on Facebook.

I’ll announce the winner in exactly ten days: on Sunday, November 14th.

Good luck!!!!


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  1. Hi Gena!

    I absolutely love the nutrition talks, so I think there should be more posts about that.


  2. As a new vegan, I’d love to see more vegan “discussions” especially those slanted towards nutrition. Thank you for all of your well thought out (and well written) posts and the abundance of information and wisdom you share with us!!!

  3. Gena – I’ve been reading for about a year now and actually feel really satisfied by the balance of topics on CR between recipes, nutrition talk, vegan discussion, etc. The only thing that has been hard for me recently that I’d love to see your two cents on is this: I feel so passionate about my eating habits that I have a hard time being around meat and other animal products. This is tricky because my boyfriend and family feel very strongly about their choice to eat meat, eggs and cheese and while I thought I could handle seeing these things all the time, the longer I eat vegan the more disturbed I am by even having these things around. Let’s just say I am quite envious that your boyfriend is a vegan 🙂 So I guess this is a question of being close with non-vegans- do you ever feel nauseous when sitting right next to someone eating steak? I’m generally a very tolerant live and let live person so these feelings of wanting to control my boyfriend are very ugly feelings. Can you empathize at all? Inside of course I just want to convince everyone to have my same eating habits, ha, but that’s not really an option.

    Anyway, you are awesome and I love CR!! Finally became a fan on FB 🙂


  4. I’d like to see more of how to deal with body image…I know I have a huge problem with myself :/

  5. Hi Gena!

    I’d definitely say nutrition talks and also more tips on how to live day to day with others who aren’t eating the way we are. You have talked about that in the past and it’s always helpful.

    Thanks for 365 days of Choosing Raw. You have and always will be an inspiration for me. You helped me transition into a raw diet! =)

    Twittered and facebooked ya!

  6. There are so many things I would love to learn through you, Gena!

    1. How to discuss veganism and respond to inquiries/questions with non-vegans.
    2. More discussions about any media responses to veganism.
    3. How to eat a balanced diet nutritionally everyday. I loved “Becoming Vegan”, but would still like some more guidance from you.
    4. Your thoughts on being a quasi-vegan. There are some social situations, like temple offerings, that are vegetarian by not vegan. The food is considered blessed but it contains dairy. There are many situations that can unexpectedly arise. How should one choose a personal balance or lack thereof?

    Thank you for all that you do! You continue to serve me as an inspiration.

    • I forgot to mention that I would appreciate advice on how to handle the emotions of either accidently OR consciously eating non-vegan food if the aim is to reduce animal suffering. There can be an incredible amount of guilt.

  7. Congratulations! How much I’ve learned from your wonderful blog in these 365 posts. I can’t stress how much I enjoy being a follower and reader of your blog so it’s really cool to know that you enjoy writing and sharing. I’ve had a lot of fun here at CR and I look forward to the many more posts to come. Thanks for always being brutally honest, fun, and also true to yourself.

    And what a cool idea for a giveaway!

    • Oops! I meant to add that I think it would be cool to see more posts about being a vegan (and raw foodie) in NY specifically. I feel like the culture is a bit different in every region. Here in LA if you’re a vegan a lot of people just write you off as another “hippie,” but a lot of people just find it “normal.” When I lived outside of LA in the burbs, people mostly thought I was crazy. Plus I had WAY less restaurant options. I’m infatuated in NY, yet it is still a bit of a mystery to me.

  8. I love your blog and your writing, Gena. It’s always such a pleasure to read. I would love to continue to read more nutrition posts from you as well as your thoughts on body image issues. Have a great night!

  9. Gena,
    I’d love to see more posts on being able to eat healthily while being busy. I know you’ve done posts on that in the past, but since I work full-time and go to school full-time, I’m always looking for more help on how to eat a healthy diet while keeping up with my crazy schedule!

  10. Hi Gena!

    First, I just wanted to thank you for writing one of the best vegan/raw food blogs around. You have no idea how much I appreciate your incredible recipes and thoughtful, always engaging writing. It’s nice to see someone who loves vegan food and the written word as much as I do.

    That said, please keep the recipes coming! Raw, cooked, whatever. I make your recipes for friends, family, my understanding, but decidedly not vegan, husband, and the meals never fail! Plus, your butternut squash smoothie and pumpkin chia pudding have both changed my mornings forever.

    Thank you! Thank you!

  11. Gena-
    I LOVE your recipes, so as long as you can continue to think of creative, delicious ideas, I will always want to see more. I also geek out about vegan nutrition, but I’m always confused about balancing meals, so I’d love to see more posts like this as well.
    I’m also tweeting the contest AND liking CR on Facebook right now.
    ps- Now that it’s fall, I’m totally making that kabocha (sp?) and avocado sandwich you featured on the blog awhile ago!

