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December 7, 2007

How to diet, lose weight AND eat exactly what you want*

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I just figured it out: genius!

Oh, I see how it is — I'm supposed to tell you so you can make a mint off my idea.

Okay.

Buy some Zapp's Hotter 'N Hot Jalapeño Potato Chips (top).

Eat one.

It'll be a while before your second if you're anything like me.

Make these chips your sole™ food (note to crack legal team: copyright/trademark that) and watch the pounds melt off.

Here's a link to Zapp's.

Tell Ron I sent you — then listen for the sound of silence.

*As long as you want nothing but Zapp's Hotter 'N Hot Jalapeño Potato Chips

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I don't eat chips....empty calories - I'd rather trade for an olive or two.

I do like capsaicin. Quite a bit, actually. As always, there are those people who study it: http://news.medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/news.aspx?id=62587

But the lowly Jalapeño is no match for the Scotch Bonnet or Thai Bird peppers I use for many, many things. Why even the famous NM Hatch Chiles are one step hotter (on the Scoville scale http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scoville_scale ) than the Jalapeño and just about everybody in the whole state of New Mexico has at least one serving of chiles a day.

Joe, NM is not a "thin" state. I observe that there is a rapidly acquired tolerance for higher levels of capsaicin in every-day foods and NM cuisine generally has the high-carb/high-fat winning diet of the average Sumo Wrestler.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Dec 7, 2007 8:53:21 PM

This is how low calorie dips work. They're so disgusting that no one actually consumes enough of them to get fat.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Dec 7, 2007 10:41:25 AM

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