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Ate/Eating/Will Eat?

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1 hour ago, Diaz said:

Today for dinner and lunch I had Alfredo pasta. I cooked it, pasta is definitely the easiest thing to cook.

There is a really easy and tasty classic Italian pasta, garlic, chilli & olive oil.

You basically fry of the garlic and chilli (fresh or dry) in some normal oil, once it is cooked you chuck in your boiled pasta and toss it a bit, then take it off the heat and drizzle in olive oil. You can also add some Italian herb or oregano at the same time as the pasta for extra flavour.

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Today for lunch I had tuna stew with rice, for dinner I had 1 hamburger and 1 chicken burger with diet cola and fries.

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Today I had McDonald, I ordered family meal for 4, had a chicken Big Mac with fries, nuggets and red Fanta. For dinner I had fried egg with side dish (cheese, grilled olives, labneh and cucumber).

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Yesterday for lunch I had Mujadara, for dinner I had Chicken Shawarma with fries and diet cola.

Today I had kofta, for dinner I had leftover shawarma with fries and diet cola.

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Today for lunch I ordered Burger King, I had double chicken royale with fries and cola, for dinner I had leftover jolliebee (Asian restaurant) and leftovers chicken sandwich from fries and burger, I had it with diet cola.

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1 hour ago, hasanhh said:

The halal part.

boney appee-tie-tee :eat:

l think my French is correct.

Brother, I live in Muslim country, only halal food is available. I’m clarifying from now. No alcohol, only halal bacon is available.

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l just had a hot, right-out-of-the-oven chicken breast spiced with black pepper, oregano, bazil, and a smidgen of cayenne; made into a sandwich with tomatoe, onion, lettuce and cheese on a rye bun.

Half a cola.

Followed by, ahamduallah, a fluttering belch.

:coffee:"That was good. Now, coffee and some S.C."

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Today for lunch and dinner I had stuffed zucchini with some beef with cheese fatayer. After dinner I had strawberry ice cream.

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1 minute ago, hasanhh said:

Salam,

Squash, like celery, is a vegetable that has a higher salt content other vegetables. 

Commercial products dump a lot of salt into things.

Noted, thanks brother. Actually last week my mom went to the hospital because she didn’t feel well, it turn out her doc said she skip salt completely, that’s why the food I eat mostly are tasteless and I was confused above when you said that I have a high salt diet. 

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1 minute ago, Diaz said:

Noted, thanks brother. Actually last week my mom went to the hospital because she didn’t feel well, it turn out her doc said she skip salt completely, that’s why the food I eat mostly are tasteless and I was confused above when you said that I have a high salt diet. 

When "low salt diet" became a mantra in the mid-1970s it was a phenomena. Talk shows, national news, print media . . . for at least two years.

Other than a Johny Carson joke, what l remember best is this industrial-level food specialist being interviewed. Somebody whose career was processed foods and public health. He said that the salt in canned and packaged foods was not only "unnecessary", but it was used "to hide a bad product".

He also said something like; our foods being so saturated with salt, we expect that taste and many people will salt their already over salted food from a shaker.

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4 hours ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

A handful of these bad boys for a snack when I don’t have time to eat.

They are also a lifesaver when you turn up starving at 11pm in a hotel and they're in the bedroom minibar price US$10. So you think to yourself, 'it's ok I'm probably saving money since a proper dinner may have cost a few dollars more'.

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Today,

I had eggs for breakfast,

Currently drinking water and remembering the Thirst of Imam al Husayn (عليه السلام),

I don't know what I want to eat next.

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Today I ate the leftover beef with cheese fatayer, I had only 2 pieces and then I ate 2 mini Nutella fatayer. For dinner I had sticky rice (yummy) with beef and noodles.

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I had dates and eggs for breakfast,

I am drinking water and remembering the thirst of Imam al Husayn (عليه السلام),

Hopefully I'll have a Subway Tuna sandwich later

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l found this stuff called a 'wrap'. So l bought some --for 35 cents-- and then called my little sister on what to do with it.

She said use only one-at-a-time since it ain't a sandwich bread, put some veggies in it, roll it up and you have something like a hot-dog on a bun.

So l put cole slaw, olives, pickles and cheese on it a roll it up. 

When l tried to eat it, most of it fell on the floor.:ranting:

Added: l made a second one ten minutes ago, lt dripped a lot. :cry:

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One of the French television stations (BFM tv) had a great little Lebanese political history feature, which I saw on Twitter and then clicked away from it and now its nowhere to be seen.

Anyway searching for it, I came across this really nice Lebanese/Indian restaurant a few miles away from where I live:

 

 

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Today for lunch I had chicken with rice, for dinner I had halal pizza from Pizza Hut. I ate 2 slices or halal pepperoni pizza and 2 or 3 (can’t remember) slices of Halal super supreme pizza with wedges and orange Fanta. 

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Now that l finished that dumb 'wrap' bread, l earlier had a chopped cabbage, olive, tomatoe and cheese on whole-wheat, normal bread sandwich.

Back to that 'wrap' cwap. l do not understand why people sit around and try to think up messy or sloppy foods. lt is not just the mess, it is also the waste.

l am going to eat, inshallah, a chicken sandwich.

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11 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Back to that 'wrap' cwap

Recently I had a whole bunch of chopped lettuce and onion. There is no way it would 'fit' inside a sandwich. But laid out in a row and topped with mince meat it was a great way to demolish a large quantity of salad, with meat being used as a condiment.

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