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    If you wenton a vegan diet for a Month then had a steak it must taste sublime.

    I wonder if it's the same after the Carnivore diet with cabbage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    Well *that* doesn't sound like something you would do at all
    It's out of character, I know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    If you wenton a vegan diet for a Month then had a steak it must taste sublime.
    I actually know someone who did exactly that.

    They reckon there was no major issue doing either diet but that the swing and change from one to the other was too extreme. A lot of gastro issues apparently.

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    I used to lift share with this bodybuilder. He'd let out a right fuckin stinker that you could taste, whilst fumbling for the window winder, then say 'protein'

    "No mate that's fucking Shit"

    I used to get him back when he slept by shrieking whilst abruptly swerving onto the rumble strip: next to the motorway exit

    Good Times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    "No mate that's fucking Shit"


    Surprisingly few, err, intestinal effects for me on this diet this far. Wasn't expecting that though as I said still early days.

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    ^Before Keto was the "Atkins diet". Same gist; all protein no carbs. People (mostly blokes) turning up at the hospital with 28" waists, and heart disease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I used to lift share with this bodybuilder. He'd let out a right fuckin stinker that you could taste, whilst fumbling for the window winder, then say 'protein'

    "No mate that's fucking Shit"

    I used to get him back when he slept by shrieking whilst abruptly swerving onto the rumble strip: next to the motorway exit

    Good Times
    & how was the rumble strip sex? Poofter... Happy times indeed...
    How do I post these pictures???

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    Never really in the mood for a massive breakfast during the week as I am up pretty early at 5:30 most days. Overnight oats with fruit and nuts, corrupted with maple syrup.

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    Mixed it up a bit today... Bacon with Ground Black Angus Beef Topside & Chuck 'n Egg scramble:



    And I'm in a fucking good mood Dill you twat!

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    Breakfast-20200219_083302-jpg

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    ^^^, ^^, ^ Three great breakfasts on this page!

    Whenever I visit Singapore I always make time for a breakfast in Little India.

    I've been coming to this place on and off for the last sixteen years or so.



    You always used to be greeted by a huge old Indian guy, but he doesn't seem to be around any more.



    And the menu...



    I always have the same thing... paratha, dahl and mutton curry.



    Probably not the healthiest of breakfasts but it's only once a year... and it's great!



    But the problem with curry for breakfast... I thought the patterned shirt was precaution enough, but will have to make an unscheduled stop at the hotel now.

    Luckily the wife packed me an extra shirt 'for emergencies', which I pooh poohed at the time. Glad she did now!

    Last edited by Mendip; 19-02-2020 at 08:31 PM.

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    That looks fucking ace
    we won it at wemberlee
    we on it in gay paree...

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    Yep agree, looks really good... Apart from the shirt.

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    Both of those dishes look a bit 'thin' to me.

    In need of more reduction.

    Hence the shirt hazard.

    Paratha looks great. I'd need two to deal with the extraneous liquid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Both of those dishes look a bit 'thin' to me.

    In need of more reduction.

    Hence the shirt hazard.

    Paratha looks great. I'd need two to deal with the extraneous liquid.

    For 'Breakie', I wouldn't mind it a little more fluid ... more 'extraneous liquid'.

    Then again ... I probably wouldn't have them for breakfast.
    “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Luckily the wife packed me an extra shirt 'for emergencies', which I pooh poohed at the time. Glad she did now!
    Reminds me of this meme which a local resto uses in its advertising for their curry days


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    I always have the same thing... paratha, dahl and mutton curry.
    My go to in India for brekkie is always Dosas and Idlys with egg, toms and onions and a load of massala infused yogurt to dip it in - stop at any lorry park up and they serve em - cheap as chips and always fresh cooked in front of you.

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    Are those flared jeans you're wearing mate?

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    ^ 'Bootcut' I think they call 'em.

    It's the latest thing in Somerset!

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    Probably against forum rules, but as he outed himself with the shirt, here is a mugshot of Mendip.

    Rumour has it he has a butler and drives a red Ferrari.

    ...oh, and he had a black mate that flies him about in a helicopter every so often

    Last edited by Bogon; 19-02-2020 at 10:12 PM.
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    In my defence I would have to say Bogon, that you've yet again showed a pic of JPPR's immaculate truck interior.

    I think my integrity remains intact!

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    ^ Bloody hell. Gonna go back and edit!

    Why does this happen with the pics every so often?
    Black diamonds? I shit 'em.

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    Your edit makes my comment a bit odd!

    Is that Magnum? I've been compared to a lot worse!

    I'll take PI Magnum over a water buffalo any time!

    Compliment accepted!

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    Not had one of these for a while.

    Wild woodland mushrooms,black pudding, cherry tomatoes,scrambled egg,pork chipolotas,streaky bacon,wholemeal toast and a 28 day matured Aberdeen Angus steak. ..



    Sadly missing the baked beans and HP, need to do a shop
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    and a 28 day matured Aberdeen Angus steak. ..
    Chitty I am cooking dinner here. But in all seriousness, that does not qualify as a steak. Its not even as big or thick as a half slice of white toast.

    I also thought the eggs were mashed potatoes.

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    ^^ Portions, Chitty.....portions.


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