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    What do you eat? Dinner last night?

    Breakfast- Alternate porridge, muesli and yoghurt, and toast with tomato, avocado and S&P. Cup of tea.

    Morning tea- Usually a banana, coffee or tea.

    Lunch- Usually for lunch at work I eat a salad with left over meat from the night before, or if I can't be arsed doing that in the morning before I go, something basic like a peanut butter or ham sandwich. The alternative is I eat crap like pies and spring rolls from the shop, so I try to take stuff with me.

    Afternoon tea- I'm a teacher, so I don't usually bother because I'm busy around then.

    Dinner- Last night had some decent butcher's sausages with mash and broccoli and corn. Usually something like that, or pasta or roast or Mexican.

    Usually have about 500mls-1 litre of water, 1 coffee and 3 or 4 teas. I should drink more water, but I struggle to get it down. Feel better when I do.

    Trying to lose about 10 kilos before Australian summer, so cutting back a bit of the food, and upping the exercise. Hard work in a Victorian winter to stop eating though!

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    Breakfast: Weetbix or porridge, occasional slice of banana bread; coffee.

    Lunch: Sandwich, generally Nutella (Benchy to approve)

    Dinner: Didn't have dinner last night - bought Subway about 3 in the afternoon and was busy working all night.
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    I eat almost everything and last night I had butter sausages (naughty etc etc) with rice and veggies.

    I'm pretty lazy with breakfasts. I'm terrible at getting out of bed so I usually grab fruit or a yoghurt on my way out the door.
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    I was skipping breakfast or eating very lightly - and then buying all types of snacks at morning tea break. Now I am working on having bigger breakfasts and I find I eat less overall.
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    when I'm at home during the weekends it's usually -

    breakfast: big mug of chocolate milk with nestum (cereal) inside + pancakes/waffles

    lunch: fast food

    dinner: had lasagne last night, was pretty awesome.

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    Breakfast: Make my own untoasted muesli (can't find a store one which doesn't use sugar) with a banana and milk.

    Lunch: Tuna with steamed greens, raw onion, tomato and leaves.

    Dinner: Mixed steamed or roasted veg with ~ 200g chicken + fruit afterwards.

    Only deviate from the above on weekends, even then I'll only let myself splurge on one meal.
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    I can confirm that what I ate last night was, indeed, dinner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Breakfast: Make my own untoasted muesli (can't find a store one which doesn't use sugar) with a banana and milk.

    Lunch: Tuna with steamed greens, raw onion, tomato and leaves.

    Dinner: Mixed steamed or roasted veg with ~ 200g chicken + fruit afterwards.

    Only deviate from the above on weekends, even then I'll only let myself splurge on one meal.
    I love muesli but don't like the raisins and find it hard to buy to my preference.

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    Yeah, same. Yet another reason to make your own I reckon.

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    More or less exclusively crap.

    Yesterday:

    Breakfast - nada, unless a can of Relentless (500ml energy drink) for hangover purposes counts.

    Mid-morning teabreak - 1x apple (Braeburn, ftr); second can of Relentless.

    Lunch - 3x pieces of southern fried chicken; roast spuds (all from Tesco hot deli counter)

    Tea - 2x pieces of southern fried chicken avec chips

    Throughout afternoon & early evening whilst watching cricket: 6x packets of McCoys crisps (2x Cheese & Onion, 1x Ready Salted, 1x Salt & Vinegar, 1x Bacon, 1x Steak); 7x bottles Bud Brew 66; 1x packet of spearmint softmints.
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    Last night I had...

    Onion Bhaji
    Mushroom Pilau Rice
    Chicken Madras
    Bombay Potatoes
    Keema Naan

    Quite nice it was too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Yeah, same. Yet another reason to make your own I reckon.
    How do you make it? Is there a recipe online?

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    Typically have

    Cereal for breakfast
    Salad with ham or chicken, or perhaps egg, for lunch
    Dinner varies, but went to Nando's last night. Having a few days off the healthy train.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    More or less exclusively crap.

    Yesterday:

    Breakfast - nada, unless a can of Relentless (500ml energy drink) for hangover purposes counts.

    Mid-morning teabreak - 1x apple (Braeburn, ftr); second can of Relentless.

    Lunch - 3x pieces of southern fried chicken; roast spuds (all from Tesco hot deli counter)

    Tea - 2x pieces of southern fried chicken avec chips

    Throughout afternoon & early evening whilst watching cricket: 6x packets of McCoys crisps (2x Cheese & Onion, 1x Ready Salted, 1x Salt & Vinegar, 1x Bacon, 1x Steak); 7x bottles Bud Brew 66; 1x packet of spearmint softmints.
    How on earth can you get through so many crisps in one evening? I've inhaled some large meals in my time but that is impressive.

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    Yesterday

    Breakfast - Coco pops (benefit of having a young brother)

    Lunch - Cheese and cucumber sandwich, packet of salt and shake crisps, apple, banana, yoghurt

    Dinner - Fish, chips, peas (it was Friday after all)

    Today will be

    Coco pops
    Pasty
    Cricket tea + apple and banana

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