How much do you cook?

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How much do you cook?

Kkay Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
08/19/2011
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Linga Linga
I cook everyday. I hate most pre-made food and pretty much all junk food apart from a good thin crust pizza, so I cook pretty much every meal and have a lot of fresh vegies
08/19/2011
GravyCakes GravyCakes
i don't do it that often b/c i currently can't afford too. i cook for my bf sometimes, though.
08/19/2011
K101 K101
Hardly ever! Lol. I just don't have time to cook.
08/19/2011
Destri Destri
Well, if my hubby cooking every day, counts then yes. I used to love to cook but I am disabled now and can't stand in the kitchen much. I help when I can. Hubby is a fantastic cook, by the way.
08/19/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
Hardly ever. I'm a terrible cook! I've been all but banned from the kitchen.
08/19/2011
shySEXXaddict shySEXXaddict
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Originally posted by Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
unfortunately I dont cook that much.Im not a very good cook and tend to burn alot of things.If I had more time then maybe I would enjoy it more and actually be able to take my time.
08/19/2011
sarki sarki
I use to love cooking for family but I just hate it now
08/19/2011
Wildchild Wildchild
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Originally posted by Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
Since I'v gotten sick, i don't eat much and nothing tastes good. Take out works for me.
08/19/2011
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
I cook a lot.
08/19/2011
Kim! Kim!
Due to dumb third shift and and classes I cook three nights per week, my nights off. I also occasionally cook lunch too.
08/19/2011
Ghost Ghost
I've recently been in the middle of a large move, so my schedule is interrupted, but we usually cook almost every day. Finding healthy, vegetarian food is difficult when eating out.
08/19/2011
Ansley Ansley
I cook almost every night unless we have a specific craving for something from the deli that is already made. I don't mind it, and even enjoy it on most nights. I've been making some pork chops lately that would make you slap your momma.
08/19/2011
Kkay Kkay
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Originally posted by Ansley
I cook almost every night unless we have a specific craving for something from the deli that is already made. I don't mind it, and even enjoy it on most nights. I've been making some pork chops lately that would make you slap your momma.
Any chance you'd share the recipe?
08/19/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
I like to cook ... unless it's for my immediate family, then it's a rotation of the same seven meals because of anti-vegetable sentiments, anti-spice sentiments, anti-fish sentiments, anti ... you get the idea.

Cooking for picky eaters isn't worth it.
08/19/2011
toxie m toxie m
Not nearly enough. My diet is terrible, I hardly ever actually cook a meal as opposed to just microwaving something or eating bits and pieces of already-ready food (like muffins or a thing of yogurt)
08/19/2011
Rossie Rossie
I usually cook on weeknights except Fridays, that's the night my husband buys Carne Asada burritos from his favorite food truck home for dinner. I also don't cook on the weekends, it's either eat out or take-outs.
08/19/2011
married with children married with children
we cook 99% of our meals. Most of them are cooked by me. Going out to eat is too expensive, not to mention not that healthy for you.
08/20/2011
padmeamidala padmeamidala
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Originally posted by Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
I cook a lot of our meals and really enjoy it.
08/20/2011
Beaners Beaners
Hah! Hahaha! Me? Cook? That's funny.
08/23/2011
Papershotglass Papershotglass
Gluten and (mostly) caesin free here. Almost everything I eat is hand made by myself.
When I mention my diet (also a pescatarian), people really look at me with this pitying look, but somehow, I like how my diet is 99% of the time. It helped with a recent and huge weight loss too.
Before, I was eating horrible stuff like box mac and cheese or Doritos - these days, it's munching on hummus with flax/chia seed chips, eating quinoa with fish, snacking on cherries or drinking hemp milk.
Of course, a diet is a way of life, not a fad, so gotta keep that in mind...
08/23/2011
CSEA CSEA
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Originally posted by Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
I love to cook! Almsot everyday except for Sunday Dinners and possibly Saturday lunch
08/23/2011
CSEA CSEA
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Originally posted by Papershotglass
Gluten and (mostly) caesin free here. Almost everything I eat is hand made by myself.
When I mention my diet (also a pescatarian), people really look at me with this pitying look, but somehow, I like how my diet is 99% of the time. It helped with ...
Wow totally awesome! Congrats for you!! I really agree with you, a diet is a way of life, it shouldnt be the next "quick fix." We want to look great as we age, not worse from the stress of yoyo diets and weight gain
08/23/2011
Papershotglass Papershotglass
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Originally posted by CSEA
Wow totally awesome! Congrats for you!! I really agree with you, a diet is a way of life, it shouldnt be the next "quick fix." We want to look great as we age, not worse from the stress of yoyo diets and weight gain
I think what really made me look at my eating habits more objectively was an episode of Good Eats. In it, the host discussed how he lost 50 lbs in 6 or 9 months and how he did it. I think everyone should watch that episode, if only that.
His way of life is a little more strict than mine (like hell I'm giving up my one can of soda a day), but much like anything in life - they're nice guidelines to build off of.
Edit: and oh yeah: Thanks! Didn't notice the weight was gone until nothing fit right. Haha.
08/24/2011
Valentinka Valentinka
I have to cook for myself, 'cause there's no one else to do it for the most of time and I can't afford eating out too often. But I'm a bit too lazy to cook everyday, so I either so it in advance or just eat something like yogurts or sandwiches
09/26/2011
SaMiKaY SaMiKaY
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Originally posted by Kkay
I'm curious. For me, I have a very prominent food intolerance, so I make almost everything I eat from scratch.
Everyday! My boyfriend and I are both chefs =)
09/26/2011
Ash1141 Ash1141
I cook dinner about 4 nights a week. I have a lot going on in the evenings with the kids so I can't cook every night.
09/26/2011
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