What is your food weakness?

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What is your food weakness?

Poll closed Mar 26, 2013.
  1. Sweets and desserts

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    0.0%
  2. Crunchy, salty snacks like chips and dip

    50.0%
  3. Junk food like pizza and hot wings

    25.0%
  4. Healthy fruits and veggies

    0 vote(s)
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  5. Pop and energy drinks, beverages

    25.0%
  6. Down home cooking like mashed potatoes and gravy

    25.0%
  7. Other (please list)

    12.5%
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  1. abcgrad94

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    What is your food weakness?
     
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    Sweet Tea............
     
  3. SaggyWoman

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    Pepsi.................Chinese food............
     
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    Grease, salt, carbonation. The three basic food groups.
     
  5. TC

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    FOOD is my food weakness. :)
     
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    Thankfully, I can't afford my weakness. LOBSTER, lobster, and more lobster. Maine lobster. Don't put no weird tasting Caribbean, prickly tailed, spotted weird warm water junk in front of me. LOL

    Lobster, clams, scallops, (not those tiny ones either) orange roughy, mahi-mahi, and things others haven't even heard of. Pretty much the rule is, if you drag it out of the ocean or dig it out of the sand, I'll eat it. LOL

    Which reminds me. I must get back to living on the coast. This land locked mess is for the birds. And FATTENING! There's no REAL food, just all this red meat and sugar all over the place, fast food places lining every street and most of the stuff in the stores is premade and filled with garbage. When I moved here, most fast foods gagged me, as did the majority of stuff in the store. Now I actually eat it and WANT it and that disgusts me.
     
  7. Salty

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    Yuk

    Now, Mountain Dew......
     
  8. Squire Robertsson

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    Cantonese style Chinese and Northern Californian style Mexican are my favorites. They were the food may family would go to when we went out back in the day.
     
  9. Arbo

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    Salmon/trout: grilled, smoked, baked, I am not picky.

    Cod (or whitefish) on the other hand...
     
  10. Earth Wind and Fire

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    If you ever get into NYC....consider a place named Peter Luger for the best stakes on the east coast. However you need to book in advance & they dont take Credit Cards....but check out their stakes. The best cuts of meat & they got these ovens that are as hot as the sun & they just sear in the flavor....see attached.

    http://www.peterluger.com/
     
  11. Arbo

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    You sure know how to play dirty... After looking at the link, I need steak. There will be no joy until then. THANKS A LOT. :laugh:

    The PL card idea is brilliant. Saves on fees paid put and adds a sense of exclusivity to the place.
     
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    No food problems, I am on the See-Food diet
     
  14. Alcott

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    What is your food weakness?

    Not eating it. Once when I went on a complete fast for 3 days I wasn't in too good a shape and had trouble lifting my feet.
     
  15. abcgrad94

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    My dh is on a light diet. He says whenever the light is on, he gets to eat!
     
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    Handy sort of diet - handy they put a light inside the refrigerator. :thumbsup:
     
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    I used to LOVE sweet (iced) tea. Since I'm diabetic though, I've had to resort to unsweetened iced tea. Hard to get used to it though!
     
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    It is easier to list the foods I do not like, eggplant, okra, squash, brussel sprouts, and liver. Of all the ones I do like, my greatest temptation to eat to much is spaghetti and other types of pasta.

    I am lucky, I love unsweet tea with lemon.
     
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    I feel your pain here! I've resorted to half sweet/half unsweet tea for now. I was using stevia to sweeten it, but then I learned that stevia might be toxic due to the way it's extracted. . .seems nothing is truly healthy anymore.
     
  20. convicted1

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    Stakes? Don't like'm....and neither does Dracula.....bad on his heart, I hear..:laugh:

    Now steaks? YUMMY!! T-Bone, ribeye, porterhouse, NY strip, that's what I'm talkin' 'bout!!!

    Ever been to Philly and eaten a cheesesteak? I bet they'd be awesome...:drool:
     

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