Mandylou21 Posted January 17, 2018 Share Posted January 17, 2018 I recently posted in a FB group about a product (a nut butter blend) that I found. Totally compliant. Several people quickly labeled it "SWYPO." Can this be different for different people? This product was delicious, would not "lead me (personally) into temptation" and was great as a plated fat. I am struggling with this particular concept as, for me, pasta replacement and compliant coffee creamers make me miss the real thing (I tend to just avoid pasta-like dishes and gave up coffee since I didn't like it on its own) but this product was completely satisfying. I could maybe understand had they labeled it a "Food without brakes" but am confused how it could be SWYPO. I don't know if I am allowed to link the product. I just found it at my local grocery, read it and decided to try it on a banana - no different than an almond butter, imo. Thoughts? What am I missing about SWYPO? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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