I eat meat every night. A meal isn't a meal without meat! We only have bacon and eggs once in a blue moon and sometimes I chuck a slice of ham on my salad sandwich at lunch.
We all eat the same.
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01-02-2012 18:06 #31
01-02-2012 18:06 #32Senior Member
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We have meat every night of the week. If we had dinner without meat in it, it wouldnt feel complete! I also like to eat meat during the day (eg chicken or ham sandwiches for lunch or bacon for breakfast) however that is usually a special occasion (especially now that I am pregnant and have to watch what I eat).
01-02-2012 18:09 #33
Every night. We alternate for 6 days between red meat and chicken, then have takeaway once a week which is meat based.
01-02-2012 18:13 #34
2 or 3 times a week here, and it's usually chicken or salmon.
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01-02-2012 18:18 #35
About 5 nights a week. Not usually for lunch unless it's leftovers.
01-02-2012 18:19 #36-
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We eat meat every day, though on weekends we may have it twice.
01-02-2012 18:19 #37
None. I've been living at my parents house for over two weeks now and only my dad has eaten meat (three times) during that time. Mwhahahahahhaha
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01-02-2012 18:21 #38
Every day of the week. DP and I wouldn't feel like we'd had dinner if there was no meat.
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01-02-2012 18:23 #39
We eat some form of fish, chicken or red meat most nights of the week. I'll do a vego meal maybe once a fortnight. To minimize cost, we often have bacon or tuna dishes.
01-02-2012 18:26 #40
Probably 5 dinners a week, but I would only cook 3 of those then have leftovers
Rarely have meat during the day.
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