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Is there any food you eat every day?

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I eat ice cream every day.

I always make sure to have ice cream in the freezer. I eat mostly high end fancy hipster expensive ice cream (Jeni’s, salt & straw, wanderlust, etc.) so it adds up. I can’t imagine life without it though.

I worked with a guy once who ate the same lunch every day. Turkey sandwich with Swiss cheese.

do you eat anything every day?
 
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Milk is great. I actually got back into eating cereal recently. Not sure why I stopped. I loved it as a kid but then stopped eating it as an adult.

cereal and milk rule.

Yeah I eat a lot of "healthy" cereal, too. I'll have that or some waffles or pancakes, and a cold glass of milk on the side on early morning weekdays. Weekends I'll crack some eggs or whatever.

 
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Mostly the same in general. I do switch my protein power flavours in the morning, protein bars during the day and the veggies in the evening though.
 
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Jeeves

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Well it's a beverage, but my wife makes the best, perfectly sweetened iced green tea and I drink it with dinner every night. It never wears out its welcome!
 
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Well it's a beverage, but my wife makes the best, perfectly sweetened iced green tea and I drink it with dinner every night. It never wears out its welcome!
I have coffee every morning but I’m going to try to switch to matcha tomorrow. Picked up some this weekend.

I couldn’t have green tea with dinner though. I’d be up all night.
 
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Jeeves

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I have coffee every morning but I’m going to try to switch to matcha tomorrow. Picked up some this weekend.

I couldn’t have green tea with dinner though. I’d be up all night.
She started making matcha tea recently too, just as a rare treat. It's pretty different from the leaf tea I'm used to, but also good.

You must be pretty sensitive to caffeine. I forgot tea even had any in it, but even coffee rarely hits me hard.
 
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You must be pretty sensitive to caffeine. I forgot tea even had any in it, but even coffee rarely hits me hard.
I am. If I have a cup of coffee after 2-3pm, I can’t sleep until early morning hours. I’m fine as long as I have it first thing in the morning.
 

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I don't eat them every day, but I would if they weren't so expensive - Ribeye steaks. There is nothing better than a properly cooked ribeye.


I have worked for number of different restaurants in the span of my 16 years of being in the industry, you will get burned out really bad with red meat. I work a steak house and seeing a grill for over 5 - 6 hours a night while cooking hundreds of steaks gets really old.
 

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Blueberries, yogurt, quarter cup of nuts (usually almonds), and an apple. Everyday. I also eat salads and cereal most days, but I try to alternate between salads and whole veggies, and I do those Kind breakfast bars instead of cereal on my early work mornings. For my main protein I try to alternate each day.
 

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Blueberries, yogurt, quarter cup of nuts (usually almonds), and an apple. Everyday. I also eat salads and cereal most days, but I try to alternate between salads and whole veggies, and I do those Kind breakfast bars instead of cereal on my early work mornings. For my main protein I try to alternate each day.
Now those are healthy choices. I'm too weak to kick the sugary carb cravings, lol.
 

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Now those are healthy choices. I'm too weak to kick the sugary carb cravings, lol.
Trust me, I feel you. I was overweight for many years after my wife and I quit smoking. Finally, though, I was given the strength to get my act together, and thankfully I've been able to keep on the (mostly) straight and narrow food-wise for many years. That being said, my wife and I have one day each month we call "Treat Day." It's our monthly eat-out date. One month she picks a place, the next it's my turn. And I treat myself to less damaging treats at the end of the work week. Stuff like Simple Truth puffs, or a single pack of those Nature's Bakery fig newtons.
 

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Trust me, I feel you. I was overweight for many years after my wife and I quit smoking. Finally, though, I was given the strength to get my act together, and thankfully I've been able to keep on the (mostly) straight and narrow food-wise for many years. That being said, my wife and I have one day each month we call "Treat Day." It's our monthly eat-out date. One month she picks a place, the next it's my turn. And I treat myself to less damaging treats at the end of the work week. Stuff like Simple Truth puffs, or a single pack of those Nature's Bakery fig newtons.
I wish I had your perseverance.
 
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Vagswarm

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Trust me, I feel you. I was overweight for many years after my wife and I quit smoking. Finally, though, I was given the strength to get my act together, and thankfully I've been able to keep on the (mostly) straight and narrow food-wise for many years. That being said, my wife and I have one day each month we call "Treat Day." It's our monthly eat-out date. One month she picks a place, the next it's my turn. And I treat myself to less damaging treats at the end of the work week. Stuff like Simple Truth puffs, or a single pack of those Nature's Bakery fig newtons.
That's great to hear. It sure takes some discipline to break old, convenient habits. I have acid reflux (not horrible) and still can't stop drinking coke and eating light McD's. Maybe I should get one of these wives' you speak of. lol
 
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A cobb salad from Chick Fil A with a second spicy filet that I slice up and add in. With salsa dressing. Its amazing, I could eat it for every meal.

Sadly not everyday, closed on Sundays 😕
 

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used to be rice

steamed rice
buryani rice
fish bake rice
plain chicken broth rice
chicken broth rice with tomato stew
plain lamb broth rice
lamb broth rice with tomato stew
buried lamb roast with rice
milk porridge rice
fried rice
paella rice
 
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Artoris

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used to be rice

steamed rice
buryani rice
fish bake rice
plain chicken broth rice
chicken broth rice with tomato stew
plain lamb broth rice
lamb broth rice with tomato stew
buried lamb roast with rice
milk porridge rice
fried rice
paella rice
That's a lot of rice, my favourite is fried rice
 
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Quasicat

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Coca cola sadly.
I hear you. This is something I wish I could kick, but it’s something that relaxes me at night during dinner. It must be the increase in blood sugar, since I don’t get the same feeling with diet pop. I suppose I’ve improved since I used to have 3 or 4 cans a day at one point.
 
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I am a big fan of Jeni's. McConnell's is another brand I like..I visited L.A. and had a chance to try their scoop shop there. Jeni's High Five Candy Bar is A++++