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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    What strange assumptions... How on earth did you get all that from the OP?
    That's what I thought too. Considering we are a vocal vego family lol.

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    when we are poor we do a big pot of mince/rice/veg for under $10 and it will last the 3of us a week (though we usually only eat it for 2 days before being able to shop)
    and 2min noodles are really bad for you, the fat is a whole days worth!

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    Could be why I'm so fat. Except I really have only had 3 packs in about 10 years.

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    It's also the novelty of having gluteny items. Good thing we are rarely apart hey, I might be real unhealthy if not for dd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lambjam View Post
    What strange assumptions... How on earth did you get all that from the OP?
    I agree strange assumption and kind of rude too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    I hope you eat better than that normally though cause that list sounds feral.
    Your prejudice is showing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Could be why I'm so fat. Except I really have only had 3 packs in about 10 years.
    could be (cept i eat them about once a month with tuna and mixed veg to 'balance' them out and am the size of a house)
    i was shocked when the dietician told me that and cut back, mi goreng was my staple food at uni and i was TINY!
    the rice noodles are nice (bee hoon) in stirfries and cheap better than the 2min ones, and i add a bag of mix veg and an egg for protien (not sure if you eat egg though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    Of course before I left I did a full grocery shop for her and gave her money for snacks, but then came home to an empty fridge. .


    Well I did say come to my house for dinner


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    If I only had to shop for myself I'd probably live on pasta or rice and vegies. And a box of cereal and a tub of yoghurt. I wouldn't even buy bread. That's how I lived pre children. Ds costs me a small fortune in food and he doesn't even eat much! Fruit and veg alone.. Then crackers and cheese and yoghurts and milk.. Muesli bars and nuts and bread and various spreads. SiGh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    I hope you eat better than that normally though cause that list sounds feral.

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    Tinned minced meat, packaged salad, MSG-derivative laden noodles.

    WOW rude . Do you even know what vege mince is? Do you eat tinned tuna?

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