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Cupcakes and Cashmere's Food Diary Includes McDonald's Fries

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Lifestyle blogger Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere fame shared what she ate in one week for Grub Street, and it's very carb and sweet-intensive—with a little kale in there for good measure. She wants to make it clear that she did, in fact, eat all these things:

My diet hasn't changed much since getting pregnant. It was absurd how much I ate before, and now that I'm pregnant I feel like I have a little bit more leeway. I've always been a big eater, but I am good with my portion sizes ... That "You Did Not Eat That" is pretty much the funniest thing. My friends said, "People would be horrified if they knew that you are only posting, like, an eighth of what you are really eating." I get most excited about food. All of my favorite memories are encapsulated around food. And then that came out and I was like, "Dude, you suck." Girls shame other girls by making false accusations. It's like, what's the point?

Schuman begins every day with a "super-boring old-lady breakfast, which is Kashi Go Lean cereal with dried sour cherries and a cup of decaf coffee." The rest of her week includes things like homemade peppermint ice cream, Halloween cookie dough, lobster roll and chili-crab toast, McDonald's fries, chicken tortilla soup, meatloaf sandwiches, pumpkin pie, peanut butter banana smoothies, cheeseburgers, and coleslaw. Is it lunch time yet?
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