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Testing Out Vegetarianism

I always wanted to be a vegetarian. It always sounded like such a noble cause: saving the animals, the environment, and my health all in one fell swoop. But my actual experience with vegetarianism is somewhat mixed. In high school, I quit eating meat altogether for about six months, much to the chagrin of my meat-loving family. Eventually the weight of fixing my own vegetarian dinners was too burdensome, so I decided to incorporate chicken into my meals. A few months after that, pork found its way back into my diet. I managed to avoid beef entirely for 10 years, before I finally broke down and had a hamburger. A lot people are probably similar to me. Vegetarianism sounds like the right thing to do, but you're not quite sure you can actually go all the way. October is also National Vegetarian Awareness Month, so for the past three weeks, my husband and I have taken on a new challenge: eating a vegetarian diet. Neither of us are interested in becoming full-time vegetarians, but we also realized that we were perhaps relying on meat a little too much. This would be our experiment to get us used to mixing more fruits and vegetables into our meal planning. Like many people with diabetes, Continue reading >>

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  2. TyrionsRedCoat

    Not only is it a carbohydrate nightmare, it looks like prison slop. What is that shit on top of the noodles? Gravy? Or brown tomato sauce? Alpo bolognese, perhaps?
    And the sides? Gross. I mean, peas and pasta is a thing, but only with a cream sauce that contains plenty of delicious cheese. The instant mashed potatoes appear to be here only to add insult to injury as they don't belong anywhere near pasta except when being used to make gnocchi (and when doing that, you use real potatoes, not some reconstituted crap from a box).
    And all this fuckery is served up on a chipped plate, with artificial "butter" that probably won't melt because all that shit is room temperature, guaranteed.
    Never mind the BG meter, this picture caused my WTF meter to redline as well.

  3. MC99

    What is that shit on top of the noodles? Gravy? Or brown tomato sauce? Alpo bolognese, perhaps?
    It's obviously spaghetti tikka masala that OP has been served

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