Healthy Food (22)

1 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-07-05 19:21 ID:VpICMLGr

Do you eat healthy? If so what are some good tasting meals you eat? Also how often do you switch up your meals? If you don't eat healthy, why not?

2 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-07-07 08:19 ID:JzMoEfcn

I don't, because most health food tastes crappy compared to all the unhealthy stuff out there.

3 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-07-08 17:59 ID:VnhXJq2N

Not really.

4 Name: ND : 2007-07-09 00:09 ID:d+H6aDAC

Depends. If it's like tofu dogs and such, I'd rather avoid it like the plague. Fruits are prefferable (provided that not much prep is needed).

5 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-07-13 03:52 ID:Hc1o1MX5

I switched from white breads to whole grain months ago.
It was terrible at first, but now I wouldn't go back to white bread. It tastes like it's held together with paste.
It's like the difference between chicken and mechanically separated chicken.

6 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2007-07-13 04:20 ID:LQZG1gnp

I try to eat healthy when I can, it can be expensive however. I prefer pasta dishes the most. Something as easy as fettucini, prepackaged veg-mix, and organic picante sauce can be really delish. If by switch up you mean add little extras here and there, then I do that weekly. Occasionally I don't eat healthy when I'm with friends or have run out of healthy food.

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14 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-04-26 12:21 ID:IAGhlca6

Healthy food?

I know only whale.

15 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-04-28 09:46 ID:vCBOKLLq

>>6

>I try to eat healthy when I can, it can be expensive however.

Eating healthy isn't really expensive. It only starts being expensive when you start buying products marketed as healthy. Just eat your veggies, fruits, whole grains, proteins, and keep an eye on the amount of calories, cholesterol, and trans/saturated fat in the foods you're eating.

16 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2008-05-07 11:32 ID:Heaven

Whale :D

17 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2016-07-08 08:42 ID:+MnKa9NO

"Edible weeds that are safe to eat and how you can use them" (Article Source: ABC Science) http://www.abc.net.au/news/health/edible-weeds-and-how-you-can-use-them/7406004

"Purslane Yoghurt Dip" (Recipe Source: The Weed Forager's Handbook by Grubb & Raser-Rowland, Hyland House Publishing)

Ingredients: (serves four)
1 tightly packed cup washed purslane, stems mostly removed
½ cup good quality plain yoghurt
2 cloves garlic, minced
¼ teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
Turkish bread

Method:
1) In a bowl mix together yogurt, garlic, oil, and salt.
2) Add chopped purslane and fold through.
3) Put in the refrigerator to chill.
4) Serve with hunks of fresh bread.

18 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2016-08-26 03:23 ID:xxtEIR2u

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20 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2017-05-21 11:02 ID:NA3aTCmZ

"Brain food: What you eat could help manage depression and anxiety" (Article Source: ABC Science) http://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2017-05-18/brain-food-eating-to-manage-depression-anxiety-mental-health/8529900

"Spelt and Spinach Crêpes with Avocado" (Recipe Source: The Happy Kitchen by Rachel Kelly)

Ingredients: (serves two)
120g wholegrain flour, such as spelt, buckwheat, or brown rice
2 eggs
80g fresh spinach leaves, washed
300ml milk (cow's or dairy-free) option – sugar-free almond works well
½ teaspoon wasabi (optional)
4 teaspoons oil
1 ripe avocado
150g smoked salmon

Method:
1) Put the flour, eggs, spinach leaves, milk and wasabi in a food processor and blend for 1-2 minutes. Batter should be slightly green from the spinach, and the colour may intensify over time.

2) Heat 1 teaspoon of oil in a medium-sized non-stick pan and put a quarter of the batter in, shaking the pan so the batter evens out: it should be around ½cm thick. We like olive or coconut oil but use whatever you prefer.

3) Cook for 2-4 minutes on each side. It should be obvious when the crêpe is ready to be flipped as it will start to come away from the pan. Repeat the process to make 3 more.

4) Mash or slice the avocado and place some on each crêpe along with a slice or two of smoked salmon. If you left the spinach out of the batter, put this on top, then fold the crêpe in half.

21 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2017-10-02 08:29 ID:Sr6b0tte

"Healthy eating: How to cook healthier meals" "Ever wondered how much fat, sugar and salt are in everyday ingredients like condiments and sauces? Keep track with our printable healthy cooking cheat sheet." (Infographic Source: BBC Good Food) https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/healthy-eating-how-to-cook-healthier-meals

22 Name: Anonymous Chef : 2017-10-06 00:32 ID:yK+/sP9l

Beans, beans, they're good for your heart
the more you eat the more you fart
the more you fart the better you feel
until you're ready for another meal

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