What one food have you consumed the most in the last few months?
(Yes, that may as well be me in the photo with the pizza - O yum!)
Fish ....I really eat a lot of fish and it is so many way to prepare it plus it's healthy for you .
Peanut butter - unsalted, unsugared, straight from the tub - too much!
I ate a lot of baked egg plant this month..... fresh from my friends garden.
salmon. it is my absolute favorite. i like to make so many different things with it and its so tasty and you can prepare it so many different way
I have eaten a lot of rice lately! I work right next door to a Latino convenience store with a little hot food bar, so I buy it for lunch waaaaay to much.
Chicken as BBQ at work are usually $10 but they have been on special a lot for $4,50 so I have some for luncth.
I break them up for chicken curry/ Chicken sweet & sour / chicken soup etc etc !!
It really is a good value meal but we have steak/lamb other days so we don't get fed up of it . Tonight we are having butter chicken on rice .
Greek yogurt. I go for long spans without eating yogurt, but lately I've found a brand I love, with fruit at the bottom. I've been eating it every day. It's so easy just to grab it when I crave a snack.
Black beans, done all different ways! So healthful, convenient, and cheap.
We eat an awful lot of chicken. We eat so much of it that I am really getting bored with it. I have fixed it about thirty different ways and it still is getting boring. My husband isn't supposed to eat much red meat and my daughter doesn't like pork. That leaves a lot of chicken. I am now craving meatloaf.
I've been saving money, so I have been eating a lot of chicken and peanut butter. Not together of course.
Oh, I don't know. Maybe a nice satay sauce with peanut butter would go down well?
I think DreamerMeg's idea is a great one. Satay chicken with a peanut butter dip is wonderful. It is Thai. Check it out, it's great.
I love chicken skewers with a peanut butter, soy sauce and ginger sauce. the sauce is warm, and easy to make. It is so so good.
I have consumed a lot of protein, nuts, fruits and vegetables, high fiber cereals and other carbohydrates. It's called a balanced diet.
LOL and HAHAHAHAHAhahahahahahaah Ithabise, I just completed reading all of the responses thus far and I am way off to the other side of the Universe with my response. I'm more into the photo you've left in your question.
What one food have I consumed lately? Oh, that would be my daily McDonald's Caramel Frappe-small, medium, or large depending on the time of day, my mood, my money, and my level of desire...
Healthy? Naw, not at all. Tasty, sure is. Fun-you bet!
I love your photo BTW, haha.
Now you've got me laughing, Denise! Ha!Ha! Let's together say it to all readers: IT'S OKAYYY! Besides, no one's foolin' themselves. We all indulge and indulge some more. I love me some ice cream and doughnuts! Eat on, Sista!
Awww, thanks ithabise...just trying to keep it REAL, haha.
And yes I love my lats potato chips they are to die for ...so I agree....Happy Eating.
Seafood, any kind, from shrimp, fish, sardines, lobster, crabs, oysters, etc. I have been eating it like a bad habit since I was a kid. I live in New Orleans so its typical for us to eat seafood on a daily basis.
Rainbow carrots (love the taste and color), hass avocado (great dairy/cheese substitue), parsley (I eat tons of this raw, straight from the bunch) Marmite on sprouted toast (British Food) and black tea with almond milk.
Other than the author, I can't believe one person has not said pizza yet. I must be the unhealthy eater in the group. Freschetta, Red barron, or Tomb Stone for lunch at least once a week along with a pizza from Papa Johns, Giovanni's, Little Ceazars ($5.00 pizza) or a homemade pizza for dinner once a week.
That is roughly 8 pizza's a month, the thought slightly disgusts me. But, it is cheap, easy, filling and taste great! Thanks for asking this question, it makes me realize I need to cut back.
Naw, you're not the 'unhealthy eater'...pizza actually is filled with great ingredients. I think my answer meets the criteria for most unhealthy. LOL
(obviously we are amidst some major health nuts here).
Yay! Another pizza eater! At one time I was overboard--like, more than eight a month. I agree, too, the thought is slightly disgusting. But Denise is right too about some of the ingredients.
Apples and Oranges! I eat them everyday. They're good sources of fiber!
Chocolate. And dried chillies. Not together athough I have tasted chilli flavoured chocolate.
I can cook steamed rice and the add small quantities of granola or yogurt. This makes a good breakfast! At lunch time, I can make more steamed rice without adding anything to it. To complete my lunch, I can eat some fruits; they can be apples, bananas, papaya, mangoes, depending on the season. For supper, I can make more rice, but this time just a little and mix it with a few ounces of milk.
I have tried rice for almost one year and a half, and it has resulted positive in my system. I can do push ups without strain , which I couldn´t when I ate other kinds of food. I also eat fish or chicken two or three times a week. I don´t drink sodas nor milkshakes, only pure water, and I don´t drink alcohol either.
The one food consumed most by me in the last few months is fried chicken / noodles. I just love them and have eaten a lot of these stuff lately. However, I know where to stop 'cause it's pretty bad for health
i consumed popcorns. while studying, hubbing.. i luv popcorns and i eat them daily..
Hope you saw the internet story about the man who won $7,000,000 compensation from the popcorn maker. The butter smell comes from a particular chemical that causes lung damage. Just don't breathe in when you're eating them!
Rice, Rice & Rice. I had Rice most of the time with different curries.
I buy my groceries in bulk to save money, so that means I get a ton of Top Ramen, Rice, and canned vegitables. Oh and potatoes LOL
Most often I make Ramen noodles and mix with different vegetables,
Quick and easy Ramen noodle recipe is:
take one can of chicken stock, add a can of peas and carrots, bring to a boil for 5 minutes, add noodles (no flavor packet)
Turn off heat and cover pot let stand 5 minutes.
in a small saute pan, crack one egg mix and scramble, add egg to your ramen and vegetables.
Oh yeah! I love some Ramen noodles with scrambled eggs. I've had them in Japan. Awesome but totally different. You should find some at an Asian grocer (if you have them in Helena.)
As I said I get my top ramen in bulk out at costco, and make this all the time. I also make a ramen lasagna with alternating sauce, cooked ground burger, cheese and cooked top roman. top with cheese bake 10 min @ 350F mmmbop
Vegetables and oats. No choice as I am vegetarian and do not get time to cook anything special for me after cooking all non-veg items for son and hubby.
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