Things you shouldn’t eat before a fast

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    Meno
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    I’ll start:

    Leftover chulent

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    👑RebYidd23
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    Beef jerky

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    Lightbrite
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    Soap

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    Mammele
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    Meno: Dried salami

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    🍫Syag Lchochma
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    sushi (or ever)
    bbqed pulled beef.

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    Lightbrite
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    Why not leftover chulent?

    I understand the beef jerky and salami because they’re salty and you could get dehydrated, but is chulent a no-no in your opinion too because of saltiness? If not, then what’s the reason?

    Thank you 🙂

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    Joseph
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    Orange juice.

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    yehudayona
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    I think you’d have to freeze orange juice before you ate it.

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    Joseph
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    Victuals, aliments, edibles, food. Whatever floats your boat.

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    Ahava4Everyone
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    Heavy foods with high fat content.

    Super sugary things like chocolate cake.

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    Meno
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    Why not leftover chulent?

    If you have to ask, you’ve never tried it.

    Dried salami

    Well of course not. It’s not finished drying yet.

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    blubluh
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    Foods/drinks that are diuretic, meaning that they accelerate expulsion of water from the body. Common examples are those with high caffeine content, certain fruits and vegetables. The list is fairly extensive – and surprising, to me at least – so some research may be in order. I would post a link to one article I liked, but I think that would violate the Coffee Room rules and be removed.

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    Sam2
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    syag: Sushi isn’t bad for a fast. It’s a decent blend of carbs and protein.

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    Lightbrite
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    Meno: You’re right. I’ve never had leftover chulent. Now I’m curious! 🙂

    #1315604

    Meno
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    I also wouldn’t recommend breaking your fast on leftover chulent

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    Goldilocks
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    I’ve had leftover chulent right before a fast. It’s tasty and doesn’t cause any problems at all.

    Really, unless you have specific health issues, you should be able to eat anything you please before a fast without any trouble.

    Just make sure to drink enough (and maybe avoid coffee), and you should be finel

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    Lightbrite
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    A creamy peanut butter sandwich on white bread with only creamy peanut butter and lots of it.

    Did you know creamy peanut butter’s low water content, relatively high protein content, and smooth texture is the perfect combination to get stuck to the roof your mouth in a suctioning fashion? (Today I found out).

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    A lot.

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