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28 Jan 2007, 1:45 am

Raw artichokes. At least one per day when it's the season.



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28 Jan 2007, 1:49 am

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I eat just about anything.

I like the Weight Watcher's Smart Ones and Lean Cuisine thingies. being in college. they make a good midnight meal.


When I was on my diet, I forced myself to eat them--how's that for resilience?

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28 Jan 2007, 2:24 am

Starbuline wrote:
Gamester wrote:
I eat just about anything.

I like the Weight Watcher's Smart Ones and Lean Cuisine thingies. being in college. they make a good midnight meal.


Those things actually taste good? On the other hand those Special K bars are good.


i recommend sesame chicken...that sounded like small talk...*shudders*


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28 Jan 2007, 2:26 am

Mac-n-Cheese



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28 Jan 2007, 2:26 am

tinky wrote:
Starbuline wrote:
Gamester wrote:
I eat just about anything.

I like the Weight Watcher's Smart Ones and Lean Cuisine thingies. being in college. they make a good midnight meal.


Those things actually taste good? On the other hand those Special K bars are good.


i recommend sesame chicken...that sounded like small talk...*shudders*


Ahh!! !!



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28 Jan 2007, 3:39 am

Pancakes, pizza and ice-cream - not at the same time though.



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28 Jan 2007, 4:22 am

i love Tuna Mornay im eating it atm and it is spactacular, very healthy oh and u used to love pepsi untill i became sick from drinking 3-4 litres a day hehehehe red bull is nice but never drink seven after new years eve just before going on a 14 hour bus trip(it messes with your mind)



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28 Jan 2007, 4:44 am

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General Tso's Chicken!
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General Tso's is good - most places always serve it with broccoli - is that to atone for eating something so sugary and greasy? Never saw the point myself - anything Hakka Chinese (Indian-style) is really good if I like Chinese, otherwise it really depends on my mood.



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28 Jan 2007, 5:31 am

Sausage, the spicier the better, chorizo is my current favorite.


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28 Jan 2007, 5:54 am

Sunday tea: Roast chicken/lamb/pork/beef, boiled potatoes, carrots with some gravy. Beetroot or spring onions are optional. :)



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28 Jan 2007, 6:29 am

Mayo. Best Foods (AKA Hellmans), but I've also got a box of Heinz packets (since I can't find it in a jar). The two are distinctly different. BF is pretty acidic. Heinz is a little sweeter, and has onion in it.

I'm also a vinegar fan. I think in general I like sour things the best. Sour cream, for example.



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28 Jan 2007, 8:37 am

There's a pizza place near my dad's house that has great pizza, and great tuna salad. I always eat the two together.


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28 Jan 2007, 9:00 am

I like chicken and pork chops, fruits and vegetables, pasta, rice and small amounts of bread.



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28 Jan 2007, 10:51 am

Beef burgers, all sorts of chocolate, chips,


Too many to mention without turning it into a comprehensive list. :lol:


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28 Jan 2007, 10:56 am

German and Italian food.

As far as snack food goes, my favorite is Cheetos.