Is there one food that you could eat every day and never get sick of? For me it's bananas - I don't remember the last time I didn't eat one.
I ate bananas everyday for almost 2 months. I don't care if i ever eat another one, haha. Sometimes i would slice it into medallions and drizzle chocolate or strawberry syrup on them.
I have a banana every single day with my Barbara's Shredded Oats for breakfast, so I guess those are included in my list. But, if there was one food I could afford to eat every day, it would probably be sushi. And, if I didn't have to worry about it being bad for me, ice cream!! But, alas, I am neither independently wealthy or blessed with a particularly high metabolism, so I guess I'll stick with bananas!
I eat oatmeal everyday for breakfast, and green onions every night with dinner.
I love my cappuccino and cornetto for breakfast every day - its such a beautiful beautiful breakfast mmmmm.
Vanilla greek yogurt with berries. I eat it everyday- no fail!
Does chocolate count?
Does red wine count? Oh that may make me alcoholic...lol
Liquor filled chocolate bottles - my xmas favorite
Signature Stiletto Vodka Chocolates
Doesn't this chocolate machine look like it's happy and smiling? And a little drunk?
I have this weird obsession with the taste of the vanilla slim-fast shakes. The other flavors are average, but I legitimately love the vanilla ones.
Geee, I was going to say: Linguine and clam sauce. I love that dish, but don't know if I could eat it EVERY day! hahaa Oh, but wait, yes...I'm sure I could eat THIS everyday and never tire of it: Chocolate Chip Cookies. YUM especially toll house fresh out of the oven! mmmmmmmmm
Mac and Cheese... Actually, maybe Pizza... Mostly because being lactose intolerant makes me crave the hell out of the deliciousness of cheese!!!
But I guess I couldn't actually eat either one, every day, as I'd just be sick forever
by Emer Kelly 9 years ago
Why is it that we are OK with eating the same breakfast everyday, but complain if its any other meal
by Randy McLaughlin 8 years ago
Has anyone ever eaten green bananas?I am aware that some cultures eat them. If you have a recipe, please share it. And no, I am not talking about plantains.
by carozy 8 years ago
Do you eat breakfast every day or do you skip it? Is it unhealthy to skip breakfast?I sometimes have breakfast and sometimes skip it. It's supposed to be unhealthy to skip breakfast but I seem to do just fine, maybe a little hungry on the days I skip. What do you think?
by Jennifer Stone 8 years ago
Chocolate cake for breakfast?Is it wrong on every level... or pure decadence?
by flashmakeit 21 months ago
What is your favorite fruit and how often do you eat it?
by Lisa Brown 8 years ago
What is a favorite food of yours that you could eat everyday?
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