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    Senior Member mr_coffee's Avatar
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    hah I don't have massive mouth either, and they weren't that big, I just was afraid to bite half of it and it all fall apart and all the japense people would laugh at me and call me a crippple face :P

    If they have quail eggs i'll have to try them! Does it taste like swallowing raw eggs?

    My g/f wants me to try the eel, for me not liking sea food that much I sure do love sushi! wee!
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    I can't eat it anymore, too much iodine in the seaweed, lights my thyroid up like a Christmas tree. I really miss it...

    The wasabi/ginger/soy sauce is the best taste combo ever. I love how wasabi blows the brains out the back of my head too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by betheny
    I can't eat it anymore, too much iodine in the seaweed, lights my thyroid up like a Christmas tree. I really miss it...

    is that at SCI related problem? I've heard of iodine deficiency causing goiter, but I guess that's the opposite.

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    Nah, it's from Graves disease, I don't think SCI related. It's my immune system going crazy, attacking my thyroid, which makes the thyroid overactive. I have a bit of a goiter. It's mainly caused by stress I think (and that could be the SCI connection!)

    I'm trying to starve it out by restricting iodine.

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