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Ate: quesadilla with jalapeno and bell peppers, onion, garlic, chicken, and cheeses.

Eating: coffee with milk. 

Will eat: I'm planning to make sweet potato waffles for supper and serve them with various fruits and nuts. Might squeeze some oranges into juice. We've got too many. 

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Breakfast: a spinach omelette with pepperjack cheese, with a side of blueberries.

Lunch: A Buffalo Chicken Vegitarian Patty with oven roasted potatoes, with more fruit.

Dinner: a homemade fish filet sandwhich

 

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Today for lunch I had fried chicken with rice, for dinner I had croissant oregano with cheese and lentil soup.

 

On 7/7/2021 at 9:53 AM, Ashvazdanghe said:

food products which also there is hadith about too much eating of meat , causes hardening 

So if we eat meat everyday for 40 days our heart will be hardening? Or if we don’t eat meat for 40 days? Or both?

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I made sweet potato waffles and maple whipped cream. Unfortunately, I shook the whipped cream too much and exploded it all over myself and my kitchen much to the amusement of my family. Fortunately, there was still enough to put on our waffles - which were delicious.

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Today for lunch I had 2 beef patty with rice, for dinner I had 1 and a half mushakal sandwich and orange juice.

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Yesterday for lunch I had beef white beans stew with rice, for dinner I had diet cola with fries, 3-4 pieces of kubba and I had fatoush as well.

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I had a piece of chicken for breakfast, then I went out to my garden and harvested a lot of herbs, of which I, naturally, also ate some. As usual I had coffee with milk. 

I have a large pot of already cooked rice with peas that I plan to serve for supper. It is lightly seasoned. Any suggestions for how to make it more appealing and what to add to make it an entire meal? (Maybe more veggies, some peanuts, soy sauce, and egg?)

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I fasted for 17 hours, today for lunch I ate grilled chicken with rice, for dinner I had 1 cheese fatayer and half zatar Fatayer.

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I really love intermittent fasting, I think I started understanding what my body wants. Today my mother made stuffed zucchini, I had it for lunch. For dinner I had mushakal sandwich with few pieces of felafel. My encourage u guys to try mushakal sandwich.

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Alhamdulillah, I’ve lost 2kg from intermittent fasting and walking. I’m so happy. Started on July 1.
 

Today I will fast because tomorrow is eid al adha. Today for lunch I had fried fish with rice, papadum bread and 7up. For suhoor I had arayes with yogurt, I had few pieces of potato kibbeh.

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Some gora dude posted this on twitter and I had to share. First the menu:

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This is what the £25 (US$34)  dish looks like:

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We're being robbed in London. It would be 2-3x that price.

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^ I paid $90 for less than half that much for my family the other day. We're being robbed in Southeastern Virginia too. 

Looks good though. If I'm ever in Bradford I know where to go. 

 

On closer inspection, I suspect forced perspective. 

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3 hours ago, Haji 2003 said:

Some gora dude posted this on twitter and I had to share. First the menu:

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This is what the £25 (US$34)  dish looks like:

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We're being robbed in London. It would be 2-3x that price.

Looks so yummy, enjoy ur meal brother. 

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Today for iftar I had chicken with rice, for dinner which was after 5 hrs, I had chapati and cheese Samosa.

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Coffee tastes so bad, why ppl like it? I prefer tea or tea with milk.

Today I had my lunch with my cousin, we ate grilled chicken with rice, I ate some French fries and fried bread too with it. For dinner I ordered from one restaurant called elevation burger, I had a voucher so I wanted to us it before it gets expired. I order 2 beef patty with fries. 

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Today for lunch I had fried chicken with rice and Laban, for dinner my elder sister invited us because she got her first salary, alhamdulillah she is becoming a successful girl, I am so proud of her. My younger brother and sister wanted Hardees so that’s what we got, in the end my father paid for the meals :hahaha:

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am I the only one here that loves the food that Allah has ordained nature to give us? Fruits, meat, vegetables.

