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Weird things you do with food

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  • kbushe3221kbushe3221 Member Posts: 146 Member Member Posts: 146 Member
    -Salsa goes with everything:
    Baked potato & salsa
    Canned tuna & salsa
    Eggs & salsa
    Avocado toast & salsa
    Celery stick & salsa
    Steel cut oats, quinoa, rice, any other whole grain & salsa
    Pasta & salsa
    (You get it)
    - if salsa doesn’t go with it (or I’m out 😱), then Mustard goes with everything!
    or soy sauce
    Or hot sauce
    -Take things apart to eat because playing with my food is part of the fun! Sandwiches, desserts, candies, snack nibbles
    - anything can be eaten at any meal
    - either eat everything separately and sequentially or mix it together casserole style before eating.
    - I grew up with four siblings, so I eat FAST (even when I think I’m eating slowly)

    I agree with many of these lol
  • Slacker16Slacker16 Member Posts: 1,022 Member Member Posts: 1,022 Member
    Well... I don't think it's weird, but others do. I eat each dish separately, if there's sauce left over from one I'll mop it up with a little bread before moving on.

    The only exception is "Chinese" takeaway.
  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 5,111 Member Member Posts: 5,111 Member
    Slacker16 wrote: »
    Well... I don't think it's weird, but others do. I eat each dish separately, if there's sauce left over from one I'll mop it up with a little bread before moving on.

    The only exception is "Chinese" takeaway.
    I do the same thing! I eat each item on my plate fully before moving on. I don’t take bites of each like a bite of burger bite of salad bite of Cole slaw. I eat all the Cole slaw, then all the salad, then the burger.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 4,949 Member Member Posts: 4,949 Member
    Yoghurt sprinkled with instant coffee.
  • acpgeeacpgee Member Posts: 4,949 Member Member Posts: 4,949 Member
    Bread with peanut butter and sambal badjak (=Indonesian chilli paste).
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Member Posts: 3,616 Member Member Posts: 3,616 Member
    I forgot, some people think Fritos in milk is weird
  • smithker75smithker75 Member, Premium Posts: 58 Member Member, Premium Posts: 58 Member
    acpgee wrote: »
    I like to put a dab of mayo in stir fried rice. It’s so good

    That sounds good to me too!

    I like a combination of mayo & ketchup with fries or on a sweet potato.

    I like white gravy, but prefer to have a little ketchup with it if possible. I put ketchup on green beans. I put ketchup on brown/pinto beans, any type of bean really.

    Aside from the above, I actually dislike ketchup (with fries etc).

    I like sour cream in almost anything...when my husband makes a very spicy stir fry or curry, I always put sour cream or cottage cheese in it to cool it down and honestly now I prefer it with those things mixed in.

    I used to eat cottage cheese on pot pies (the cheap beef or chicken Banquet brand) as a teen. I haven't had that in probably 20 years but it still sounds kind of good and I wouldn't want a pot pie without cottage cheese.

    I've started eating toast with coconut or cashew butter, and a fried egg on top. Sort of like a sandwich. For some reason the flavors just work.

    In Holland, everyone eats fries with mayo. Sometimes also with ketchup and peanut satay sauce too. The last combination is known as "patatjes oorlog" or "french fry war".

    Fries are mostly served with tomato sauce (ketchup) or aioli here in Australia. Mayo or aioli with fries was common in more than one European country I've visited. In Iceland, they serve fries with Kokkteilsósa (cocktail sauce). It's a delicious combination of mayo, sour cream, ketchup and mustard.
  • DrTeeeevilDrTeeeevil Member, Premium Posts: 11 Member Member, Premium Posts: 11 Member
    1. I find that throwing some apple cider vinegar in my 16 oz water bottle topped with ice is quite refreshing for any workout (not sure that counts as food)

    2. Vanilla extract in 2% milk (8 oz) with 1 packet of Splenda is like melted vanilla ice cream deliciousness... sometimes I'll throw in some cardamom for good measure, and I always drink my "vanilla milk" with a straw :)

    3. I like sweet oatmeal loaded up with cayenne for a nice kick in the taste buds (my go-to is 1/4 cup steel cut oats with cinnamon, a few drops of vanilla, steamed sweet potato, some chopped pecans, pumpkin spice, touch of maple syrup, & 2-3 generous dashes cayenne)
    edited May 20
  • JellygrlJellygrl Member Posts: 109 Member Member Posts: 109 Member
    Vegemite, grated cheese and lettuce sandwich
  • riffwalkdaleriffwalkdale Member Posts: 242 Member Member Posts: 242 Member
    Jellygrl wrote: »
    Vegemite, grated cheese and lettuce sandwich

    That's my jams.
  • amorfati601070amorfati601070 Member Posts: 1,729 Member Member Posts: 1,729 Member
    Jellygrl wrote: »
    Vegemite, grated cheese and lettuce sandwich

    The lettuce seems out of place but maybe not so much, could add a nice "crunch factor" to the sanga. Have to try it sometime.
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 6,268 Member Member Posts: 6,268 Member
    If I were to make a sandwich, it has to cut diagonally.
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