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    I hate bloody vegetables

    fvcking hate them, except for french fries ( are they a vegetable ?) and leading the pack of foul tasting things that grow in the ground are these horrible things.



    Brussels sprouts, I hate the Belgium bastards that invented them as well.

    Next: Okra, what a piece of shit they are, slimy crap suitable for dark skinned peoples only.

    Next: Bell peppers, trendy looking Veg thats made out of plastic and it tastes like it. First time I had it, cooked at a twosome dinner party, by some North shore chick, I gagged on the fuckin stuff and didn't get a shag either, waste of time.

    Next: Spinach, Slimey shit suitable only for that wanker popeye.

    Next: Cabbage, not bad when its raw but I was brought up on the overcooked stuff, cooked until it smelled and tasted like cats piss.

    Next: Eggplant, what the fucks that about? it doesn't look anything like an egg does't it ?



    Well, thats the bulk of my list but don't get into the swampweed stuff my missus cooks up for her self.

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    Sorry to hear that Peter. I can't get enough of veges!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Brussels sprouts, I hate the Belgium bastards that invented them as well
    I bloody love sprouts, and they make for a damn explosive couple of hours in the flatulence department a few hours later. Perfect if your crimbo guests are overstaying their welcome.

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    All I can say, You bastards are SICK

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    ^ No we aren't, we eat our greens

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    fvcking hate them
    Me too, I can honestly say I have not eaten broccoli, swede, sprouts, cabbage, parsnips or carrots since I first tried them as a kid 35 years ago.

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    ^ Right spin, swedes and parsnip, forgot about those. My ol man loved mashed Carrots and parsnip, awful Shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Brussels sprouts, I hate the Belgium bastards that invented them as well
    I bloody love sprouts, and they make for a damn explosive couple of hours in the flatulence department a few hours later. Perfect if your crimbo guests are overstaying their welcome.
    Never liked Brussels sprouts until I moved to Japan. Like onions, to be sweet I think they have to be grown in low-sulfur soil.
    “You can lead a horticulture but you can’t make her think.” Dorothy Parker

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post
    I hate bloody vegetables
    Not rinsing them enough mate.

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    Try caramelising some sprouts with onions and peanuts. I think you'll like it.

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    Not much chance of that mate, I moved out of home to avoid my Mums home cooking when I was 18, not going to start experimenting with vegetables now.
    Salads I enjoy, Coleslaw as well, but cooked vegetables, No way.

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    Just had yesterdays unfinished portion of mashed spud, cabbage, broccoli, carrot and some pork.

    Veggies rule!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvbot View Post
    Just had yesterdays unfinished portion of mashed spud, cabbage,
    Mix that together and fry the shit out of it. Awesome. Throw the rest of the crap away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Salads I enjoy, Coleslaw as well, but cooked vegetables, No way
    Have to agree 100% here, salad works but any cooked veggies are just crap

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    I find cactus really hard to swallow.

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    Didn't you have some health problems a while back PP? Perhaps there is a correlation? I love broccoli, carrots and cauliflower. Also love a good steak to go with it though.

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    It has taken me years but i can just manage peas and carrots, maybe some mashed swede.
    As a child i was forced to eat disgusting stuff like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and sprouts. I think tht's why i turned out like i am; a sullen argumentative bastard. Parents don't do it please, let me be an example to you.

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    In my twilight years I am always on the lookout for something to prolong the agony of life. The latest medical evidence suggests that green leafy vegetables are useful in preventing disease.

    FROM THE NET:



    Salad greens are indeed an indispensable part of a healthful diet. No healthy diet is complete with out lettuce and spinach salads. Available throughout the year, these salad greens are abundant in essential nutrients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, carotene, calcium, folate, fiber, and phytonutrients. It is found that red and dark green leafs are richer in their nutrient content when compared to their lighter colored vegetable counterparts. However, since most of these leafy vegetables are added in either completely raw or partly cooked form, extreme care should be taken in order to prevent food-born illnesses.
    The nutrient rich nature of the leafy vegetables is due to the light-absorbing and energy-converting system of plants. They are naturally low in calories and sodium and also do not contribute to cholesterol accumulation. Phytonutrients present in salad greens provides long-term health. These elements also act as antioxidants and are found to help in preventing chronic ailments such as cancer and coronary irregularities.
    One cup of lettuce, the most popular leafy vegetable used in salads, contributes seven calories. That is why health-conscious people take in more lettuce. It will easily satisfy your hunger though the calorie contribution is less. However, lettuce is not considered as an independent vegetable. In salads, it gets mixed up with a variety of other leaves. All the salad greens, including lettuce are made available in a variety of flavors with slight difference. Some of the salad greens are crispy, some are bitter, still others are tangy.

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    How long does a Rabbit live Johnny?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    How long does a Rabbit live Johnny?
    Touche', but have you seen how much they breed.

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    You lot sound like a bunch of winging kids. Whats the average age round here..?

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    If you like salads, coleslaw and raw veg you're fine. Never was a lover of mushy peas or over-boiled veg.

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    Mushy peas cannot be called veg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Right spin, swedes and parsnip, forgot about those
    Apologies for reminding you. I have horrible memories of being forced to eat this stuff.
    I used to stuff veggies in my pockets at the dinner table when noone was looking and flush them down the bog later
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan
    Coleslaw
    Ah yes, I'll eat this. And its cabbage isnt it? The crap taste is well disguised though.

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    any cooked veggies are just crap


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