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Velo Vol 05-28-22 10:29 AM


Originally Posted by BillyD (Post 22522840)
If thatís not the ultimate goal then why do they do it?

Must a healthy person eat healthfully every single meal?

BillyD 05-28-22 10:44 AM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22522951)
Off to take a ride and hopefully pick up a rabbit for the grill.

You aiming to run one over or what?

BillyD 05-28-22 10:50 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22522981)
Must a healthy person eat healthfully every single meal?

You can aim for that, as a mission, as an ideal, but know damn well you won't succeed, and so not feel bad about yourself ATEOTD. :)

DougRNS 05-28-22 10:57 AM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 22522979)
I believe that people can change and occasionally give him the benefit of doubt.

#sucker

in the case of VV...

DougRNS 05-28-22 11:01 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22522948)
Donít you have a lawn to mow?

I actually have lawns to mow. I did do an hour of paperwork and an hour of weeding. Now it's time to shower and have lunch with Mrs and child. I also have promises to keep and miles to go before I sleep. Prolly...and baseball to watch!:bday:

DougRNS 05-28-22 11:02 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22522981)
Must a healthy person eat healthfully every single meal?

we've already established the vegetarian isn't necessarily healthy.

DougRNS 05-28-22 11:03 AM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22522948)
Donít you have a lawn to mow?

don't you have handlebars to wrap?:lol:

Velo Vol 05-28-22 11:13 AM


Originally Posted by DougRNS (Post 22523013)
we've already established the vegetarian isn't necessarily healthy.

I do.

Bah Humbug 05-28-22 11:21 AM

Fried chicken is gross. Bones make it grosser.

Branding is everything.

LesterOfPuppets 05-28-22 11:25 AM


Originally Posted by Bah Humbug (Post 22523038)
Fried chicken is gross.

:eek:

I LOVE fried chix. Doc says it's bad though, so 90% of the Buffalo wings I eat these days are baked.

#sad

genejockey 05-28-22 11:44 AM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 22522961)
Most of the youngsters at work prefer boneless wings to proper Buffalo wings.

#weirdos



Yum. I should take a kitten out to the desert for a little rabbit hunting.

But....but....the crispy skin is at least half of the whole point of chicken wings! This is why the wingette (forearm) is the best part, and the drumette is not as good!

genejockey 05-28-22 11:45 AM


Originally Posted by Bah Humbug (Post 22523038)
Fried chicken is gross. Bones make it grosser.

Branding is everything.

That depends entirely on the method. Deep fried or pressure fried can be gross. Properly pan fried it's fit for a king.

genejockey 05-28-22 12:14 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22522981)
Must a healthy person eat healthfully every single meal?

VV, like the blind pig, has stumbled across an acorn. Apart from the whole 'keeping you alive' aspect, if one doesn't enjoy what one eats, what's the damn point?

Velo Vol 05-28-22 12:19 PM

Lunch activity: salad and pasta. #Healthy

seedsbelize2 05-28-22 01:31 PM

I didn't realize it was Saturday. I went out to do weekday stuff and it was closed. So I did a very short ride on the town bike.

Trsnrtr 05-28-22 01:33 PM

I’ll never forget when my sister first went on hospice and was in a care facility, the hospice nurse asked her what she could do to make her more comfortable, happier in her last days, etc. and she wanted two things: the first was tomato soup and the second was access to the smoking area more than once a day. The hospice nurse asked the facility nurse why she couldn’t have tomato soup and the nurse said it was because she was on a low sodium diet. As for smoking, it was a rule that clients only had smoking access once a day no matter who they were. My sister was in her last couple months of life and in fact, lived about a month after going on hospice.

The hospice nurse got her orders changed to 24 hour access to tomato soup and/or tomato juice and was given the door code to the smoking area. :D

seedsbelize2 05-28-22 01:36 PM

I agree with DougRNS that pour over coffee is preferred, over french press. There was a day, not so long ago, that I eschewed filtered coffee. And arŠbica coffee as well. At the moment I'm drinking both.

Trsnrtr 05-28-22 01:36 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22523081)
Lunch activity: salad and pasta. #Healthy

Don't let the food police get you down. They can be unbearable. :rolleyes:

seedsbelize2 05-28-22 01:40 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22523129)
Iíll never forget when my sister first went on hospice and was in a care facility, the hospice nurse asked her what she could do to make her more comfortable, happier in her last days, etc. and she wanted two things: the first was tomato soup and the second was access to the smoking area more than once a day. The hospice nurse asked the facility nurse why she couldnít have tomato soup and the nurse said it was because she was on a low sodium diet. As for smoking, it was a rule that clients only had smoking access once a day no matter who they were. My sister was in her last couple months of life and in fact, lived about a month after going on hospice.

The hospice nurse got her orders changed to 24 hour access to tomato soup and/or tomato juice and was given the door code to the smoking area. :D

Good story. Hospice is a good thing to have come along.

seedsbelize2 05-28-22 01:44 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22523081)
Lunch activity: salad and pasta. #Healthy

Black bean soup with a dollop of yogurt. Two servings. Limonade on the side. Unsweetened. Home grown limes.

Velo Vol 05-28-22 01:44 PM


Originally Posted by seedsbelize2 (Post 22523125)
i didn't realize it was saturday.

ttku

DougRNS 05-28-22 01:47 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 22523081)
Lunch activity: salad and pasta. #Healthy

I ate a turkey burger and mashed potatoes for lunch and washed it down with a skinny* palmer.

*unsweetened tea/lemonade

DougRNS 05-28-22 01:49 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 22523134)
Don't let the food police get you down. They can be unbearable. :rolleyes:

what about the dream police?

Mojo31 05-28-22 02:35 PM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 22522951)
Itís not always all about eating healthy. I worked with a guy who said he didnít like the idea of eating another animalís flesh. Sort of like the people I know who wonít eat things with bones, like chicken legs. It freaks them out.

Off to take a ride and hopefully pick up a rabbit for the grill.

Grab a squirrel for an appetizer while you are at it.

genejockey 05-28-22 02:37 PM

A scant cup of pasta with pesto, half a pint carton of Haagen Dasz, a banana, and whatever I can find in the fridge next.
#scavenging


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