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    Default Vaping Dessert Flavors and/or eating Real Desserts

    Does vaping dessert flavors curb the urge to actually eat a real dessert? Or Does vaping dessert flavors make you crave a real dessert more?


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    I find that as long as i have something to vape then it makes me keep from eating, I have Watermelon and strawberrys and cream however trying to find a better more flavor Strawberry. Vaping has keep me from snacking lots. I just getting tired my flavors needing new ones to try

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    I find that the desert vapes satisfy my sweet tooth that went out of control when I used to even try to cut back on the smokes

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    Vaping satisfies my sweet tooth, but I find myself craving crunchy, salty stuff instead. Somebody needs to make some tortilla chip and salsa juice.
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    I tend to swallow the vapor of dessert flavors, so I leave them alone.



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    For the 1st month or so I exclusively vaped liqua tiramisu. Now I cant touch the stuff.
    Still a pudding fan, and must agree, it helps to curb eating actual sweet stuff!
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    Absolutely curbs sweet cravings. There's nothing like a sweet vape after a meal or something salty. But I agree there should be more or any salty flavors. Why not? They could be good....I think.

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    It definitely curbs my snacking. I'm a big peanut and almond guy but I eat way less of them now that I vape. I also eat less sweet snacks now. A little Custard's Last Stand or Belgian Chocolate and I'm golden.




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    I bought sweet flavors for the specific purpose of replacing desserts and candy.

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    For the first time ever when trying to quit smoking, I've actually lost weight instead of gaining it! Purely because I vape tobaccos at work and desert/sweet/fruits at home. I can certainly replace deserts with vaping. The most satisfying so far for a desert has been cheezy lemon from LT Ecigs here in the UK. A genuine cream cheesy lemon with plenty of crust flavour too!

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