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Seriously is it so difficult to make real food nowadays?
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Posted 2/6/14 , edited 2/7/14
Cook for yourself if you want good food.
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Posted 2/6/14
I cook okish.. mainly I cook something real simple.
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lol, most of these people who went to subway to get their lunches or sandwich including me, ARE NOT LAZY.

I just think, that my time is worth more than a $5 sandwich.
you don't buy many different ingredients at supermarket just to make ONE sandwich.

Also don't forget that these ingredients have expiration date at the end you will have more ingredients that you don't really need......
Posted 2/6/14
Still waiting for my wife to cook me dinner.
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Posted 2/7/14
I hate Subway and always will.
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"All things in moderation."
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People be stupid if they think restaurants (fast food) be good. Healthier meals are easy to cook not to mention a meal at a burger joint may come up to be $ 10.00 and with those $10 u could have boughten some carrots ,oranges,broccoli ,chicken, etc. something more benificial to ur body and would last longer then a day.

I usually cook at home are family is into health like crazy all u find in our fridge will be a forest of green ,eggs,yogurt ,soy milk, etc, we usually eat fruit and greens but we eat a lot of chicken and Salmon . It's pretty easy to eat healthy and even if u wanna eat fat food theirs always ways to reduce that intake when people say they don't have time to cook that an excuse their is always time , u could have prepared the food the night before or early in the morning to have it set for later.
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Posted 2/7/14

tf2pyros wrote:

My fridge doesn't have 75% of the stuff they have at Subway. If I wanted the exact ingredients, I'd be spending much more than I would for a $5 footlong sub.
Well yea expensive for that day, but what about the next few times you want a sandwich with the same ingredients? You are paying for quantity and quality instead of per visit so you always win in this case.

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I don't mind cooking and I can make a wide variety of meals but some days I'm just lazy and get a take-away.
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not as hard as it is to make real friends
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I think Subway has the right idea. They used a product they thought was safe (because, as the spokesman says in the article, it was FDA approved), and now, because they found out there are health risks, they have stopped putting it into their bread. At the time of the article they said they were in the process of removing it. That means that there is some bread with the additive still in the system, but they no longer put it into bread they are making now.

Additives in food are pretty common, though. Most bread for sale in the supermarket has them. Most milk has synthetic hormones. And of course, snack food like Twinkies is mostly made of these kinds of additives. It might not be natural, but the majority of Americans eat food with these additives on a daily basis. I don't think you can just assume that it is unhealthy because it doesn't come from nature -- for the most part, Americans seem to be doing alright with health.

Well, just my two cents.
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Wait. You're complaining about fake food at a fast food restaurant?
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Posted 2/7/14

evolution1988 wrote:

Wait. You're complaining about fake food at a fast food restaurant?
IKR?! The audacity! Yes, especially to an establishment that promotes a fresh and healthy lifestyle. Seriously why cut corners to make real bread?
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I'm surprised subway actually put that stuff in our bread. They hate Americans or something? Why don't we have laws against this like other countries?
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Posted 2/7/14

phiregirl wrote:

The answer is no and no..if you know how to cook it is not time consuming


I agree i love to cook! My parents started me out young cooking so i find it easy! But its expensive to buy quality foods and ingredients! you should see the shit I buy because I can't afford to buy "real food" granted i'm not finished with college and i only make $7.75 an hr ! The point is "real food" is more expensive the fast food and processed foods so people will buy what's cheap! I say just let people eat what they want its their money and their life!
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