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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    I agree! I really enjoy food. I pity people that can’t enjoy good meals. Those that go on the crazy shake diets,etc. Work out, pick and choose your good meals, but don’t sacrifice too much.
    I’m thinking Chinese for lunch today?
    100% in agreement.
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    I'm thinking going to one of my new favorite places called crazy bowls and wraps. I recommend it for those looking for a healthier option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrongSide View Post
    I'm thinking going to one of my new favorite places called crazy bowls and wraps. I recommend it for those looking for a healthier option.
    Where is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    I agree! I really enjoy food. I pity people that can’t enjoy good meals. Those that go on the crazy shake diets,etc. Work out, pick and choose your good meals, but don’t sacrifice too much.
    I’m thinking Chinese for lunch today?
    Sounds like exactly what I do.

    It also shocks me how little people know about food. While what I said I had for lunch sounds like misery, because it was "healthy," that is not a healthy meal. Raisins are packed with sugar and only good for you in moderation, as are most dried fruits. I dominate them in my salad. Walnuts are high in calories. My "dessert" is because I have one of the worst sweet tooths that I know of. If I could eat a piece of cake, I would. I am the poster child for "too much of anything is not good for you."

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Where is it?
    There is one in Oakley and in Blue ash.

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    Microwave burrito, chips and a banana today....Blah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrongSide View Post
    There is one in Oakley and in Blue ash.
    OK, that explains why I've never heard of them.
    Just set up a lunch date for Barleycorns today.

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    Had Biscuits & Gravy late this morning, so that will probably serve as lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    Sounds like exactly what I do.

    It also shocks me how little people know about food. While what I said I had for lunch sounds like misery, because it was "healthy," that is not a healthy meal. Raisins are packed with sugar and only good for you in moderation, as are most dried fruits. I dominate them in my salad. Walnuts are high in calories. My "dessert" is because I have one of the worst sweet tooths that I know of. If I could eat a piece of cake, I would. I am the poster child for "too much of anything is not good for you."
    Randy's down here having biscuits & gravy for lunch and you're telling us that salad ain't healthy?

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    Cheerios and skim milk

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    Quote Originally Posted by formerkywrestler View Post
    Randy's down here having biscuits & gravy for lunch and you're telling us that salad ain't healthy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    Sounds like exactly what I do.

    It also shocks me how little people know about food. While what I said I had for lunch sounds like misery, because it was "healthy," that is not a healthy meal. Raisins are packed with sugar and only good for you in moderation, as are most dried fruits. I dominate them in my salad. Walnuts are high in calories. My "dessert" is because I have one of the worst sweet tooths that I know of. If I could eat a piece of cake, I would. I am the poster child for "too much of anything is not good for you."
    I eat something similar to that pretty regularly. Spinach, feta, tomatoes, avocados, walnuts, and dried cranberries with olive oil. Definitely not like choking down a pile of lettuce and dressing.

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    Chicken salad with grapes and walnuts. Fresh lettuce out of my garden. Fried apples for dessert.

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    I was with a co-worker in the plant during lunch time, so he asked if I wanted to go out for lunch and it was close to 1pm. I'm really regretting it now

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    Black and blue burger fries and iced tea.

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