  12. I think you should have more posts on eating raw during winter. I tend to eat less raw during cold seasons.

  13. Overall I would like more nutrition talk…as a way to understand some of the more complex aspects of nutrition in a really basic, straight-forward way. If that’s not too hard! 🙂

  14. Hi Gena,
    I @JulitteKapha tweeted your contest text. I am interested in what you would recommend for raw food/living business opportunities.

    I made the creamy broccoli soup today. It was great! My husband liked it too.

  15. Gena,
    I would love to see more posts about how to use “intimidating” ingredients: i.e. nutritional yeast, coconut oil etc.
    Maybe it’s just me, but I buy these items and then don’t really know how to use them.

  16. I have liked you on Facebook! Also, I think I would prefer to see more on nutrition and body image.

  17. Hi Gena,

    So much of what you write here is extremely valuable info – the recipes, nutrition info, etc. It’s a great source for practical stuff as well as entertainment.

    One thing I would like to read more of is the level-headed approaches and arguments when dealing with non-vegans. You seem to get the sentiment exactly right, something I have a hard time doing with my tendency to get emotional and argue!



  18. I’m so glad I didn’t miss this. What I love so much about your blog is the variety of the topics you mentioned in question 1. I never know which topic is going to be written about next. Your “mind numbing voice” is what keeps me around! 😉

  19. I love to read about nutrition and recipes especially. That’s why I’m a blog reader. I’m also interested in your take on articles depicting veganism/vegetarianism in the popular media. Your thoughts are always well-reasoned, and I learn a lot from them.

  20. Love your blog! I definately would love more nutrition talk. Also, I am getting a Vitamix for my birthday this weekend, so more recipes for that would be wonderful!

  21. Gena,

    Love the blog and your thoughtful entries!!!

    As someone who struggles with emotional compulsive eating, it would be lovely to hear advice on how to handle the whole complex problem of wanting to eat so badly to deal with stress and yet being decidedly and uncomfortably full.

  22. Love, love, love this blog!! In fact, you sort of represent almost everything I would love to do: finish med school and become an expert in nutrition, write a blog focusing on healthy, nutritionally packed recipes and have fun doing it! As to your question, I love to experiment with new recipes, so it would be great if you had some more; talk of nutrition? Yes, yes, yes! In fact, I’m interested to see/read anything that has to do with making the body function at it’s best…

  23. I would love to see more musings about your experience with IBS. In many ways, a vegan diet is very appealing to me, and I am often vegan for many months at a time, but I’ve found that vegetables and fruits are hard on my stomach and give me lots of pain when consumed in more than small quantities (and especially when raw). I find this to be the case even when I make raw soups and blend the vegetables well. I know that your experience might not be like mine, but I always find your informed and compassionate reflections very helpful.

  24. Hi Gena!

    The consultation would be awesome, but even if I’m not chosen I’d love to see more raw recipes! I’ve made some of what you’ve posted so far and they’ve all turned out to be SO good! I’ve even got my boyfriend hooked on your recipes and eating more raw meals! Thank you thank you!

  25. Yay 365! That’s a lot of awesome! I’d love quick and hearty recipes. Like the 30 minutes or less ones that aren’t salads. I’d also benefit from dehydrator tutorials. My crackers turned out a hot mess! Thank you!!!!!!

  26. Would love to win the consultation!

    I would actually like to hear (anonymous) stories from your experience as a consultant. “Success” stories if you will of people who have changed their relationship with food, or found luck controlling a chronic illness, encouraged their families to try a new way of eating, etc.

  27. happy anniversary!! i really enjoy your posts on ANY subject. since i have to pick one, i guess i’d say nutrition related topics. keep up the great work:-)

  28. Oh! Also, how do you budget your grocery shopping? Which are the most expensive items on your list, and which are the worthiest investments? Thank you!

  29. I love this blog and I would love to read more introspective posts on food politics and its impact on body image, for instance the genderization (okay, that’s not a word) of certain kinds of foods, or the subjugation of certain groups in the food production process – animals, migrant workers, etc. I think the way that food has been commodified in the US makes many struggle with our consumption of it, particularly our self-perception and how we think others’ perceptions of us will be influenced by what we eat. Am I even making sense right now? You’ve touched on this a bit in the past, so hopefully you can better articulate what I’m talking ’bout!

