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    I love food. I love eating, I love snacking. I love comfort food and fancy food. I'm not a great cook, though I pretty good I not get is involved (fancy salads, ceviche) and I doo make a mean veggie medley. I'm a cheap pescetarian which mean I don't eat meat and I don't eat seafood unless its free. I try to be the healthiest vegetarian and stay away from tons of starches. Partly for a balanced diet and partly because I'm grain intolerant. I have horrible sinus blockage constantly and turns out it's because I'm intolerant of basically all grains except barley. So far though I sill eat them. I had a box of Mac and cheese for dinner last night and I can hardly breath this morning.

    Anyways I love food and watching it be prepared and learning about its origins and crushing it in my mouth for digestion.

    I think chewy foods are best.

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    I eat to stay alive. Sometimes, I forget to eat until I get all hungry and shaky. Usually, I eat something light every two to three hours. I like lots of kinds of food but I don't like to eat a lot at one time, because it makes me feel sluggish. I move around physically...a lot and I can't handle that slushy feeling. I stay away from lots of pasta, bread and starch. They make me sleepy. I eat lots of protein, fruits and veggies.
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    I love food. Being healthy is one of my top priorities, and I really enjoy it. I like being, as I put it, excessively virtuous.

    I eat a lot of food that doesn't have to be cooked, but I cook a lot of things too. It's about half and half. When I cook it's almost never elaborate, it's just simple preparation of one food. I don't ever cook a traditional meal composed of several dishes and then fill a plate; I'll eat one thing and then if I'm still hungry eat another. I will combine grains and legumes. I usually don't combine other things, like put in too many ingredients in a dish, or make salads.

    I do eat grains and bread, but I try to always have it be as close to whole grain as possible. I avoid factory farmed meat, and since I don't want to spend money on free range meat most of the time, I end up being a pescetarian, and even eating fish is somewhat rare.

    I don't have a problem with eating too much or too little, unless I am absorbed with something, in which case I forget about eating sometimes. I know when I feel hungry, and that is often.

    I go through food phases where I'll eat a lot of a few foods for months, and then I'll substitute a new food for one of the old ones, and things will evolve.

    I believe saturated fat can be healthy if eaten in moderation, so I eat real butter. As long as it's natural I think it's healthy. The one thing I struggle with is not eating too much sugar. I don't ever have a lot of it at a time, but I crave it frequently. I even gave it up entirely for like a couple of months, and after awhile I no longer craved it, but it was mostly because I didn't think about it; if I did and saw it the craving would come back. There's just no comfortable moderation with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolita View Post
    I struggle with the same thing. I'm not in college, but it's hard for me to find a balance. Our personality lends itself to ups and downs and I think my eating has gotten caught up in that as well. I'm really working hard on trying to just keep everything in moderation and not focus on food. I feel your pain xoxo
    oh...so I am not the only one? Great to know!

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    Not a foodie.
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    I'm a total food snob as far as quality of ingredients. I love to cook and I love to eat but as I've gotten older I've had to change the way I eat. I probably eat 6 small meals a day now and about 10 servings of vegetables and fruit a day. Whole grains for the most part and high protein foods like lean meats, Greek yogurt, eggs and nuts. That doesn't mean I don't love a good fruit pie or cheeseburger, I just use moderation.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    I'm okay with food, except when people post pictures of it on Facebook, because that just shows you're a big pussy with no life whatsoever. Unless it's manly food of course, like ribs or hamburgers, because no-lifer pussies never post manly food.
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    Terrible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    I'm okay with food, except when people post pictures of it on Facebook, because that just shows you're a big pussy with no life whatsoever. Unless it's manly food of course, like ribs or hamburgers, because no-lifer pussies never post manly food.
    this makes no sense it doesnt take a whole day to post food. 10 seconds to snap a pic 40_60 seconds to upload 5 seconds to write tagline . unless your mentally challenged. if you are I'm sorry, there's no hope for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    this makes no sense it doesnt take a whole day to post food. 10 seconds to snap a pic 40_60 seconds to upload 5 seconds to write tagline . unless your mentally challenged. if you are I'm sorry, there's no hope for you
    Most people who post pictures of food barely post anything else, which suggests to me that they don't have anything else interesting in their life. If food is the only interesting thing in their life, I'm sorry, but you don't have a life.
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