I have noticed that we are heading more towards processed and unnatural food like artificial sweetners, fast food, all kinds of additives genetically modified organism gmo.

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16 hours ago, slavelight said:

am I the only one here that loves the food that Allah has ordained nature to give us? Fruits, meat, vegetables.

No, definitely not. But real food costs more money and time than processed food. 

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6 hours ago, notme said:

No, definitely not. But real food costs more money and time than processed food. 

sadly yes it cost more money, time wise I wouldnt mind.

unfortunately good food is only available for prosperous families and not the average joe or poor and needy. Because they cost a lot more. For example organic food can cost 5+ times more than conventional or gmo food.

This is the world we live in :(

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6 hours ago, notme said:

No, definitely not. But real food costs more money and time than processed food. 

Masoor ki Dahl costs about 10 cents an ounce near where you are (I think):

https://www.lidl.com/products/1179073

Add some spices and rice and you are good to go for a few meals in a week. Now it may be more expensive than a Domino's pizza, but Americans have been trained over time to value money over health.

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Today for dinner and lunch I had beef and vegetables stew with rice.

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2 hours ago, Haji 2003 said:

Masoor ki Dahl costs about 10 cents an ounce near where you are (I think):

https://www.lidl.com/products/1179073

Add some spices and rice and you are good to go for a few meals in a week. Now it may be more expensive than a Domino's pizza, but Americans have been trained over time to value money over health.

I'm a stay-at-home mom, so I've got time, and both my parents liked to cook from scratch so I learned from them. (They don't use spices though - you know white people - so I've had to learn that on my own.) I'm more privileged than some to know how to and have time to cook. Yes, lots of different kinds of beans are inexpensive, healthy, and versatile. People my age whose parents didn't cook while they were around might have no idea what to do with them. 

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We had spinach and tomato pesto pasta and garlic bread. I had a recipe to make the sauce from scratch, but while checking my cabinet for herbs I found some pesto sauce that needed to be used before it expires, so I used that. If was acceptable. Next time I'll use the recipe. 

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On 7/31/2021 at 9:00 PM, Diaz said:

Coffee tastes so bad, why ppl like it? I prefer tea or tea with milk.

Everyone's tastes are different. I like coffee with milk, and I also like tea with nothing in it. 

 

Last night we had egg, avocado, and tomato sandwiches. We're having a 97% vegetarian meals month. So far nobody has complained of the lack of meat, but we've only finished day 4. Tonight's plan is macaroni and cheese with peas. 

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I just had a vegetarian casserole thing that my mom makes. It's fake ground beef, cream of mushroom soup, tater tots and cheese. Surprisingly good for being so simple.

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Today I had fried kofta with rice and fries for lunch, for dinner I had leftover stuffed grape leaves and stuffed cabbage, both of them were vegetarian. 
 

edit:- I’ve been craving iced peach tea from costa coffee, it taste so good. I think my addiction to fruits tea is going to start soon :cryhappy:

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I forgot about this topic! 

Last night we had a family favorite: oatmeal buffet. In addition to oats, I got our blueberries, peaches, raisins, dried cranberries, dried pineapple, cinnamon, pecans, applesauce, maple syrup, honey, and whipped cream. Everyone put wherever they wanted on their oats and was content. 

Right now I'm having coffee with milk. 

Plan for tonight's supper is beans and rice, but I've not yet decided on seasoning/flavor. All suggestions will be considered (if I see them before I start cooking.)

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Today for lunch I had Chinese food, beef with vegetables and fried rice with a little bit of meat and chicken. For dinner I had beef shawarma with fries, coleslaw and cola.

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I had a taco with ground turkey, lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream, and hot sauce, then I went to a cooking club meeting at the public library, where the spice being discussed was dill so I had some havarti with dill, crackers, and vegetables with dill cream dip. 

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Today for lunch I had vegetable stew with rice, for dinner I had baked chicken with rice and chicken flavor soup. 

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I had some Thai basil and vegetable dumplings with peanut sauce. Five stars -  Would have again. And salad of lettuce, tomato, green onion, and serrano pepper. 

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