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ShoeBang
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re: Do you cook meals at home?
According to the guy named after a child predator you might as well suffocate your family in their sleep if you feed them that poison


Mingo Was His NameO
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According to the guy named after a child predator you might as well suffocate your family in their sleep if you feed them that poison


Not what I said, but the fact that you are so butthurt means you have processed the facts. The first step is realizing it's a problem, congrats on your new healthier life. After a couple of weeks you won't even miss that bull shite


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the fact that you are so butthurt means you have processed the facts


not really, I just dislike sanctimonious people like yourself and currently have time to make a few posts. You may be right, but that doesn't make you stop being a pious douche.

Live a little. Enjoy good food every now and then even *gasp* once a week. It sounds like you need it.

Not eating yourself to death is easy if you aren't lazy. Focus your energy on the chick on the scooter holding up the aisle because she's breaking a sweat attempting to put that 2nd 12 pack of Mountain Dew on the conveyor.


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Live a little. Enjoy good food every now and then even *gasp* once a week. It sounds like you need it.



I do, every Sunday.


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re: Do you cook meals at home?
I cook at home no less than 5 times a week. My meals are mainly for dinner during the week and on weekends when the wife is off work I also fix breakfast for us.

After the wife leaves for work in the morning I usually pick on some fruit or munch on some leftovers from the night before and don't eat again until dinner.

We hardly ever eat fast food or take-out.


The meals I cook are stovetop, oven or grilled and prepared from scratch, usually in sufficient quantity to allow me to put some in the freezer for later use when I don't feel like cooking.

Last night I cut up and fried a whole chicken and smothered down some large diced potatoes with onions sprinkled with salt, pepper, garlic powder and smoked paprika.

Tuesday nights I leave to go play darts with some league players so I'll eat leftovers when I get back home and the wife will probably eat red beans I took out from the freezer and make some fresh rice.

I plan on cooking beef stew for tomorrow night with potatoes, carrots and peas in a rich brown gravy over rice.

I'm grilling strips of chicken breasts for Thursday and having them in a big salad of romaine, cucumber, celery, carrots, tomatoes, salad olives, green onion, sweet basil and parsley topped with a homemade salad dressing.



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LSUZombie
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No one in my house has a BMI considered to be unhealthy and my ticker / cholesterol are just fine. Enjoy your moral superiority t


If there is a thread the Keto bros can ruin, they will try.



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If there is a thread the Keto bros can ruin, they will try.



Who's a keto bro?


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You mean fresh ingredients prepared by hand by their parents? Why would I do that?


From what I've learned recently, you should be feeding your kids baconators without the bun.

You're lucky I don't go ahead and call CPS


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ShoeBang
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If there is a thread the Keto bros can ruin, they will try


I have no idea what this means. I'm a big fan of the "Make Decent Choices, Portion Control and Get Regular Exercise" diet though. From what I can tell not many people use it though.


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re: Do you cook meals at home?
Mingo, calm down man. Feeding kids rice, cereal, pasta, and bread is not going to send them to an early grave.

Feeding them chicken tenders, mcdonalds, and candy will. Hard on that, not mommy and daddy cooking homemade meals.


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LSUZombie
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I have no idea what this means. I'm a big fan of the "Make Decent Choices, Portion Control and Get Regular Exercise" diet though. From what I can tell not many people use it though.


There's a few on here who follow the keto diet and make sure to pollute every possible thread to tell you that what you are doing is wrong.

They try to passive aggressively beat you over the head with their doctrine and then get mad when you don't subject to their lifestyle.


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mommy and daddy cooking homemade meals


Which is what we should be praising and pushing for, considering many I know feed their kids junk out of convenience.


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LSUZombie
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re: Do you cook meals at home?
To answer the OP, we cook mostly at home and eat out a few times, mostly on the weekend.

I'd say 80% of meals are eaten at home and they consist of grilled meats, veggies, salads, etc. More of a Whole 30 approach for the most part.

Weekends gets hard because we are out doing things, but we make an effort to not over-order. Sunday evening is usually dinner at home to get ready for the week.


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northshorebamaman
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Everything in moderation.
Apply this to things other than food and you can see how silly it is.

asbestos.... in moderation
PCP... in moderation
huffing paint... in moderation


I'm not actually equating your food to asbestos or PCP, just objecting to the BS "everything in moderation" mantra.


LSUZombie
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Apply this to things other than food and you can see how silly it is.

asbestos.... in moderation
PCP... in moderation
huffing paint... in moderation


Well this thread has now jumped the shark


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Some things are just bad for you


Mingo Was His NameO
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Apply this to things other than food and you can see how silly it is.

asbestos.... in moderation
PCP... in moderation
huffing paint... in moderation


I'm not actually equating your food to asbestos or PCP, just objecting to the BS "everything in moderation" mantra.


The only thing that this applies to is blow, other than that you're correct


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LSUZombie
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re: Do you cook meals at home?
Eating a cup of white rice a week isn't comparable to continuous asbestos exposure.


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Eating a cup of white rice a week isn't comparable to continuous asbestos exposure.
I see the problem. You're not reading my entire posts because I said:
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I'm not actually equating your food to asbestos or PCP,


Again, for the slow people: I'm not objecting to his food, just the faulty logic of "everything in moderation".


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Mingo Was His NameO
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Eating a cup of white rice a week isn't comparable to continuous asbestos exposure.



What about eating rice on Monday, pizza on Tuesday, cereal for breakfast three days a week, a sandwich with processed deli meat and bread a couple days a week, etc, etc?


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