United States • Age 43
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gmakesmoney @gmakesmoney (2923) • United States 24 Jul 07
Ever since I was a little girl, I've frozen fruit as a treat for the summer. I freeze things like bananas, watermelon, grapes, blueberries, oranges, melons, pineapples, strawberries, mango. I've tried apples but didn't like them...
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miamilady @miamilady (4916) • United States 19 Jul 07
I think I keep a fairly balanced diet but I have put on a few pounds over the years. I am trying to come up with a healthier diet plan. I don't want "to go on a diet" I want to start eating healthier. I'm interested to know...
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angel_marie5 i can share you a 1 day healthy plan: breakfast - granola with nuts & raisins flakes in a bowl of skim milk; 1 pc banana anad a full glass of water lunch - rice; steamed meatballs with mushroom & soy sauce; small serving of garden salad with lite ranch...
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granger1900 @granger1900 (125) • United States 18 Jul 07
What do you want me to make you for breakfast? Do you want oatmeal? Eggs? Toast? Cereal? Are you a juice drinker? Tell me and I will make it. I try to eat oatmeal and when I do, I like it, but never got in the habit at a young...
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kuting @kuting (885) • Philippines 8 May 07
there are a lot of ways to cook eggs. i like mine sunny side up. we filipinos love silogs, which is a combination of fried preserve meat( tocino, longanisa, tapa) fried egg and fried rice. i like mine with eggs that are cooked...
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ronyle24 @ronyle24 (70) • Philippines 19 Jul 07
Filipinos are fund of eating balut. Balut is a fertilized duck egg with a nearly-developed embryo inside that is boiled and eaten in the shell. They are considered delicacies of asia especially in the Philippines, Cambodia and...
raychill @raychill (6529) • United States 3 Jul 07
What's the one food item you'd be devastated if you could never eat again? If you became allergic or it stopped existing or something like that. Mine is Cheese. I love cheese and I can pretty much eat me some cheese on just...
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fab315 @fab315 (1242) • Philippines 18 Jul 07
Choose it from the list below to find out! Ice cream flavorology; 1) Butter pecan - characterized as a perfect worker, devoted, repectful and fiscally conservative. You hold high standards for right and wrong and show...
fibonacciZZZ @fibonacciZZZ (488) • Indonesia 29 Jun 07
cyb3rjunk13 @cyb3rjunk13 (470) • United States 30 Jun 07
I am a chesse freak. My pizze has to have stuffed crust with extra chesse and got have jalapenos!!! eheh.. how do you like your pizza?
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sexycoley @sexycoley (497) • Singapore 5 Jul 07
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sharon_ @sharon_ (1169) • United States 1 Jul 07
Do you cook a full-course meal for every meal? Maybe you only cook a full-course meal on special occassions. Other then special occassions, I find that it takes up too much time.What do you think?
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angel_marie5 when everybody in the family can get home early and enjoy together for dinner so i will absolutely prepare a full-course meal. or just to make sure there will be garden fresh salad or stir-fried vegetables; any pork or beef or chicken or seafood dish for main...
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mssnow @mssnow (9493) • United States 29 Jun 07
I have heard some people say they just grab a piece of left over pizza from the fridge and eat it cold. I like to reheat mine. But not in the microwave. Because the microwave ruins the crust. i reheat it in the oven. How about...
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madeleinebio @madeleinebio (41) • Philippines 25 Jun 07
kkaren @kkaren (146) • Philippines 20 Jun 07
I know some people who have never eaten alone in a restaurant. They find it embarrassing. I felt the same way when I was a kid, but things/views change as one grows older. I've realized that there actually isn't anything wrong...
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youless @youless (105460) • Guangzhou, China 28 Jun 07
I'm from Guangzhou, China. It seems that lychee is the unique from our province. It tastes so sweet and juicy. It's much more tasteful if you put it into fridge. It's a nice fruit in summer. Have you eaten it before?
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