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    In a vegetarian diet, you have to eat foods rich in iron and protein to keep yourself healthy - broccoli, pulses, beans, etc.

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    So far I haven't had any health issues on my Veggie Diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    In a vegetarian diet, you have to eat foods rich in iron and protein to keep yourself healthy - broccoli, pulses, beans, etc.
    Nah, ****. Rarely eat any of that **** and I'm perfectly fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Nah, ****. Rarely eat any of that **** and I'm perfectly fine.
    So, I get called a **** for suggesting a healthy diet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Nah, ****. Rarely eat any of that **** and I'm perfectly fine.
    what is your diet?

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    Cheetos ?

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    I like samosa chat (for fast food), one of my favorite Indian snacks, especially when served with some yogurt dressing. (Yum!)
    But for a main course, nothing beats the Shahi Hyderabadi Dum Biryani. Absolutely love it!
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    I almost never eat fast food. I used to like KFC though when I was younger. (Most Australians love their KFC/McDonalds).

    These days if I want something I usually cook it for myself. Cheaper that way and less chance of food poisoning.

    P.S. Vegetarians are weird (that's right Oscar, you're weird). I dunno how you can exist without meat. Meat is num num delish.

    Chicken, pork, beef, lamb are my favs.
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    THANK YOU CSB! Couldnt live without meat

    And i know what your getting at with the food poisonings, whenever i say i like kfc kids go "You will get brain damage"

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    Brain damage? Nah, just stomach bugs and stuff.

    Although on rare occasions you might get a dose of salmonella. Occasionally after going to KFC/McDonalds you'll end up sick for a day or so. Mostly it's ok, but it's expensive when you compare it to the price of buying chips & chicken and frying them at home.

    And yeah, I couldn't live without meat. Roast pork.
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    Kfc tons more expensive then Maccas

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    Than* and yeah but KFC does better chicken IMO.

    None of that matters to me any more, since I just cook it at home when I want it anyway.
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    how do you cook it, I could get my grandma to cook it

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    It's pretty easy. You get solidified animal fat (from the supermarket) put it in a saucepan. But the chips/chicken/whatever you wanna deep fry in a metal basket with a handle.

    You heat up the fat until it's nice and hot and then you put them stuff you wanna fry in it until it's cooked.

    You can buy bags of chips and stuff from supermarkets or a wholesaler for cheap.
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    ^CSB, do you live alone?

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    thanks Ill try it on monday or sunday (Queens birthday public holiday!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    ^CSB, do you live alone?
    Nope. But I do stuff for myself.

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    thanks Ill try it on monday or sunday (Queens birthday public holiday!)
    No problem... have an adult there to make sure you don't burn the house down or burn yourself.
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    Knowing me ill burn myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Rager View Post
    what is your diet?
    Carbohydrates

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    thanks Ill try it on monday or sunday (Queens birthday public holiday!)
    Did you have a holiday this week for the queens diamond jubilee?
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    on monday pupil free day

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    ^ Good times

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSB View Post
    No problem... have an adult there to make sure you don't burn the house down or burn yourself.
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    So, you cook for yourself and don't share it with your family?

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    ^ Well I only cook enough for me. Plus I only live with my parents and we basically can't stand each other. So no I don't share with them and they don't share with me.

    They're pretty ****ty parents the more I think about it.
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    Awwwww...that's okay Things could be worse...

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    Indeed they could.

    I'm not complaining, I just don't have anything more to do with them than I absolutely have to. In a way I can't wait to finish Uni and move out. Only reason I still live at home is 'cause it's so much cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSB View Post
    ^ Well I only cook enough for me. Plus I only live with my parents and we basically can't stand each other. So no I don't share with them and they don't share with me.

    They're pretty ****ty parents the more I think about it.
    you don't call your parents ****ty. They are the reason you are here posting on Cricfire. How could you?

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    How do you figure man?
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    I'll punch you into senses right now if you were standing in front of me.

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