  30. Hi Gena,

    First I am quite nervous about this but I wanted to thank you for very word you have written over the past 365 posts. You are a huge inspiration to me and are someone I view as very brave for putting your life and struggles out in front of the world. I have been so inspired by you that I began blogging about my struggles and thoughts on food. I have not been doing it for very long but it has help tremendously. Thank you for the inspiration.

    I would love to hear more about how to travel as a vegan to resorts or other ‘compound’ type places that are very unfriendly to a vegan diet. I just finished a weekend wedding extravaganza at a resort where there was not a bean or unrefined grain to be seen for miles. I did OK bringing enough to get me through breakfasts and some lunches but making sure to pack enough calories when going into an unknown situation was a challenge.


  31. I would like to see more about raw and vegan food for fueling athletic activity. Often I am confused about the best way to eat for all the exercise that I do. I have “Thrive” but could use some extra advice!

      • I’ll do my best, guys! I don’t specialize in athletic nutrition, nor am I a marathon runner, but I’ll use what knowledge I do have.

  32. I’ve been enjoying your blog for awhile now, and would love to see more about being vegan out in the world. You’ve touched on this a little bit when discussing work lunches that get ordered out, and this is where I have real struggles. I’m a vegetarian (not quite ready to give up yogurt and cheese yet), but find it difficult when going to dinner at the bf’s house (his family is very meat and potatoes) and in other social situations. More tips about that would be great!

    I’m also digging the body image discussions. Very thought provoking.

    I also liked you on facebook and tweeted 🙂

  33. More things about transitioning and using it for athletics! I know I would like to eat more raw, but I am nervous to with marathon training!

  34. Congratulations on your first anniversary! CR is one of my favorite blogs; I’ve been reading it since its inception. I love your recipes, your writing style, and your refreshing candor. As a young woman who has struggled with issues of eating and body image, I am inspired by your appreciation for food both as nourishment and sensory experience. As a homesick New Yorker (recently displaced to Chicago), I love your words of homage to our wonderful city. I grew up on 81st street, so 79th was my subway stop/ bus stop/ park entrance, too! One of the things that really sets you apart from other bloggers, in my mind, is that you present a high-raw vegan diet as very accessible and laid back. I am vegan and drawn to raw foods, but I am put off by the fanaticism and obsession with purity that I’ve encountered in the raw food community. Your blog is blissfully free of judgement and your recipes are simple and elegant, using common ingredients and most often requiring no more than a food processor. As I spend most of my day working and in class, I pack one or two meals each day to bring with me, and I rely upon simple dishes which I can prepare in quantity and throw together in various ways. I’ve found much inspiration in your posts on your work lunches, particularly your post on nutrient dense salads a while ago. I much prefer the format of your blog to the food journal format, but I’d love to see more of your meals– it’s so helpful to me to build my sense of what a balanced meal looks like as I repair my relationship with food. Thanks so much for writing CR– I look forward to years more to come!


  35. I recently returned to veganism, and was really drawn to your focus on the benefits of a plant-based diet for digestion. Thanks for the motivation!

  36. Honestly I love all of your posts! It sounds cheezy, but even though I seldom comment i love reading body image/ED musings… the recipes are certainly an inspiration and those i’ve tried have been delicious… keep staying true to yourself and it’ll keep working 🙂 congrats on a fabulous year!!

  37. Hi Gena! I added you on FB. It would be great to hear something from you about acne, and (if you haven’t posted already), your thoughts on probiotics. Thanks!

  38. Hi Gena!

    I haven’t stopped by in ages! Looks like I’ve returned just in time. I have tweeted the link etc to this and joined your facebook page.

    What would I like to see more of? To be honest, I’m loving your blog as it is but since I have to choose… I would say more health and nutrition posts and more on body image/ED. It’s funny because over the last 2 months, since I’ve wandered away from veganism my ED has been rearing it’s ugly head and I’ve lost my passion for food. Coincidental? Maybe. I’ve happily returned to my vegan ways, nonetheless (the diet’s going to need tweaking). It’s that old cliche of it all being a journey.

    Hope you’re well xxx

  39. I would like to see more postings on body image and how good nutrition can improve and enhance our functioning as human beings- mentally, physically, and emotionally.

  40. I love both recipes and nutrition talk and you do them both amazingly well (and often combine the two! :))
    Thanks so much for the giveaway, I am sure that whoever wins will be more than happy with your services if you are anything like your blog persona. 🙂

  41. Like you I have struggled with the rigours of an eating disorder. A few years ago I was eating an omnivore’s diet and eating under 800 calories a day. Besides not being 85% or less of my healthy body weight I fit the criteria for anorexia nervosa. I never felt good about my body (and still don’t, really) and as a result I’m slowly adopting a vegan diet although I am fully vegetarian right now. I love the way raw food makes me feel, but I have trouble making things for myself at home because I don’t currently have a high power blender or other neat tools that other raw foodists have due to being a student.

