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  • Vegetarian meatloaf and organic cauliflower. It was wonderful.
    • Linda Joy
      Can it technically be called meatloaf without meat? And what did you use for the meat? Seitan? Soy?
  • Pizza
    • Linda Joy
      I like pizza, but I have issues with sodium so I usually make it myself. Otherwise I can only have 2 small or one large slice. Otherwise it makes me swell up. What are your favorite toppings?
  • Chicken sandwich (with lettuce, tomato, mayo), and steak fries and iced tea. (The chicken has to be the expensive fillets though, or else it's gonna be cheap and gross.)
    • Linda Joy
      I can deal with cheap chicken but it would have to be broiled and not fried and I'd have to add some heat to it some sort of pepper. Habanero, jalapeno or Cayenne. I could pass on the fries, but if I didn't they're usually best dipped in a combination of mayo ketchup and hot pepper. Sweet Tea?
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Ah...well I'm a bit lazy when it comes to cooking now. So I get a bag of frozen chicken filets, pre-breaded and cooked, and I do heat them in the oven though, at least (not the microwave) (I cook burgers in the microwave though. THAT'S lazy..and they come out awful. But I still do it. Lazy, lazy lazy. I think it's a man thing. I once tried cooking something at 550 degrees for 5 minutes, instead of 30 minutes at 300. This experiment is the one we never speak of...
  • Left overs made into a casserole with cheese and bread crumbs on top. Damn good !
    • Linda Joy
      That reminds me of my mom's combo casserole and it was very good! But I usually turn my leftovers into either soup or salad. This is mostly because it's usually hot down here and ovens will heat up a house! Of course so will soups but they don't usually have to cook as long. On the other hand it's cold where you live!
  • I had a salad for lunch and for supper I had quinoa and shrimp.
  • A lucky bag from the freezer. I make a lot of food to freeze. I have miscellaneous bags of brown stuff that I take out to defrost in the morning, then spend the day wondering what it is going to be for dinner. Tonight it was Goulash.
    • Linda Joy
      I do that too.
  • A salad and a nut bar.
    • Linda Joy
      What's a nut bar? is it like a salad bar only with nuts? Or is it like a bar made of mixed nuts?
  • Last night I went to Mr. Gaddi's Pizza. I had a really good salad, Spaghetti and meat sauce, 3 slices of pizza, with chocolate pudding and jello for desert. Tonight I will probably go to Whataburger. I eat out almost every night it is easier than going home and fixing something. Takes all my 4 hours before I have to go to bed. I get up at 4:30 AM to get to work on time. I would rather spend time reading.
    • Linda Joy
      We're opposites here.. I never eat out and I have plenty of time on my hands. But a lot of the times I'll cook in large batches and portion them up to be heated up later in the microwave which is much cooler on my kitchen. I don't like cooking much in the summer because of the Heat. So often I'll just have a sandwich, salad, smoothie, piece of fruit or some veggies. Eating cold is good in the summer, to me anyway.
    • Thinker
      My work just makes it so much easier to just eat out. If I had lots of time and felt like spending all the time it takes to prepare a homecooked meal I would rather eat at home. I am very limited in space and ability to preserve. My home is 8 feet wide and 30 feet long.
    • Linda Joy
      Yeah, when I was a teen we (family of 4) lived in a 32'. My kitchen now is not much bigger.
  • I skipped dinner tonight maybe tomorrow, then again maybe Friday
    • Linda Joy
      Don't like eating?
    • ARTICFOX700
      To hot today and got a late start on the day and before I knew it it was Wednesday. Try again tonight hopefully
  • i never eat it , im usually not hungry after eating lunch, im only 4ft5 and if i ate like others did i would gain a lot of weight
    • Linda Joy
      Have you ever heard of Little People of America? http://www.lpaonline.org/
    • pearllederman
      yes, ive heard of them, i even ran into a girl at the college one time that was involved with them
    • simplyhomefood
      New fad diets are always on the rise, whether they be Vegan, or Atkins, or Paleo. This may be causing you confusion, as to what diets you should adopt. There?s an on-going diet debate between the previously mentioned groups. Each diet has its own success stories, and failures.Each diet proponent will also attack other diets by showcasing failure stories. It can be hard as such, to select which diets to adopt, let alone which healthy foods you should eat.

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