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    simon, that kefir, can u just add milk as u drink it, for next day, keep in fridge, or out. ??

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    Christ, chico disease is spreading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Christ, chico disease is spreading.
    On a bright note a mod has finally altered chico's header . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Christ, chico disease is spreading.
    Who'd have thunk that brain damage is contagious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon43 View Post
    My diet is pretty much the same each day: unsweetened green tea, muesli, kefir milk, fruit, veggie, nuts, eggs, wheatgerm bread, salad, plus 7 Km fast walk to the shops and back (7 Km 'cos' the short-cut bamboo bridges across the river were washed away by the monsoon rains - happens every year - I use my motorbike to go shopping only if I'm in a hurry).
    Simon be interesting to see you're life in Laos now,you get to some interesting places.

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    I usually eat very healthy,though here in Norway the fat bastards eat some real crap,so at moment just salads and meats and nuts and fruit.

    shopping here costs an arm and a leg.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    I usually eat very healthy
    When you are not flipping burgers.


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    Today was a normal day for me food wise.
    Cereal for breakfast. Cream cheese bagel with fruit juice for lunch.
    Coffee and cake for tea.
    Thats with a gym session and swimming in between.

    Experimenting with the convection cooker. Chicken breast wrapped in bacon, white wine sauce and boiled white rice.
    Eating takeaway is tempting here. Plenty of Indian and Chinese dishes available, and very cheap too.
    Developed a liking for Pandesal, (soft bread rolls) filled with cold meats and beetroot, or back bacon.

    Lots of variety, no calorie counting and plenty of exercise.

    Cooking for one, in the tropics is not much fun. Not killed anyone with my culinary skills yet, unlike Chico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lob View Post
    simon, that kefir, can u just add milk as u drink it, for next day, keep in fridge, or out. ??
    You need to avoid drinking the kefir grains, or you'll soon run out of them! So you have to use a sieve to remove the grains, then add them to a new lot of milk. They won't multiply in the fridge - I leave my kefir out in a warm room for 24 hours and then sieve it and repeat. Note that the kefir milk won't go 'bad' if you leave it out for longer, even much longer! It will just get really thicker. I've drunk (eaten?) 7-day old kefir milk.
    Groping women when you're old is fine - everyone thinks you're senile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Simon be interesting to see you're life in Laos now,you get to some interesting places.
    Chico, I've just renewed my business visa, work permit and local ID for another 12 months... (I haven't had contact with any Lao police or immigration officials since I moved here last July, unlike the hoops and hassles for visas and TM30s etc in Thailand).

    I'll have to write about my life in Laos. My blood pressure is 100/65 and resting heart rate is typically 45, which is pretty good at 61 years old. Basically, those numbers mean I'm either suffering from low blood pressure and bradycardia, or I'm at zero stress levels! I know which one it is

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    Our diet is largely a matter of habit. Once you get off the garbage, you can never put it back into your system. I could never put greasy fast food into my mouth without spitting it out. It's utterly repulsive. Even the smell upsets my stomach.

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    ^ Fukkin Bender

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    Dillinger eats deep fried Mars Bars.

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    [QUOTE=Simon43;4156851]Chico, I've just renewed my business visa, work permit and local ID for another 12 months... (I haven't had contact with any Lao police or immigration officials since I moved here last July, unlike the hoops and hassles for visas and TM30s etc in Thailand).

    Ye I've heard the same from some people I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Dillinger eats deep fried Mars Bars.
    Via his rear garden

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    Quote Originally Posted by elche View Post
    Our diet is largely a matter of habit. Once you get off the garbage, you can never put it back into your system. I could never put greasy fast food into my mouth without spitting it out. It's utterly repulsive. Even the smell upsets my stomach.
    I could get to that point. But I hate my career too much. I need that drug sometimes.

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