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What Are You Eating Right Now?
5 March 2014
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fabfouremily
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You're turning into one, have you noticed? :)

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

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5 March 2014
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its all popcorn for me

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5 March 2014
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fabfouremily said
You're turning into one, have you noticed? :)

lol @fabfouremily 

@Von Bontee  is turning into an apple!

 

5 March 2014
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"You are what you eat", I guess.

One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" -- Paul McCartney
6 March 2014
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Well, if I am what I eat, then I am a Peanut Butter and Chocolate Granola Bar from Quaker. brian-epstein

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6 March 2014
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I'm a toaster waffle.

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6 March 2014
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Annadog40 said
its all popcorn for me

Speaking of which, over the weekend, I tried a newish popcorn called 479° after I saw it in the snack area of my hair salon. After some searching, I found a sale at a Ralph's on two bags, so I tried the White Cheddar + Black Truffle and Toasted Sesame + Seaweed. The first flavor was meh, the truffle overwhelmed the cheese. But I really liked the second one, it had subtle sweetness. So I might try another flavor if I can hunt it down again. It's difficult enough to find, I think it's hilarious they even bother with limited edition flavors.

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6 March 2014
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For lunch, my boss bought Chinese food for me and my workmates for completing a big project before the looming deadline.

(I had the steamed shrimp, chicken and beef with mixed vegetables (that's all in one dish), white rice, and a hot & sour soup, btw...)

7 March 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Good work

I'm eating Birthday Cake Pop-Tarts. Good stuff.

7 March 2014
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Just had a granola bar. Now waiting for dinner. A casserole with pasta, courgettes, cheese, ham and some other stuff. Sounds kind of lame but it's nice.

7 March 2014
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Was given a piece of Madeira cake to try. Now i don't like Madeira cake as its always bone dry and somehow manages to have zero taste yet leaves a revolting after-taste that is nigh-on impossible to get rid off, but was told, even reassured, that this was totally different due to the use of certain ingredients over others - buttermilk being one. 

After eating said piece of cake i can say that it was bone dry, had zero taste and yet I now have a revolting after-taste in my mouth that won't go away. 

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7 March 2014
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I had to google it, and still don't really know what it is as I get pictures of a thousand different kinds of cake. 

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Linde said
I had to google it, and still don't really know what it is as I get pictures of a thousand different kinds of cake. 

And a recipe.

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10 March 2014
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Making my very own Apple chutney for the first time ever, been boiling for nearly 5 hours and its not too bad taste-wise. apple01 

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11 March 2014
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I am never eating anything when I see this thread.

"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon
11 March 2014
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meanmistermustard said
Making my very own Apple chutney for the first time ever, been boiling for nearly 5 hours and its not too bad taste-wise. apple01 

I got into making chutneys over Christmas, and I really enjoyed it (both the making and the eating). I found it easier to do than jam, as you can make it with pretty much any fruit and/or vegetable(s) you like.

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I am never eating anything when I see this thread.

That's not a really bad thing, as we're told we're not meant to eat in front of the computer. Something I need to pay more attention to.

 

Moving along in our God given ways, safety is sat by the fire/Sanctuary from these feverish smiles, left with a mark on the door.

(Passover - I. Curtis)

11 March 2014
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Popcorn lots and lots of popcorn

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fabfouremily said

meanmistermustard said
Making my very own Apple chutney for the first time ever, been boiling for nearly 5 hours and its not too bad taste-wise. apple01 

I got into making chutneys over Christmas, and I really enjoyed it (both the making and the eating). I found it easier to do than jam, as you can make it with pretty much any fruit and/or vegetable(s) you like.

 

I'm getting into the habit of making my own stuff over shop-bought brands as its far healthier and just better for you (no hidden or unnecessary ingredients). For years we bought the regular supermarket brands of bread before moving to the loafs you get out of the bakers and now i just make it with a bread machine. You can also make jams/purees in the bread machine which are quite delicious, as long as you have around 500g of fruit you're fine, and it takes away the hassle of having to do it yourself. The difference is incredible in the taste as its not been pumped with crap to make it last longer on the shelves.

With the better weather moving in there is a greater selection of fruit available from the fruit and veg seller so will be experimenting. Not had gooseberry jam in years so that is definitely on the cards. 

 

To get back on topic i'm currently drinking a glass of orange juice.

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16 March 2014
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I just ate some tasty veggie quesadillas, and now Im drinking a pale ale called # 9.

"This Beatles talk bores me to death." --John Lennon
16 March 2014
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I tried out the mushroom mochi balls from Trader Joe's. Really good - like dumplings.

I'll also have some of a dish that I created of blackberries and feta cheese. Very random combination I thought I'd try, and now I'm hooked!

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