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International cuisine

Monday, January 26, 2015


INTERNATIONAL....the word I couldn't think of in the video LOL
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  • MILTONS_MAMA
    I hate to be the dissenting voice, but I'm not really a fan of any world cuisine. As a vegetarian, I'm always pretty grossed out when I learn what each culture deems acceptable and desirable to eat. Now that I'm a vegan, I have to be even more of a picky eater. It makes me feel like it would just be so much easier if they would already be eating like me, instead of me having to alter everything, so that I can eat it. But I guess I can feel vindicated that my arteries probably are cleaner than some people's.
    363 days ago
  • TIMEHASCOME56
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    1726 days ago
  • AJB121299
    nice
    1727 days ago
  • MELLO63
    Hi! and Happy Birthday!!! I like Italian food and Asian. Both are yummy! I like your video blog - so cute! Have a great "getting healthy" journey! emoticon
    1727 days ago
  • SHARIECARTER
    Happy birthday! I love sushi and Cantonese food. Yummmmm! Love the blog. Have a great time with your friends.

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    1728 days ago
  • GTKARLA
    You're so cute emoticon I love Indian food, I don't eat out but I make it at home, especially vegetarian curries with legumes and lentils. But anything that's got lots of spices in, so I'm fond of middle eastern and mexican too. I'm not american so things like corn bread and chilis are international to me emoticon
    1728 days ago
  • MEOWMEEEOW
    The video loaded much faster than before, which was nice. On the other hand, it wasn't as clear. When you moved, you became a momentary blur. Either camera is fine, but this one was easier on my patience. :)

    After visiting Thailand, I fell in love with Thai food as long as it's not too hot. It can be one of the easier places to make good choices too. Mexican food is fun, but I never can steer clear of the chips very well. I don't know if you can find an El Salvadoran restaurant in your area. We don't have them here, but I remember loving pupusas. Vietnamese food can be really fun. One of my favorites for dodging meat is Lebanese food. Gotta love the falafel!
    1728 days ago
  • SARASHEART
    Yummm
    1728 days ago
  • KAREN2LOSE55
    Hi Sara, Your voice was real clear, but your face wasn't as clear, but everything worked ok, so that's good. As far as Int'l cuisine, we love Vietnamese food. My husband loves those steamed buns, which are like raw dough and they're filled with meat and veggies and then are steamed. We really like so many types of food. We love trying new dishes too. We love Indian and I just made a yummy Indian dish today. I would eat pasta every day if I could, but I don't dare! But I love it, so that's Italian. You could find us in just about every kind of restaurant, so that tells you, that we just about love them all. These days, I just try to find the more healthy dishes and it usually is possible. Like in the Mexican restaurants, they bring out the basket of chips and salsa, that's the beginning of a non-healthy meal for me, so that can just be a treat every now and then. And then, there;s nothing like a good rib-eye steak, so see, we just like to eat! emoticon
    1728 days ago
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