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Sick To Death Of Food
 
# 1 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:27
 
 
I'm sick and tired of food lately. I'm sick of cooking it, eating it, shopping for it and cleaning up after it. Where is the magic pill that was supposed to make us think we'd eaten a lovely Sunday roast meal with jelly and ice-cream for dessert?

I've taken to fasting once per week not just for the health benefits but also because I can't be bothered preparing 3 or 4 meals that day. Do you ever feel like going on a saline drip?
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# 2 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:31
 
 
I love food - I would constantly be thinking of the next meal - when and what? I know what you mean about cooking and cleaning but i could never ever tire of eating
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# 3 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:33
 
 
Get a wife or move back in with mum - other than that realise that you are gonna be standing over a cooker for the rest of your natural
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# 4 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:33
 
 
I'm sick of rolls this week. Had a big ham salad roll and a medium ham salad roll today.

Thinking of bringing some cooked spuds with me tomorrow.

It's the bread that I'm fed up with really.
I would love a chocolate bar soon though
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# 5 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:34
 
 
God no Thomas!! I love food and all it's tastes and textures.
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# 6 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:36
 
 
And beer maybe
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# 7 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:36
 
 
Excepting the odd excursion, I've been on a diet of greens and shellfish with limited alcohol intake of late. I must say, it's done wonders for the constitution and the brain had begun to function at something like it's old self again. Lobster, crabs, crayfish, prawn, shrimp and langoustines. People may not know this but lobsters are essentially immortal. They have negligable senescence. Lobster, lobster and more lobster. That's my secret to success.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negligible_senescence (the figure of 100 years is down to threats in the environment. In an ideal environment the lobster's cellular structure could potentially regenerate indefnitely.)
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# 8 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:37
 
 
cooking is an art you get to do every day!
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# 9 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:44
 
 
Someone said :
cooking is an art you get to do every day!

Even abstract
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# 10 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:46
 
 
If cookin is an art, call me Tracey Emin then.
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# 11 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:47
 
 
Hi Tracey
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# 12 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:49
 
 
She's durty! Thomas,why dont you cook in bulk and store in portions in the freezer?
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# 13 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 19:59
 
 
Someone said :
I'm sick and tired of food lately. I'm sick of cooking it, eating it, shopping for it and cleaning up after it. Where is the magic pill that was supposed to make us think we'd eaten a lovely Sunday roast meal with jelly and ice-cream for dessert?

I've taken to fasting once per week not just for the health benefits but also because I can't be bothered preparing 3 or 4 meals that day. Do you ever feel like going on a saline drip?

In short no... I love food, I love all that is involved with it, perhaps that owes something to my agrarian roots. Thing is I have always loved it... intensely... even before "the Great Expansion"...
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# 14 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 20:01
 
 
Sick of Food?
Don't be daft Thomas!
That's like saying you could be sick of the Word Association Game!

Butter's has a solution that can help.
I do it from time to time when I get bored of cooking 3 times a day. I'll make some type of casserole type dish, could be as simple as a Tuna Casserole, that will feed me for a week. Just dish up a portion, heat (ZAP) and serve. Simple bowl of cereal for brekkies and a sandwich or fast food for lunch.
Minimizing my time in the kitchen. After a week of simple, quick meals, I'm ready to spend time and effort on tastier more complex meals.
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# 15 : Friday 14-10-2011 @ 20:03
 
 
I'm ready to spend time and effort on tastier more complex meals.

MacDonalds
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