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04-10-2015 , 07:47 AM
That's at home, I often come home for lunch if not a busy day
04-10-2015 , 07:52 AM
I had some meetings in the morning, I picked up that from one restaurant (took it to go) and brought it home, so Mrs didnt cook today. Now, I'm off to work again, and afterwards I'm meeting some friends for some party, so I guess I won't have time to exercise today.
04-10-2015 , 09:13 AM
You have a wifey, friends, and enough money to buy food from a restaurant. ****, you just have it all huh.
04-10-2015 , 04:11 PM
Im drinking with my tard friends, so exercise zero today, but I didnt eat anything after lunch
04-10-2015 , 04:43 PM
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I didn't microwave it, I dont like microwaving food.
what, are you scared of the radiation? i think they would have caught that in the last 70 years of microwave technology. it's fine.
04-10-2015 , 04:55 PM
Nah, Im not scared that its unhealthy, I just dont like the taste of microwaved meals
04-10-2015 , 05:01 PM
you microwavist
04-10-2015 , 05:18 PM
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Nah, Im not scared that its unhealthy, I just dont like the taste of microwaved meals
I agree with this.
04-11-2015 , 04:32 AM
Didn't eat anything yesterday night, but I dont know where's my head. **** that was too many drinks.
04-11-2015 , 04:33 AM
Day 4
Already day 4, I'm alive, or am I, idk, back to bed.
04-11-2015 , 04:34 AM
You can do so much with oats. Now in the summer, just with cold milk and fruit and you can put some roasted not salted nuts into it. Or as a student, when I did not have a microwave, I just had put a little bit of boiling water on the dry oats and then milk. This boiling water on them changes a little bit the structure and it tastes slightly different, than just oats with milk. If you make pancakes, you can put a spoon or 2 of the oats in them. It changes the structure. You get something to chew on compared with pancakes just from the white flower. You can make some muesli from oats and may be buckweat or basically any other corn, made to flakes and eat it with yogurt.
Oats are cool.
04-11-2015 , 04:34 AM
I'm feeling sick, I will skip a breakfast. I can't imagine eating oatmeal in this condition.
04-11-2015 , 04:39 AM
Hi lapka, nice tips, thanks. I will try this with boiled water tomorrow already.
04-11-2015 , 04:40 AM
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hangover? ^^
Yeah fml
04-11-2015 , 06:28 AM
I thought this was interesting, confirms some oats strategies;
http://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitch...ommon-mistakes

In case you hadn't read this yet and feel hung over enough, we all want to make millions amirite
http://forums.twoplustwo.com/34/othe...a-286/#post286
04-11-2015 , 06:45 AM
Nice reads

I just read the OP of that thread it seems hillarious, should I read through replies too?
04-11-2015 , 06:47 AM
we are visiting wife's parrents, I guess I will drink one brandy with her dad to break even. That plus her mothers soup should do the job.
04-11-2015 , 07:16 AM
that was first time in my life that I ate that without bread, and it was painful
04-11-2015 , 07:26 AM
Cabbage rolls and mashed potatoes without bread, fml I will be telling this to my grandchildren one day.
04-11-2015 , 07:27 AM
what's the brown bit?
04-11-2015 , 07:30 AM
Ham, it's boiled with cabbage rolls. (it's just turned on the wrong side- I wasnt paying attention when taking a photo)
04-11-2015 , 07:37 AM
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Originally Posted by FranFran95 FranFran's blog and stuff
I feel for ya, everything from the plate with the decorations to the food screams parents in law. Waiting for obligatory soup pics.

Last edited by Yakmelk; 04-11-2015 at 07:38 AM. Reason: I have never eating anything like this before except for the mashed, hate cabbage tbh

      
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