What do you eat?

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    I eat a lot of vegan, or vegetarian style food. What kind of food do you eat? I welcome your responce
     
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    I eat everything. Veggies, especially asparagus and broccoli. Beef, free range chicken, fresh fish (we catch our own), frogs, clams, Dungeness crab.
     
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    I like bowls:

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    And once in a great while, I eat:

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    Just about anything except for liver and onions and those little fish on pizza. Oh, yeah, kitties when they are in season. (wink, wink)
     
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    Havent eaten yet today, and I am STARVING!
     
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    Hardly anything that's good for me :redface:
     
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    That's not good for you. You have to maintain your metabolism at a certain rate in order to either lose weight or maintain what you've got.
     
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    I'm with you on the liver and onions thing. I could never eat that even when I was younger. I do eat meat so it's not like I'm totally meat free. I'm just very picky.
     
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    free range chicken a.k.a chicken that tried to make a break for it (get away). LOL just joking.
     
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    I like lean meats and fresh veggies. I have an occasional weakness for takeout food, but it mostly upsets my stomach. Mostly, the food I make is simple, with lots of broiling, baking, and sauteing, and without a lot of heavy, rich sauces. Spices are good, though. :) I think the "Eat This, Not That" people have a point when they say that Americans should simplify their diets and not eat foods with ingredients they don't recognize and can't pronounce.

    A typical day's meals around here run like this:

    An omelet for breakfast, made with one egg and two egg whites. The fillings include spinach, mushroom, and part-skim mozzarella or salmon, asparagus, and feta cheese.

    A Cobb salad for lunch, with dark greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion, lowfat cheddar cheese, turkey, and lemon juice, grapeseed oil, and dill.

    Broiled flank steak with chimichurri sauce for dinner. The chimichurri sauce is red wine vinegar, olive oil, and lemon juice mixed with a handful of different spices. I serve it with steamed vegetables.

    I like to snack on cherries, lowfat popcorn, stuff like that. Best thing my grandma ever did for me was get me hooked on raw produce as a snack before I got a chance to become addicted to candy and junk.
     

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