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    Hey everyone

    What do you all eat when you get the chance to eat out? From what I've seen/read plain burgers, steak with veg etc would be the best option? Thanks for any help x

  • #2
    Plain grilled chicken, steak, baked potato with butter, rice, fish & chips, grilled cheese. There are quite a few choices. My favorite is to go to a place where they serve breakfast all day so I can have hash browns with eggs.

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    • #3
      Depending on the resturant. Some serves breakfast all day long so I have eggs, toast, hasbrowns, etc. If I am eating where they don't then its a hamburger, potato, etc.


      • #4
        Steaks and burgers are good as long as they don't use grill seasoning. Sometimes I can get sauted (in oil) mushrooms for added flavors. Baked potatoes and fries are good. So is a plain salad with oil on the side or no dressing. I also have success and pasta places, I just ask for pasta grilled with veggies and plain chicken in olive oil and garlic only. At Chinese restaurants I order egg drop soup and plain rice or tempura. Mexican food is generally not an option unless they have hamburgers on the menu. Hope this helps!
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        • #5
          Thanks everyone! Very helpful. I'm apprehensive about anything with bread incase it contains soy which I'm trying to avoid


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