General Discussion: What are you eating today?


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trailofdavid
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6334 posts since 14/8/09

2 Nov 2014 22:29
Yeah, its great Carl

Doug, thats Manze's
carl lewis
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23623 posts since 14/10/04

2 Nov 2014 22:49
Defo going to check it, cheers.
themistake
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10511 posts since 20/2/06

3 Nov 2014 08:42
carl lewis wrote: Anyone reached?

http://pieburycorner.com/

http://www.fuk.co.uk/threads/what_are_you_eating_today_0/165/

Rez
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7935 posts since 5/4/09

4 Nov 2014 14:15
Trying to eat less red meat/meat in general. Anyone got any decent vegetarian recipes for stuff?
Kadafi39
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1561 posts since 30/10/09

4 Nov 2014 14:41
Just limit red meat to once/twice a week and even then stick to clean red meat, no sausages, bacon, reformed or sliced meats.
Eat more fresh fish and chicken breast. I dont even feel like ive eaten if there isnt some sort of meat in a meal.
Rez
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7935 posts since 5/4/09

4 Nov 2014 14:41
That doesn't look like a recipe does it Kadafi.
oldgregg
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5 Nov 2014 16:44
figurine
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5664 posts since 14/5/07

5 Nov 2014 16:45
Those nachos look so good Dag
Mike Hunt
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1671 posts since 6/6/03

5 Nov 2014 16:52
A smorgasbord of delights.
diederik
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posted 5 Nov 2014 17:04, edited 5 Nov 2014 17:04
Rez wrote: Trying to eat less red meat/meat in general. Anyone got any decent vegetarian recipes for stuff?

Eating red meat maybe 3-4x per month only, eating vegetarian now probably 3 days a week.

Many Asian (Thai/Indian/etc) dishes are perfect without meat, like (sweet/regular) potato massaman or chickpea curry, couscous with feta/sundried tomatoes, or just simple fish/sea food dishes - like salmon from the oven or mussels which takes like 5 minutes to prepare. There are so many options out there.
I have no intention to become full vegetarian, I love meat - but just rather eat red meat only a few times per month and have proper quality steak/lamb/etc, rather than eating shit quality meat all the time.

Edit: Still no recipes though but just google the above Laughing out loud
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

5 Nov 2014 17:09
pm bill
Rez
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posted 5 Nov 2014 17:17, edited 5 Nov 2014 17:17
Diederik thanks for that, am doing it for those exact reasons so good to hear others are thinking like that. Have no ambition to go fully veggie.
oldgregg
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6272 posts since 13/4/02

6 Nov 2014 22:15
themistake wrote: the butcher is very average, pokey tables and the guy that runs it is a complete dick.

Was gonna rebute this although a little bit late, think owner/guy running it is golden, went there when holland played brazil so streets were blocked and the place was crazy packed. Brought a 5 five year old, a 7 year old and a 12 months baby in a big ass pram, guy cleared a table from local hipsters pretty hashshly in an instant, was extremely tentative on how to cook the kids burgers and comped all of my bavarias. Good people in my book.
oldgregg
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6 Nov 2014 22:21
brilliant
and these fukers will take a shit on any local when it comes to mayhem
oldgregg
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6 Nov 2014 22:53
diederik wrote:
Rez wrote: Trying to eat less red meat/meat in general. Anyone got any decent vegetarian recipes for stuff?

Eating red meat maybe 3-4x per month only, eating vegetarian now probably 3 days a week.

Many Asian (Thai/Indian/etc) dishes are perfect without meat, like (sweet/regular) potato massaman or chickpea curry, couscous with feta/sundried tomatoes, or just simple fish/sea food dishes - like salmon from the oven or mussels which takes like 5 minutes to prepare. There are so many options out there.
I have no intention to become full vegetarian, I love meat - but just rather eat red meat only a few times per month and have proper quality steak/lamb/etc, rather than eating shit quality meat all the time.

Edit: Still no recipes though but just google the above Laughing out loud

Whats up with the "shit quality vs proper quality meat?" Getting local meat is waaay easier than getting local produced veggies, I do a 2 day fast every week with cold pressed local veggies, for that price i could as easily be getting imported wagyu, good veggies are expensive yo!
oldgregg
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6272 posts since 13/4/02

6 Nov 2014 22:56
like the fast colors (no bill), gazpacho and sharon fruit dessert
Kadafi39
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6 Nov 2014 23:18
Rez wrote: That doesn't look like a recipe does it Kadafi.

Good advice is much better than anything you can do with a few vegetables.
inversesquare
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6663 posts since 7/6/08

7 Nov 2014 00:54
(no homo)
breck
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939 posts since 5/3/09

7 Nov 2014 11:50
what juicer do you use joe?
trailofdavid
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7 Nov 2014 12:12
Rez wrote: Trying to eat less red meat/meat in general. Anyone got any decent vegetarian recipes for stuff?

I know you mentioned veggie recipes, but have you thought about more fish? Stuff like fish cakes, seared tuna, one pot fish stews arw so easy and quick.

As for veggie dishes, I probably have 4-5 a week. Recently off the top of my head

White bean and kale stew
Sweet potato, chickpea and spinach curry
5 bean chilli
Wild mushroom peal barley risotto
Quinoa and prawn paella
Salad of pearl barley, roasted squash, feta and walnuts

Bbc good food website is a great starting point and there are millions of blogs around