*If you are eating, you may not want to read this. Thanks--The Management
I had a little PB experience a few minutes ago. I made some chicken breast last night. I coated it with Shake 'n' Bake and cornflakes and baked it in the oven. Usually this yields a yummy result. Usually I use good sized chicken breasts. Last night though the chicken breasts must have come from an Elfin Chicken bc they were small. Probably about 4 oz. So, I overcooked them and they were on the Sahara desert side (aka...dry). It gave me a little trouble last night and it took me about 40 minutes to eat one.
So, I brought one for lunch, with a side of peaches. It took me about 30 minutes to eat the chicken breast. And I could feel it sitting there...but not super uncomfy. Then I just HAD TO EAT MY SLICED PEACHES! Well, rather quickly I knew they were going to come up. Off I went to our bathroom here at work. And up them came. I should say if you have to throw up, peaches are a good way to go bc they have a nice taste to them :)
Have you noticed since you got the lapband (for those of you who have pb'd or thrown up) that a majority of the food also goes to your nose? I know its gross, but so true. And for this reason I blow the heck out of the ol' olfactory glands before swallowing again, bc if you sniff instead...bad news! Dont do it!
So I am better now.