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My week cam/'fumes

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by bigjbear, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. bigjbear

    bigjbear 1 ton status Staff Member Moderator

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    Well, my week of the sort of cam's challenge is over. I say sort of because 'fumes actually wanted us to go vegan for the week. Like I said from the start, I was not up for that and went vegetarian for the week instead. My wife thought it was a cool idea and joined in.

    If you read the other post you know that we had a dinner party on wendsday and both of us had a little pork sausage and chicken. So we did not make the week meat free, but we came close. My wife said since we slipped that day we ought to tack on one more. I was up for that, so we went from sunday evening until dinner yesterday.

    I tried some new foods; like soy milk and bocaburgers (I'd only had a bite in the past.) I ate a lot more veggies and nuts than normal. I was surprised at how much I wanted meat by the end of the week. Yesterday, at dinner my wife and I mutually declared the challenge over. What I really wanted was roast suckling pig. The closest I could find was some pulled pork BBQ. It was great!

    Looking back on the week I've got to say it was an interesting experiment. I think the biggest change was thinking before I ate something. 'fumes great idea, even though I did not fully accept it. cam, that is quite a lifestyle you have there.
     
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    What I wanted to eat:


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    What I was eating when I read about the challenge...

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    chevyfumes Court jester

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    hey atleast we tried, it was a trippy experiment though...;)
     
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    I wrap my roast beef in lettuce, does that count?
     
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    only if its bolgogi.
     
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    Bolgogi - is that the new rubber sliced Spam?

    Good thing we have vegetarians or Mexico's economy would collapse in a giant refried fart.
     
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    Whether you spell if Bolgogi or Bool Kogi this grilled steak dish is as delicious as it is versatile. Start with strips of tender beef, marinate, grill and serve in endless ways. Traditionally this dish is served wrapped in thin bread like moo shu pancakes, but you can use tortillas or wrap them in lettuce leave. Or you can pile it up on rice. It makes a great meal and a great appetizer. You can even substitute the beef with chicken, fish, or most any other meat you happen to have on hand.

    TASTY! Hey Fumes go make me a steak biatch. :haha:
     

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