What is the healthiest food from a chip shop?

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(Original post by Dajo123)
Is that a philosophical comment or are you just hungry?
I'm hungry so I want a veggie burger from burger king :cool:
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What is Soya? beans?
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Healthiest...ummm...
Grilled fish!....

mmmm...I feel hungry now!
*checks the freezer for frozen fish cutlets and fries*...... no joy
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(Original post by Whats_The_411?)
I'm hungry so I want a veggie burger from burger king :cool:
Mmmm, those ones are the best, (drooling over the keyboard)
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Usually they are made from vegetables coated in breadcrumbs!!
That's what you think.

The odd meal from the chip shop is tolerable, a veggie burger is one of the better options I suppose.

Although certain things are just asking for a premature death and all manner of malardies - avoid dodgy offcuts of meat on spindles like the plague (unless you want to catch it, that is).
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What is Soya? beans?
Soya protein is used to make a range of veggie products from faux burgers to faux chicken nuggets, its derived from the Soya bean.
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avoid dodgy offcuts of meat on spindles like the plague (unless you want to catch it, that is).
Agreed, that Kebab thing is usually made up of 5 different animals (not always from the same species) its genetic waste in a pitta bread.
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What is Soya? beans?
In a word - horrible. Soya extract is just horrible pus that they squeeze from the beans and put in 'food'.

The ickiest food on the planet - soya beans (the inspiration for gruel in Oliver)
The ickiest drink on the planet - soya milk

Source: The Rob Guide to Gastronomy 2005
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In a word - horrible. Soya extract is just horrible pus that they squeeze from the beans and put in 'food'.

The ickiest food on the planet - soya beans (the inspiration for gruel in Oliver)
The ickiest drink on the planet - soya milk

Source: The Rob Guide to Gastrology 2005
In its raw form? yes (like many other foods) but once its seasoned on made into a meal its actually quite nice.
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In a word - horrible. Soya extract is just horrible pus that they squeeze from the beans and put in 'food'.

The ickiest food on the planet - soya beans (the inspiration for gruel in Oliver)
The ickiest drink on the planet - soya milk

Source: The Rob Guide to Gastrology 2005
:eek: ...gross!!!!!
gee thanx...now I won't be having any soya product ever in my life!!!
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Kebabs are good, some places are a bit dodgy admitted but there is this brilliant kebab shop near me. Ahhhhh drooooool
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In its raw form? yes (like many other foods) but once its seasoned on made into a meal its actually quite nice.
Eaten raw, for me, it is simply inedible.
When sooped up with all manner of flavourings and additives, it's still not that nice. I'm yet to taste an appetising bean burger (although I've only had a bite on one, and that was enough to convince me that they're bad news).

The good thing is that Soya is healthy. Whereas kebab meat is toxic.
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:eek: ...gross!!!!!
gee thanx...now I won't be having any soya product ever in my life!!!
Noooooo you must, its quite nice, look...................
(dont listen to Mobb)

http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-...il/327028.html
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Noooooo you must, its quite nice, look...................
(dont listen to Mobb)

http://www.goodnessdirect.co.uk/cgi-...il/327028.html
I noe,...I eat soya beans alot..but Rob's (Mobb) description grossed me out....

(I can't not listen 2 him...he is a good friend!)
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You know that thing they have on Channel 4, 100 Things To Do Before You Die? Well, this is my little spinoff (or rather, a sample of it):

Ten Things To Avoid Like The Plague Before You Die:

1. Leaving this world without a son (and heir)
2. The Taxman
3. A costly divorce settlement
4. Kebabs, Hot Dogs from street vendors etc.
5. Soya Products
6. AIDS and other STDs
7. The Dentist
8. Lawyers and Accountants
9. The Church
10. Durham
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10. Durham
LOL
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LOL
It had to be said. I would rather be damned for seven eternities in the pits of oblivion, than go to Durham.
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It had to be said. I would rather be damned for seven eternities in the pits of oblivion, than go to Durham.
does that include the university, or just the city?
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does that include the university, or just the city?
Everywhere within a 20 mile radius of the walled city - and especially the university.
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Everywhere within a 20 mile radius of the walled city - and especially the university.
Awww, did they reject you?
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