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So here's the thing. Yom Kippur is this Saturday, and that means a big damn fast. Anybody got an idea for a meal that will get me through twenty four hours of no eating or drinking? Hard mode: it has to be kosher.

A large brick of cheese.

Yeah, that's not gonna work. I need something that will keep me from feeling hungry, not make me constipated.

sweet potatoes

Chicken and dumplings always works for me. Really starchy foods and dense bread.Beans and lentils will help too.

So any thoughts on fluid retention? By about hour twenty or so, the dry mouth and dizziness can be really unpleasant.

just take some tablets and sleep all day fuck that shit

20 hours is baby mode.

No can do. The entire goddamn day is spent in synagogue, and most of that time is standing.

All I know for fluid retention for certain is salt, nut you could try a sports drink maybe. Sorry I can't be of more help with that.

yes this

here's a recipe i love it's filling as hell

actually i don't know if it would last you all day i just really fucking love sweet potatoes

I'm putting it to the test tomorrow, I'll let you know how it goes.

Take a box of chicken broth, a can of cream of mushroom soup, mix it in a big pot with a couple cans full of water/milk until it's thinned out a bit and set it to low-med heat. Mix in chunks of carrot, celery, potato, corn, peas, onions whatever other stew veggies you have on hand, lentils, chickpeas, anything like that. Cut up some chicken (thighs, breasts, whatever you prefer in stew) and toss them in flour with whatever you like to season chicken with. Cook the chicken up in a frying pan until the meat is white right through and add it to the stew, make sure there's enough water in there to keep all the veggies and chicken and stuff covered, mix it all up, and let it simmer on top of the stove on low heat for the afternoon, add more water whenever it look like too much is evaporating off and stir frequently to keep it from burning on the bottom.

If you want dumplings, mix two cups of flour, four tsp baking soda, half a tsp salt, two tbsp butter and 3/4 of a cup milk until it's just combined and drop spoonfuls of it into the stew like half an hour before you plan on eating it.

Stew that sticks to your ribs and keeps you full, my friends.

Blarg. That did not go so well. Think next year something else is gonna have to be tried.


did you not like it or was it just not filling enough or something

Plenty filling, but didn't last anywhere near long enough. Barely made it.

What would? If you're use to eating more nothing will work. Glad you made it through : ).


well yeah honestly there's nothing that will really last you all day only a little longer than usual

you should try barely eating for awhile next time

i used to be able to go more than a day without eating just out of necessity your body eventually acclimates to it

fuck yeah poverty

It's really more of a calorie/slow digestion issue I think. Well, that and having a high enough salt content to promote water retention.
Really, it's the not drinking that's the hardest part. I think what got me this time was dehydration.

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