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Old 11-04-2004, 12:32 PM   #11
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energy definately dictates what you eat... good call, GB.
if i have it in me, we'll have an extremely impressive meal, complete with monogrammed linen napkins and fine wine, but if i'm really tired, saltines and coors light are about the best you can expect.

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Old 11-04-2004, 12:36 PM   #12
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I love cereal, i could eat all day long...normally I skip breakfast, I try not to because I have a 3 yr old and i dont want her to get into that habit. So if i do eat it then it is something along the lines of bread, cheese, tea or coffee if i can take the acid indegestion it gives me :(

Lunch is leftovers from dinner the night before or salad.

I like cooking so i make lots of different stuff for dinner, growing up our main staple was white rice almost every night...i still love it but wont make it every night! :D

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Old 11-04-2004, 04:35 PM   #13
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do you eat typical meals?

I ALWAYS eat breakfast. I ALWAYS drink coffee in the morning. About five times a week I like cereal and orange juice with my coffee as breakfast.

For lunch I sometimes eat leftovers - leftovers from the previous night's dinner. Sometimes I do the dashboard-dining-thing (I eat lunch while driving) and I pack in a large baggie some slices of fruit and/or vegetables with nuts or sometimes a banana and a sandwich. If I'm eating at home I more often than not eat a sandwich but sometimes I'll eat some canned soup or some homemade bean soup.

For dinner we have a casserole with a salad or meat, fish, poultry entree with a vegetable. Some recent dinner menus - chili and cornbread, or hamburgers with green beans and sherbert, or chicken cooked with noodles and peas, or shepherd's pie with a salad........

Sometimes I make part of my dinner in the morning ie. if we have salmon patties I assemble the patties and refrigerate them or I cook rice I'll use later or I make a jello salad in the morning. I've already put together a meatloaf for tomorrow night's dinner so I'm preparing twenty four hours ahead of time our entree.

Here's what I had to eat today. (You decide if I'm a "typical" eater...) I had French toast with maple syrup, orange juice, and coffee for breakfast. For lunch I had leftover tuna, pasta, mayo, egg, and pea salad - we had it last night for dinner with apple juice for my beverage. I ate some leftover-from-last-night bowl of apple, pineapple, and orange slices. For dinner I made some pork with rice and onions in barbecue sauce along with steamed broccoli, cauliflower, and red onions and for a beverage I drank some milk.
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Old 11-04-2004, 04:41 PM   #14
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you sound like a typical eater to me, honeybee!
in contrast to you, i had freeze-pops, 1/2 a can of Ensure, then i finished the Ensure. i had started to make parmesan and parslied angelhair, but got full and stashed it in the fridge.
i don't eat very normally. :)

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