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Nikko

Food Lovin' Kuncet
I'll go first

-peanut butter
-eggs
-spinach
-banana

3 things I eat every single day
 

spartacus

Well-known member
eggs on toast for breakfast every day, tuna and rice for lunch most days, almonds and cashews every day 60gm, 250ml of milk every day.
 

Nikko

Food Lovin' Kuncet
Yay peanut butter & eggs for the win so far
peanutbutter is my addiction might need rehab
 

Big Mick

"2014 - Kunce of the year"
I'll go first

-peanut butter
-eggs
-spinach
-banana


3 things I eat every single day

They are 4 things:confused:

I don't think there is anything I eat every day, what is everyones fetish with peanut butter, don't think I have had it for about 20 years it's vile stuff IMO.

I have bacon most days, but certainly not every day, that's about the closest.
 
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Bazza20

Well-known member
They are 4 things:confused:

I don't think there is anything I eat every day, what is everyones fetish with peanut butter, don't think I have had it for about 20 years it's vile stuff IMO.

I have bacon most days, but certainly not every day, that's about the closest.

Again Mick. Like the other diet thread. Just because you like or don't like it doesn't mean everyone has to be the same as you.
 
They are 4 things:confused:

I don't think there is anything I eat every day, what is everyones fetish with peanut butter, don't think I have had it for about 20 years it's vile stuff IMO.

I have bacon most days, but certainly not every day, that's about the closest.

I never like peanut butter up until the day I tried this stuff made in tassie, another is "PICS" you can buy this in the supermarket.

peanut butter "to me" is extremely satisfying.
 
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