    I would appreciate seeing more recipes on the page, but really I appreciate anything you have to share. It has all been very helpful for me in my journey to becoming healthier. I was really happy to see you talking about how you embrace a raw vegan lifestyle and how it offers relief from an eating disorder. It gives me some hope that I might feel “normal” someday.

    Also, currently I’ve been suffering from some major digestive and urinary tract issues. A few days ago I ate a samosa and found myself looking 6 months pregnant without a hint of exaggeration. Any advice you could offer me would be amazing.

    I tweeted about your contest and also liked you on facebook.

    Thanks and fingers crossed!

  42. I always find it really interesting to read your posts and the subsequent comments about ED & nutrition/veganism. Then again, everything you write is awesome! I have let my blog fall to the wayside with the advent of some tougher courses this semester, but your words of wisdom have inspired me to keep it in mind regardless!

  43. I’d love to see more recipes with very few ingredients…such as a series on recipes with under 5 ingredients. Simple and healthy meal suggestions!

  44. Hi Gena,

    I love you blog, and this is my first comment. I like to have a extremely light web footprint (so unfortunately I can’t tweet about you or “friend” you), but your counseling offer is way to exciting to pass up. I would love for you to talk more about the emotional aspects of food: grocery shopping, cooking, meals, snacking ect. If often feels like every food interaction has such an emotional weight to it. It would also be great to hear more about your ideas about the daily nutritional balancing of a high raw vegan. It is a constant concern for me feeding myself, as well as a wife and mom feeding the whole family. Any kid friendly ideas? Congratulations on your 365th blog, and please keep it up! Take care, Sasha

  45. Gena,

    I would like to read more of EVERYTHING! I love learning about nutrition, body image, receipes, etc…I am trying to work on all of it.

    I recently realized that I am binge eater. Especially when I am upset or depressed. Am working hard to know my what my triggers are and how to stay away from bad foods (what I eat when I am upset or depressed).

    Thank you for having a great blog. I enjoy reading it!

  46. Congrats Gena!

    I always enjoy your editorial posts. Your posts on nutrition, veganism and body image are always illuminating and provide a grounded take on what are often very controversial issues. While your recipes are always great, I would love to see more discussion posts.

    Thanks for offering such a generous giveaway.

  47. I could so use this! I’ve just made the switch to vegetarianism for the first time in ten years and would love to get some expert advice on making sure I am getting the right nutrients.

    I’d love to see more discussions about veganism! It’s aspirational for me and I find it really inspiring to read your thoughts about living a vegan lifestyle.

  48. Congrats on the 1 year anniversary!! I absolutely love the blog and it has really helped steer me in the path of more vegan/raw dietary choices. And the giveaway rocks… great idea!

    I’d love to see more CR recipes, but also love the Nutritional Talks. Keep up the awesomeness.

  49. CONGRATULATIONS on your 1 year of blogging one of the MOST AWESOME Blogs! I like YOU!…on FaceBook, on the CR Website/Blog and will, hopefully, on the other end of the phone!!! 🙂 What a GREAT giveaway!!! I can NEVER get enough of your CR Recipes. I always gain knowledge and inspiration from your Nutritional Talks. I truly enjoy your holiday recipes as it is difficult to partake of the traditional offerings at gatherings.

  50. OMG Gena that is such a great giveaway !
    I already love your recipes and I would love to see more posts on your daily eats. I think it is very inspirational to know what you are eating either for breakfast, lunch or dinner. I have made some good eating choices lately due to blogs like this one which is very informative and also interesting.

  51. I love the nutrition talk and am always up for more! I work as a health coach and I know the importance of keeping up on new nutrition information and different perspectives. (As well as having someone coach the coach on her own health, which is why I’m entering!)

  52. Gena,

    I forgot to add that I ‘like’ you on facebook (and so does my boyfriend and my mom!) but unfortunately I don’t have a twitter account.

  53. Hey Gena!

    What an amazing opportunity it would be to have a free consultation with you!

    I have been following choosing raw for almost a year now and I always look forward to new posts. I really love the diversity of you writing and your open-minded approach to diet and lifestyle. I have been vegan for about two years and vegetarian for six and I have a whole binder filled with choosing raw recipes that My mom, my boyfriend, and I love (his favorite is the Chacamole pudding).

