Wednesday's dinner dash

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I might as well have MEATLOAF cause I sit to chow down and look up at tonight's fare and well that's my POV, like the porn scenes :cry: ;D ... ie. point of view .. needless to say I opened a "few " beers and had a liquid dinner to help cauterize the image burned into my retina and thin eggshell thick " bird " brain :-X .. it's a dogs world :director: :BangHead:



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Yeppers and she said what's wrong with that? It's just tomatoes and " filling " ;D yea, filling all right :-X
 

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[quote author=Kevy Nova link=topic=21439.msg257305#msg257305 date=1298685637]
Looks finger-lickin' good to me.


I've been single for far too long... :-\
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Wonder why? :roll:
 

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[quote author=Kevy Nova link=topic=21439.msg257305#msg257305 date=1298685637]
Looks finger-lickin' good to me.


I've been single for far too long... :-\
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Ditto

Its mark of how long that I look at that and just get hungry ;D
 

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it must be my clean living but all i see is a tasty meal ;)

Love me some good chicken roasted or grilled... both are mighty tasty.
 

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[quote author=oldrockfan link=topic=21439.msg258876#msg258876 date=1303153575]
it must be my clean living but all i see is a tasty meal ;)

Love me some good chicken roasted or grilled... both are mighty tasty.
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Me too ;D but I do much appreciate an off the beaten path angle!
 

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<Begin Homar Simpson voice>Chicken Yummmmm<End Homar Simpson voice>

Think I'll go fire up the barbie and cook me some yard bird today!!!
 

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No reason to get excited, y'all. ;) I'm not looking to change anyone's foodways. It's cool with me if you like eating animals, even though I don't personally. It doesn't rile me up when folks flaunt their taste for animals, so save your ammo for an easier target. However, Voxy's reluctance to eat an animal that resembled a human body struck me as very interesting. I can relate. I've been vegetarian since '89, so eating this way is really not a big deal for me -- it's just the way I live. Most of the world does too.

Here's some more food for thought.

PBS' Modern Meat
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/meat/

Pretty Grim Stuff here, but Sir Paul welcomes us to the slaughterhouse:
http://www.meat.org/
 

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PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals.

Since I've been on Hep-C treatment, I've been cutting out meat in my diet. First all red meat was banned, then pork and then chicken. I've been tired and sick and figured it was the medication until I cranked up the BBQ and cooked a 2" thick ribeye steak I had in the refer, Did it on the rare side and afterwards I felt better. Nothing like getting some REAL protein in the diet. I did it a few more times and got stronger and healthier. All those people eating soy protein and vegetables just can't compete in Pro Football, Soccer, Boxing or any intense sport. I was told that the meat was too hard to digest and I needed to be good to my body so I turned into a soft bellied vegan liberal hippie. Well I'm back on the meat and veggies now and I have tons more energy and feel so much more healthy and lost the namby pamby vegan soft body.

Now that chicken looked like it was on the rag and wasn't very tasty looking.....Next time tell the wife to cook the veggies separate so you can enjoy the yard bird without a tampon stuffed up it's arse.
 

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Well, as much as I like veggies, like to grow my own .... red meat keeps you very strong `specially if you like to compete ! I say find your average daily carbohydrate tolerance, where your not + or - ,stick to it, and consume the rest of you calories in protein, not taking in more than 20/30 grams every 3/4 hours .. and that's from a guy who just had 4 beers around the pool, then dinner :funny:
 

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Oh, and it's best to have complex carbs w/ a low glycemic index, if I've even spelled that roit! ;D Not That doesn't spike your insulin level which will make you artificially feel hungry when your not
 

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[quote author=Spunky link=topic=21439.msg258917#msg258917 date=1303335271]
PETA = People Eating Tasty Animals.
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BAH!!! I was gonna post that :p
 

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[quote author=Spunky link=topic=21439.msg258917#msg258917 date=1303335271]
I have tons more energy and feel so much more healthy and lost the namby pamby vegan soft body.[/quote]

Sounds rough. Sorry, Spunky. Hey, if you feel that meat makes you healthier, then eat it, and pass the tofu. I wish you all the health in the world, seriously.

All the same, your experience (i.e., going from a "soft body" to a wall of muscle) hardly counts as scientific evidence. There's a lot of misinformation about athletic performance and vegetable-based diets out there, and marketers continue to make a killing by convincing people that they need foods that aren't all that great for them, nutritionally speaking.

However, there were these guys -- you might have heard about them -- called gladiators, and they ate mostly vegetables. Then, there's these guys, none of whom would be able to take your insults very seriously.
 

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I couldn't get the links to come up Ne_buddy...maybe cause I'm at work.
I certainly didn't turn into a wall of muscle especially at my age....but I feel stronger and have more energy and energy is my goal. The meds sap all my strength lately and anything to get the energy to do anything other than lay on the couch is great. I crashed my motorcycle a week ago so I'm dislocated shoulder sprain and 3 busted ribs and hard to breathe at the moment. Appreciate the good wishes.

This site said meat and dairy as well as vegetables and grains were part of the gladiator's diet. I did n't look far enough to figure out what the main part of the diet was but meat was at least a part of it.
http://romegiftshop.com/gladiatorsdiet.html



[quote author=Ne_buddy link=topic=21439.msg258925#msg258925 date=1303343663]
Sounds rough. Sorry, Spunky. Hey, if you feel that meat makes you healthier, then eat it, and pass the tofu. I wish you all the health in the world, seriously.

All the same, your experience (i.e., going from a "soft body" to a wall of muscle) hardly counts as scientific evidence. There's a lot of misinformation about athletic performance and vegetable-based diets out there, and marketers continue to make a killing by convincing people that they need foods that aren't all that great for them, nutritionally speaking.

However, there were these guys -- you might have heard about them -- called http://www.archaeology.org/0811/abstracts/gladiator.html"]gladiators, and they ate mostly vegetables.[/url] Then, there's http://www.veganfitness.net/viewtopic.php?t=723"]these guys[/url], none of whom would be able to take your insults very seriously.


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[quote author=Spunky link=topic=21439.msg259037#msg259037 date=1303844719]
I couldn't get the links to come up Ne_buddy...maybe cause I'm at work.
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No, it was my mistake, Spunky. You'd think after 9 days, 14 hours, and 25 minutes on ETSG, I'd know how to post a link, but, no, it's like the first time every time. ;D I fixed 'em, though, so should work for you now. The vegan gladiator thing is fairly recent news (archeologically speaking), but it has been pretty widely covered -- makes a "shocking" feature story for mainstream media.

Anyway, jeeze, glad you've survived the spill and are mended enough to be back on the job. Get well, whatever food group it takes, and don't bother wasting your energy arguing with me.

So many ways to live a life, so few incarnations!
 


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