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    Dh is not fussy. But he does need ALOT of food. Like if I make lasagne or spag Bol I need a kilo of mince. He doesn't like mushies or onion or tomato but if I chop it up enough that it's hidden he doesn't care.
    And he is pretty basic, meat and two veg type meals, the odd chicken chasseur or stew or something. But needs meat with pretty much every meal.

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    DP is vegan, so he fends pretty much for himself.


 

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