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fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of bacon

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2009/08/02 09:38:51 (permalink)
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fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of bacon

alright lads
 
Just wondered what ur stance on eating the likes of the following are
 
French toast (eggy bread) - made in the frying pan - with olive oil or low fat oil, few eggs, and milk?!??!
 
low fat sausages??
 
Bacon but also cutting off the fat on it ??
 
I sometimes get bored of my diet, chicken tuna, salad, veg and look to mix it up with food that is'nt so bad!
 
so what do you think about the above?
 
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    hamiltonsfitness
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 09:51:09 (permalink)
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    Too much fat, not enough nutrition. If you are on a restricted diet you have less opportunity to get all of the nutrients that you need, so you can't afford to waste calories.
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 10:09:09 (permalink)
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    I would go for the best quality sausages you can afford, as these should be almost pure meat.  Lo fat ones tend to have all sorts of crappy fillers in them.
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 10:12:40 (permalink)
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    if you mean eating these foods for a change then i see no problem with that, just don't make them the main stay of your diet.
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 22:26:04 (permalink)
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    get decent quality sausages, they are much better than any low fat nonsense.  eggs are fine, as is bread, so they arent going to turn into monsters when combined.  I dont even see the need to cut the fat off the bacon to be honest.  add in some tomatoes and maybe some mushrooms (decent ones tho, fresh) and peas

    depends alot on your goal, but if its bulking, or maintaining then imo there would be nothing wrong with that a couple of times a week.

    diets dont have to be totally clean and boring all the time to be healthy.  Its about finding a balance.

    Food is also a pleasure, so why go through your life and never have tasty food.  long as its kept under control its fine
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 22:27:59 (permalink)
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    manuka

    sausages "mystery bags"


    i really dont understand that comment at all to be honest.  Unless your buying them ready cooked in a sarnie shop, then sausages will have on the packet exactly whats in them.
     
    where is the mystery?   unless you cant or dont read the ingredients and nutrition label!
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 22:47:57 (permalink)
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    I think that what manuka means, is even though a sausage will say it has x% of meat in it, this "meat" is allowed to be made up of a certain amount of fat and connective tissue, the percentage being governed by food laws ... so really you don't know exactly what is in your sausage.  Also they have to meet a certain level of meat content (42% i think for pork sausage) before they can be called a Pork Sausage .... anything less than this and they are just labelled "sausage" and god knows what is in them!
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/02 23:46:55 (permalink)
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    RedHotF

    I think that what manuka means, is even though a sausage will say it has x% of meat in it, this "meat" is allowed to be made up of a certain amount of fat and connective tissue, the percentage being governed by food laws ... so really you don't know exactly what is in your sausage.  Also they have to meet a certain level of meat content (42% i think for pork sausage) before they can be called a Pork Sausage .... anything less than this and they are just labelled "sausage" and god knows what is in them!


    i know what you mean, thats why i said buy decent ones!  or get them from a  butcher who makes them himself, could even make them at home if that worried about it!
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 17:27:36 (permalink)
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    I have to agree with manukas mystery bags comment - funny too. 

    Granted good butchers ones are excluded as daz states.

    As for general sausages even with 40% pork doesn't that just mean 40% comes from a pig?

    So that could be pigs feet, or pigs eyes, or pigs anus's urgggg - nee ta

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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 18:17:16 (permalink)
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    Mickey123

    I have to agree with manukas mystery bags comment - funny too. 

    Granted good butchers ones are excluded as daz states.

    As for general sausages even with 40% pork doesn't that just mean 40% comes from a pig?

    So that could be pigs feet, or pigs eyes, or pigs anus's urgggg - nee ta


    Don't knock pigs anus 'til you've tried it!
     
    lol
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    :]

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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 18:31:06 (permalink)
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    "Connective tissue" is an umbrella term for so many things - bet that includes pigs bum holes as well and god knows what else!
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 18:36:14 (permalink)
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    RedHotF

    "Connective tissue" is an umbrella term for so many things - bet that includes pigs bum holes as well and god knows what else!


    Making me hungry just thinking about it!
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 19:12:25 (permalink)
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    haha wilks you need therapy.  Or you could just go eat a donner kebab for your anus eating fix! 
    Great thing is with a donner it could be a pig anus, or a cow's or if you really get luck a horses.  Apparently the horses taste best if you can get em.  Ask the shop owner where he gets his anus's from.......

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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 19:15:52 (permalink)
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    Mickey123 

    Ask the shop owner where he gets his anus's from.......

    :]

    And get a punch in the face no doubt!
     
    Well I've had my chicken and veg so anus is off the menu.  I find it gives me stomach ache if I eat it too late, so will be sticking to my quark and hot choc powder for later.....
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    Re:fatty food or okay ?? Frech toast(eggy bread), low fat sausage, cutting the fat of baco 2009/08/03 19:36:04 (permalink)
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    good man :]

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