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Firstservingman

Talk Tennis Guru
My wife doesn't do frozen meals. She is a bit of a health freak.

I myself wouldn't mind a pizza, but for that I need to be somewhere good, and right now everything is closed (or too far).


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this was just leftovers from a take out place rather than frozen. too busy today for much else and it's nearly 10pm here as well. we make do
 

Tennis_Hands

Bionic Poster
yeah thats a good strat. i put chickpeas in salad, surprisingly filling
Chickpeas with extra virgin olive oil and good quality balsamic vinegar and a baguette or ciabatta. Mmmmmmm.

We introduced massively apples in out menu. Her nutritionist suggested it. Something about the apples containing pectin and its effect on the blood sugar and cholesterol levels. The real effect is that after eating salads with apples one is suddenly quite full. It is fantastic.

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Firstservingman

Talk Tennis Guru
Chickpeas with extra virgin olive oil and good quality balsamic vinegar and a baguette or ciabatta. Mmmmmmm.

We introduced massively apples in out menu. Her nutritionist suggested it. Something about the apples containing pectin and its effect on the blood sugar and holesterol levels. The real effect is that after eating salads with apples one is suddenly quite full. It is fantastic.

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apples are underrated and that's saying a lot cos theyre pretty highly rated. and yeah it's the pectin. fibre is magical or something im pretty sure

sadly when i want to eat healthy i'll be cooking myself, the girlfriend is perfectly happy with the pizza, or if she isn't she certainly hasn't let on
 

Tennis_Hands

Bionic Poster
apples are underrated and that's saying a lot cos theyre pretty highly rated. and yeah it's the pectin. fibre is magical or something im pretty sure

sadly when i want to eat healthy i'll be cooking myself, the girlfriend is perfectly happy with the pizza, or if she isn't she certainly hasn't let on
Apples have been a staple (we have a farm for all sorts of fruits and veggies), but we didn't use them in salads as much until the last 1-2 years. Mostly they were made in bottled nectars, jams and that sort of thing and for apple pies, baked apples and the likes. Now we need to buy, when they are not in season (like now).

When we were younger we were much busier just like you. My wife became concerned about proper eating around our first kid and ever since she has been like that, so priorities change and with that people as well. I actually find that nowadays most educated young people are much better in that regard than we were. At least that is what I see with my friends' children.

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Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Apples have been a staple (we have a farm for all sorts of fruits and veggies), but we didn't use them in salads as much until the last 1-2 years. Mostly they were made in bottled nectars, jams and that sort of thing and for apple pies, baked apples and the likes. Now we need to buy, when they are not in season (like now).

When we were younger we were much busier just like you. My wife became concerned about proper eating around our first kid and ever since she has been like that, so priorities change and with that people as well. I actually find that nowadays most educated young people are much better in that regard than we were. At least that is what I see with my friends' children.

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Only eat raw apples or applesauce. Cheap and plentiful. Dirt cheap in the fall, especially if you pick your own
 

spystud

G.O.A.T.
Popeye's taco?
Got a new one to try soon.

Taco Bell on Monday waded into the hot arena with a new menu item, the Crispy Chicken Sandwich Taco. The fast food chain will begin testing in Nashville and Charlotte on March 11, before making a nationwide debut later this year.

Unlike its competitors' sandwiches — which are typically in a bun — Taco Bell's $2.49 version is served in a puffy bread, shaped in the form of a taco. It is filled with a piece of crispy, white-meat tortilla chicken marinated in jalapeno buttermilk, and topped with a signature creamy chipotle sauce.

The taco sandwich is also seasoned with Mexican spices and rolled in a crunchy tortilla chip coating. It also comes in a spicy version, which includes crunchy jalapeño slices "for those who can take the heat," according to a statement from the company, which hinted that more chicken menu items were on the way.
 

spystud

G.O.A.T.
Hammered this today.



Got two wraps, a buffalo chicken, & crispy fish for two people. The chicken was borderline awful, WAY too much sauce. Almost like the lid came off when they were making it. I've had their buffalo chicken slider before, wasn't an issue then. Had half a wrap, it was pretty good, would eat again. Will have the fish later.
 

Ronaldo

Bionic Poster
Hammered this today.



Got two wraps, a buffalo chicken, & crispy fish for two people. The chicken was borderline awful, WAY too much sauce. Almost like the lid came off when they were making it. I've had their buffalo chicken slider before, wasn't an issue then. Had half a wrap, it was pretty good, would eat again. Will have the fish later.
Had the crispy chicken slider & potato cakes yest. Egg salad w/ritz crackers tonight.
 

MichaelNadal

Bionic Poster
Beef fried rice and wings from a chinese place, twas so damn good but this place gave a half plate of rice instead of a full one so I was hungry 2 hrs later. (Had fasted all day)
 
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