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As for my diet now, I eat TONS of oatmeal. That's pretty much my #1 dish these days. I eat at least one bowl of vegetables daily and I have a fruit every morning, bananas, blueberries, apples. I eat a lot of salads. I don't eat a lot of eggs, although I know several vegetarians who do. Egg yolks aren't that healthy and I limit egg consumption to around 2 times a week. As for chicken, some weeks I have it a lot, and some weeks I don't. I guess my average is 2-3 times a week because some weeks I'll have it like 4 times. I try to limit eating tuna a lot because of the mayonnaise factor, although I buy light, no-fat mayo.

So yeah, that's it for me for the most part. My diet is more about looking good than anything else. Everything I eat has a plan behind it, and that plan is to keep in shape, stay lean in the torso and face, and being sexy.
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Make it less thick, and send it back to the kitchen and have it properly baked/fried, you'll sleep much better.
That is because I would not have eaten it. Baked/fried steak? Not possible.

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I'm more of a semi-vegetarian than a full-blown one. But I virtually never eat red meat, never never, not once-in-a-while never. I eat tuna and chicken a fair bit, but that's about the extent of the meat I have.

To me, things like meat loaf, hot dogs, BBQ ribs, cheeseburgers, they are disgusting and unhealthy. Then you add on the dead animal aspect,
So chicken and tuna are fine? Not being dead animals, like!

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The thought of baked steak honestly makes me nauseous.
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So chicken and tuna are fine? Not being dead animals, like!
I didn't say they were fine or not fine from a principled POV. I said that that's the only type of meat I have. Also, I'm not a pure vegetarian. I'm not someone who is going to be fake and go to vegetarian rallies when I eat chicken and tuna, but at the same time I totally support the principle behind being vegetarian for moral reasons.
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OK, you're just not a moral person then?

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So chicken and tuna are fine? Not being dead animals, like!
personally, I don't care that much about dead animals... I simply don't like meat, it just doesn't taste good for me. But I like tuna/fish

I also count myself semi-vegetarian because I eat all dairy products, eggs, tuna, seafood, etc.

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I am a vegetarian
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Lunch: Clif Bar
Dinner: Plain pasta

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what's the relation between tuna and mayonaise?
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Dinner - veggie chilli (made with quorn mince), jacket potato, salad

I eat soya or quorn for about 3 main meals a week and the other meals I will have meals with different varieties of veggies.

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I love vegetables.

They make a wonderful side to a steak dinner.

Then again, so does more steak.

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That is because I would not have eaten it. Baked/fried steak? Not possible.
Well, I'm a huge fan of eating meat, but a thick and half-alive steak is simply gross, wouldn't touch it with a ten foot fork. De gustibus non est disputandum

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Don't you people at least eat eggs and soy beans and stuff??? Surely it cannot be healthy to not eat anything rich in protein?
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As for my diet now, I eat TONS of oatmeal. That's pretty much my #1 dish these days. I eat at least one bowl of vegetables daily and I have a fruit every morning, bananas, blueberries, apples. I eat a lot of salads. I don't eat a lot of eggs, although I know several vegetarians who do. Egg yolks aren't that healthy and I limit egg consumption to around 2 times a week. As for chicken, some weeks I have it a lot, and some weeks I don't. I guess my average is 2-3 times a week because some weeks I'll have it like 4 times. I try to limit eating tuna a lot because of the mayonnaise factor, although I buy light, no-fat mayo.

So yeah, that's it for me for the most part. My diet is more about looking good than anything else. Everything I eat has a plan behind it, and that plan is to keep in shape, stay lean in the torso and face, and being sexy.
Agree, oatmeal/porridge are known very well for having tons of iron in them. They are a great way to start off breakfast for vegetarians and those that want healthier diets. I'm sure they are loaded with other key nutrients. But I do know iron is the main one when it comes to mind.

I usually eat bananas in the morning as well, best time as it gives you energy.

lol people get confused about mayo and tuna fish but to those that are unfamiliar, it's another common do it yourself lunch, pretty popular in U.S. I often consider it an alternative to the classic PBJ sandwiches since both are popular there.
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