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    hotdogs - I do not like them usually,


    but someone just handed me one and it is pretty good. I put some Jalapeno mustard on it: it now has a badass quality, with an unusually good tasting hot dog.
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    I had some Jambalaya 2 times yesterday. It may have had something to do with going to a blues festival but I dunno.
    I had only had it once before that but now really like it.

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    Just had about 3 lbs of pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    Just had about 3 lbs of pizza.
    way to go fatass.

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    Sundays are my fat days

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    Sundays are my fat days
    lol, I have 7 of them a week.

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    I'm totally just posting this to see the little squirrel in my sig again...lol
    Thanks to busterranean for the pic...lol

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    I just developed pizza dough, and baked three pounds worth of pizza.

    I made mint-tea, coffee, and mango liqueurs.

    I just ate a banana.

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    What is the deal with your squirrel obsession, Cracka?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    What is the deal with your squirrel obsession, Cracka?
    No idea really, only obsessed with them here. Away from this forum they're just little fur balls that eat nuts.

    My first avatar was a squirrel so I'm just keeping with the theme I guess.

    OR

    Maybe it's deeper than that. Maybe I was molested as a child and took comfort in hanging out with squirrels that lived up in the tree out by my house, they were my only true friends that I could confide in.

    Hmm, probably not that.

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    ESFjs can be maniacal about their affection or appreciation of someone or thing... which is kind of what makes it cool about being in a relationship with one of them. When you are their favorite, they let you know
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    Lately I've been craving ramen and mexican pizzas. Every time I try to eat healthy, I get nauseas.
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    I think I've lost my appetite lately...

    Earlier today I ate at a salad bar from a restaurant which was rather good. I'm trying to cut down on my meat intake for a few months just to see what kind of affect it will have on my body; I'm also attempting to go more organic. I have noticed a slightly drastic change so far; I feel a lot more energized than I usually would, and there has also been a change in my nails, skin, and hair. I'm still taking a lot of caution to get the nutrients I need, and because I'm no longer eating meat (for the moment at least...) I've been taking daily vitamin supplements.
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    +3 for attempts at going organic.


    Once you taste real food - as in, the world beyond High Fructose Corn Syrup - you may never go back.
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    I've had a steak everyday for the last 2 weeks...minus today. Animals = food. Life is too short to eat salad and carrots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    +3 for attempts at going organic.


    Once you taste real food - as in, the world beyond High Fructose Corn Syrup - you may never go back.
    Yeah, I've noticed a bit of this already (hence, my lost appetite I'm thinking). It even feels a bit weird; the foods I once craved and savored I now feel strangely put off by.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    I've had a steak everyday for the last 2 weeks...minus today. Animals = food. Life is too short to eat salad and carrots.
    "If one oversteps the bounds of moderation, the greatest pleasures cease to please."

    I'm having braised lamb and greens tonight. Everyone's invited.
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    the steak will surely be my fondest memory after the crash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    +3 for attempts at going organic.


    Once you taste real food - as in, the world beyond High Fructose Corn Syrup - you may never go back.
    Yeah, I've noticed a bit of this already (hence, my lost appetite I'm thinking). It even feels a bit weird; the foods I once craved and savored I now feel strangely put off by.
    I found my appetite to change, not decrease.

    Some real foods are more filling. However, there may be an unusual period, because the body is so used to tasting the fats and sugars, its readjustment period for "normal" may be awkward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    the steak will surely be my fondest memory after the crash.
    There are multiple crashes being predicted in the future. Which one are you referring to? Not the one when an spaceship crashes full of crusading Vedic aliens who once they take over all of the governments of the world, their first action is to make illegal and punishable the existence of cow-factory farms?


    Organic produce does have it's slight dangers, but the quality in most cases just cannot be beat. I even prefer organic skim milk over the regular stuff.
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    an economic crash. I don't think the American service economy can last forever. We need more people with real jobs, or at least more people who realize they aren't capable of high-intelligence work and opt for labour.
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    what do you guys do for cheap/efficient/HEALTHY organic type meals?

    i've been having trouble making this work for me, at least while i still live in fast paced california/usa. no time.
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    Whole wheat pastas
    yogurts
    fruits - CA has a lovely selection of produce, it should not be hard to come by.
    Vegetables as well

    get a box of healthy cereal for snacks, especially good when mixed with yogurt.


    It is not very complicated, it is just a matter of knowing what to get and altering the choices you are used to making.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .thursday
    what do you guys do for cheap/efficient/HEALTHY organic type meals?

    i've been having trouble making this work for me, at least while i still live in fast paced california/usa. no time.
    chili dogs and peach Tampico

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    This thread reminds me that I'm hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by .thursday
    what do you guys do for cheap/efficient/HEALTHY organic type meals?

    I've been having trouble making this work for me, at least while i still live in fast paced california/usa. no time.
    Plain yogurt mixed with honey, nuts, and fruit makes the most awesome dessert/snack. Anyway, a lot of grocery stores have an organic section with lots of tasty things to choose from (though I would read the ingredients first). You just have to do a little searching until you find something good that works for you.

    As for me, I love, love, love cooking. I'm always looking for new interesting recipes to try out. Tonight I made stir fried vegetables, tofu that was stewed in a Korean marinade, and rice... Mmm, I'm stuffed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    It is not very complicated, it is just a matter of knowing what to get and altering the choices you are used to making.
    Yes, and also planning ahead, maybe a few days to a week in advance, can help you pack/store meals that you can take on the go so you don't get sidelined having to settle for whatever you can find in town for lunch.
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    also try fasting. I woke up the other day and rode my bike 15 miles before breakfast. It was exhilarating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
    Quote Originally Posted by .thursday
    what do you guys do for cheap/efficient/HEALTHY organic type meals?

    I've been having trouble making this work for me, at least while i still live in fast paced california/usa. no time.
    Plain yogurt mixed with honey, nuts, and fruit makes the most awesome dessert/snack. Anyway, a lot of grocery stores have an organic section with lots of tasty things to choose from (though I would read the ingredients first). You just have to do a little searching until you find something good that works for you.

    As for me, I love, love, love cooking. I'm always looking for new interesting recipes to try out. Tonight I made stir fried vegetables, tofu that was stewed in a Korean marinade, and rice... Mmm, I'm stuffed.
    That sounds good.

    You love, love, love cooking - is that so? I am exceptionally talented at appreciating those who love to cook.
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    ESFjs + kitchens =
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    ESFjs + kitchens =
    I agree... I like to cook but don't do it often enough... but my roomie who's also an ESE is one of the best cooks I've known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean
    er...I LIEK COLESLAW
    Never had it... I always give it away or just throw it away when I get it. I think I just never liked the way it looks or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cracka
    Quote Originally Posted by Subterranean
    er...I LIEK COLESLAW
    Never had it... I always give it away or just throw it away when I get it. I think I just never liked the way it looks or something.
    ditto... and I come from a German family even

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