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    Everything on OP's list is pretty much right up my ally.

    Lately ive been getting into Thai and Vietnamese food more and more.

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    Lol...why I make sure to stay physically active and take things like those focus vitamins and stuff because I try hard to eat healthy but there are t-
    hose certain things I have a weakness for! Like I don't eat a lot of sugar
    because I drink a lot of pop

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    I'm Italian, so in comparison to 90 percent of people of other nationalities, I have a great diet. Onion and garlic are quite off on most foods, but anyway, perhaps it's a matter of personal test.

    I like simple, tasty food in large quantities. I don't love snacks, because I can feel that they mess up my metabolism, but I like Ice cream. I hate mayonneise, ketchup, and most heavy sauces like creme fraiche - they just smell and taste unhealthy. Ideally, I'd live off pasta, bread, fish, cheese, squash, rucola, wine and ice cream
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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    I don't believe I've had ethiopian.
    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    i don't beleive they have either.
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    Diet?

    Meat! Steak, lamb, pork, ...

    Beer and wine.

    Fries, pasta, rice,...

    Garlic and spices

    Heavy sauces

    Then, that other secondary stuff that goes with it. Random vegetables I find just so I eat greens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ99 View Post
    i don't beleive they have either.
    I just snorted ice water up my nose. It's a horrid sensation.
    I think I think more than you think I think.

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    haha. Fun topic. Hmm.

    I have kept a style of favorite food for all my adult life. It has been something I've went to eat at restaurants, and something I've made at my home. I've tried to learn to make it as well as possible.

    At a time, I've specialiced in pizza, kebab, steak, thai food, and latest, chinese food, which I've prepared for a year now.

    I've loathed ready-to-eat meals, just-add-water meals and similar stuff all my life. Yet there are some kind of that stuff I eat now and then. Yet I sometimes just go for the minimal acceptable food, something that gives barely acceptable nutritional value, is very very fast to prepare and is cheap as hell.

    Usually I prepare my own food according to my latest findings at nutritional science. I find chicken to be healthy, so I prepare chicken. Add some asparagus, olive oil, coconut oil, some other sorts of vegetables, full flavored seasoning, chili, and be ready for a fiesta in your mouth.

    I don't usually taste very fine differences in food, so I go for the extreme tastes. Chili. Garlic. Pepperoni. Blue cheese. Satay sauce. Curry. Etc. Everything different.

    Ooh, and I just love chicken wings, well done steak. I like the taste of fat, tho I keep it down to minimum. I *do* keep myself thin.

    I love beer, wine and rhum rich in flavor. Not mild, but rich. I don't taste them extremely well, but just quite well. Unlike some people, I haven't developed an ability to describe what I taste. Perhaps I don't find it sensible to do so.

    I think I enjoy food and drink from 1/4th to 4x the medium price. Cheaper tastes like c*ap, more expensive tastes no different for the amount of money I'm spending.

    Wine, maximum of 30 euros a bottle. Food, maximum of 30 euros per meal. Usually, 8 euros per serving, and I enjoy them both.
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    Specialized, that is, unprofessionally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Wine, maximum of 30 euros a bottle.
    WAT. That's fucking expensive!

    But you live in Finland, right?
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    Finland, yeah.. our 30 euro bottle is the same stuff as your 15 euro They tax that stuff to hell in here.

    I usually drink the cheapest red wines which go around 5-8 euros a bottle.
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