we have meat every night of the week. I think df would look at me like id gone mad if i served dinner with no meat haha
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01-02-2012 17:19 #21-
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01-02-2012 17:20 #22
7 nights a week, DH & J wont have it any other way. Either chicken, beef, fish of some kind or lamb. Portion sizes arent very big at all.
Only meat we don't eat is pork.
01-02-2012 17:23 #23
Probably 4 or 5 nights a week with dinner. About the same for lunches. Rarely for breakfast.
01-02-2012 17:25 #24
every night of the week. 1 night of beef, 1 night of lamb 1 night of fish, 1 of pork, and the rest chicken. all lean cuts. not huge portions.
01-02-2012 17:25 #25-
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Usually our no-meat day's are CBF days, so we'll have vego nachos or a veg stir-fry. Even though we have meat with most meals, it is not the bulk of our meals, e.g. I made a chicken pasta bake for 4 people with one chicken breast and 2 rashers of bacon, or if we have sausages then it's one sausage each served with heaps of veggies.
01-02-2012 17:26 #26
I generally don't eat meat at all, but make it for DH once a week or so. I try to give the kids either chicken or red meat or fish most nights.
01-02-2012 17:27 #27
I eat meat once a week- once serve of Salmon. Nom nom nom...
The rest of the time I eat vege or faux meat.
01-02-2012 17:36 #28
I eat meat or eggs at least twice a day. The kids and dh have it every night and some lunches.
01-02-2012 17:48 #29Senior Member
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We generally have meat every night and most lunches. Rarely for breakfast unless it's bacon and eggs. Now that DP is FIFO the amount of meat we eat will probably drop to 4-5 nights per week.
01-02-2012 18:05 #30
I don't eat any as i've been a vegetarian for the past 14 years.
Growing up my mother would serve meat every night for dinner. Meat with breakfast or lunch was never a regular thing.
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