    I would love to read more posts on maintaining a well-rounded vegan and raw diet. This is so crucial to keeping healthy and reading about another person’s tips for success with this lifestyle, in regards to just about anything (travel tips, discussing it with your loved ones and friends, how to stay balanced and healthy), never fails to be super helpful.

    I also love to hear your insight on veganism, eating disorders, and healthful living.

    Oh and definitely please keep the recipes coming strong!!


  54. i would love more vegan rants and nutrition talks. i entered all three ways. thanks so much!

  55. I would love to see a post that follows you through the grocery store/greenmarket/etc. I never plan well as it seems you always have the right ingredients on hand to always pull together a fab looking dish! 🙂 Oooo and I was so excited when you baked! Keep those recipes coming too! 🙂

  56. I love nutritional talk… how to adequately meet our bodies needs. Of course it is always helpful and awesome to see how to put those into practice through recipes. I really enjoy the variety you have on your blog of recipes, discussion and the likes.

    It may sound a bit cheesy or overdone, but thanks for the education you provide…in such a comforting, non-judgmental, encouraging way.

  57. Hi Gena,

    how is life in Nwe York City.. i´m very excited about your Blog. I think the offer on of the best recipes in the Raw Food Scene. Thats why i come here very often. Also i like all the Informations you about rawfood plus your style of writing makes me really curious…

    Here are my three points:

    1.) i love asian cuisine.. how about creating some classic asian dishes in raw? chop suey, thai Curry, dim sum, nasi goreng, palak paneer with chapati and so on?

    what i also would love to see, would be some delicious raw cakes.. like coconut cake, carob cake and so on.. ?

    2.) My twitter name is : causim . I´m gonna post your comment today

    3.) i already like your facebook site, my user name: burnt toast.

    Have a good time and keep on doing what your are doing.. i every website owner has special energy which can be felt on the website..
    Your energy and energy of your site is just great. I´m sure thats why you have so many fans..

    warm regards from germany


  58. Hoooooly cow! (or holy…tofu) This is a great giveaway!

    I love all of your posts, but I find the recipes especially helpful– they’re usually so simple and delicious! Greatly inspiring 🙂

  59. I would love to win a free consult from you. I have done a few raw detox classes from you and this last one had a much harder time transitioning back to cooked foods. I love the way I feel eating raw but have a hard time incorporating it into my daily lifestyle with a husband and 3 kids (who can be very picky). Congratulations on 1 year of blogging…I do visit your site daily and have attempted some of your recipes and have enjoyed them. I would like to continue to see you post your recipes but also vegan discussions as well. Thanks, Denise

  60. I liked you on facebook!

    I like it when you have “vegan discussions” but I also really love your recipes. Something else you may think about (I think you did a basic veggie roast instructional awhile back) for culinary illiterates like myself is some basic stuff — the best way to cut certain vegetables, best ways to roast/sautee when you do, things like that?

  61. wow! i keep talking about how i want to incorporate more raw foods into my diet and a consultation with an expert would sure be helpful! i made wraps this week using collard leaves for the first time thanks to you. yummmm. i sure would love to see more raw recipes and i always love learning more about nutrition. thanks for being such an inspiration (i may start a blog one day soon thanks in no small part to your post today).

  62. I am adding you to my facebook! I would also love to win a consult with you. I am trying to adopt a vegan lifestyle and need so much help. We are also trying to get pregnant and I want to be as healthy as I can be. I would love all the help I can get on living a clean/raw/vegan lifestyle. I would love posts on anything you can teach me. Thanks for your blog. I love it.

    • Hi Nichole,

      I just wanted to wish you the best of luck moving to a cleaner diet and falling pregnant. Yay for you! 🙂


  63. Hi Gena! Such a generous offer! I never tire of any of your post categories, but I can never get enough vegan rants 🙂 Or recipes. Or body image thoughts (always lovely). You know what, just keep doing what you’ve been doing please!

  64. Entry #3! I tweeted about your contest. (but i secretly, or not so secretly want to win!!) Thanks again!

  65. Hi again- I ‘liked’ you on FB. I didn’t realize you were on there or I would have liked you long ago! 🙂

  66. Hi Gena! I love your blog! I love that our names are pronounced the same! 😉 I’ve never commented before because I usually read your blog on my phone and it’s too hard to leave comments, but I always want to… so now I am because I’d LOVE to win a consultation with you!

    I like to read about your travels because I travel a bit for work and it’s great to have your tips to help me out. I’d also like to keep on reading more recipes or even just descriptions of the food you make- it’s inspirational! Thanks!

  67. Oh Gena,

    Typo in my initial post. I intended to type “…I now weight 190 lbs” not “…I now way 190 lbs”


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