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    A woman has revealed how her boyfriend accused her of ‘tricking’ him into eating vegan food and fake meat. Taking to Reddit page ‘Am I The A**hole’ (AITA) to discuss the issue, the 21-year-old explained that she and her partner John had been together for three-and-a-half months and he had always enjoyed her cooking. That was until the couple, who live in America, had a conversation about fake meat and the woman told him he had been eating the stuff every time they'd had a meal at her place.  Shocked by the revelation, John accused his girlfriend of 'tricking' him into eating the meat substitute and 'pushing' her vegan ways onto him, and is refusing to see her again until she apologizes because he feels 'betrayed'. However, the majority of commenters were on her side and said that her boyfriend clearly hadn't been paying attention when she told him she was vegan.  The woman said her boyfriend had always enjoyed her vegan cooking but that was before he realised it was made with 'fake' meat (stock image) Things came to...
    DO you know the diet danger zones that can have you unwittingly piling on pounds? A recent study found we underestimate how fattening food pinched from someone else’s plate can be. 5Don't talk yourself into a dietary delusion and learn when to cut down on the caloriesCredit: Getty A study for the Journal Of Consumer Psychology found nosh seemed less fattening when shared because you do not feel you own it. So when you help a friend or partner with their chips, you consider it 18 per cent less fattening than if tucking into your own. But this if far from the only dietary delusion to look out for. Here we reveal more, and nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert tells Katy Docherty and Amy Jones how to avoid them. During lockdown MANY of us put on weight during the lockdowns as our plans were cancelled and food became even more important. By May 2020, the nation’s total calorie consumption was 15 per cent above normal levels, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies. During the second half of that year, it...
    DONNY VAN DE BEEK cost Manchester United all three points against Young Boys with yet another insipid Champions League display. Now both Ralf Rangnick and Michael Carrick have handed a chance to the Dutchman but he has failed to deliver what many fans expected. 1Donny van de Beek failed to impress on another frustrating night at OId TraffordCredit: Reuters What a strike to draw Young Boys level ????Fabien Rieder gets his name up in lights at Old Trafford with a brilliant curling effort from outside the box!#UCL pic.twitter.com/QlKzmqy9Wi— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) December 8, 2021 Van de Beek, 24, was one of the most experienced players named in the starting line-up to face Young Boys. He has represented the Netherlands on 19 occasions, won the Eredivisie in his career and helped propel Ajax to the 2017 Europa League final as well as the Champions League semi-final in 2019. But watching his display tonight it is difficult to believe he is the same player. Playing in the midfield pivot behind Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata it was van de Beek's...
    George Clerk/Getty Images Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.This story was originally published by the Guardian, and is reproduced here as a part of Climate Desk. Governments and businesses hoping to plant trees and restore forests in order to reach net-zero emissions must sharply limit such efforts to avoid driving up food prices in the developing world, the charity Oxfam has warned. Planting trees has been mooted as one of the key ways of tackling the climate crisis, but the amount of land needed for such forests would be vast, and planting even a fraction of the area needed to offset global greenhouse gas emissions would encroach on the land needed for crops to feed a growing population, according to a report entitled Tightening the net: Net zero climate targets implications for land and food equity. At least 4 billion acres—an area five times the size of India, equivalent to all the land now farmed on the planet—would be required to reach net zero for the planet by 2050 via tree-planting alone. While...
    NUTELLA fans are left gobsmacked as a clever Reddit user reveals the ‘correct’ way to eat the chocolatey-spread without leaving any in the jar. The much-loved cupboard staple is massively popular with Brits, with many of us often scraping the sides of the jar to get as much of the hazelnut-goodness out as possible.  2Us Brits can't get enough of NutellaCredit: Getty But thanks to this “mind-blowing” trick, you’ll never waste any of the spread again as this hack stops any from getting stuck to the sides of the jar.  The hack was shared on Reddit’s Life Pro Tips forum by a Nutella fan. It’s the perfect way for saving time and money and it's super simple. The user ‘UD_Ramirez9’ was taught the hack by his girlfriend and found it hard to believe at first but said it “works time and time again”. He wrote: "If you only take from the center of the Nutella jar, the thickness of the Nutella stuck to the glass will pull it down. "This will cause the sides to be perfectly...
    A mother-daughter duo from Morris County will soon travel to New York to compete in Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog-Eating Contest in Coney Island. Montville schools superintendent René Rovtar and her daughter Kristina Rovtar Dunne, an art teacher at Hanover Park High School, have been practicing for their respective fifth and second consecutive years, NJ.com reports. The iconic event will beheld Sunday at Maimonides Park in Brooklyn. Rene achieved her personal best during her first year, the 2017 contest, when she finished eight hotdogs; Kristina, meanwhile, downed five dogs in 2018. For comparison, last year’s male and female winners Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo ate a respective 75 and 48.5 hot dogs. Tickets for the event, which will be televised on ESPN3, are available here. Click here for the full report from NJ.com.
    LORETTA Harmes is a chef and lives in Poole. Here, the 28-year-old discusses what it's like living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), a collection of 13 disorders affecting connective tissues, which can cause abnormalities in the digestive tract. 4I'm a chef but I'll never eat or drink again - I have to wear a feeding tube for 18 hours a dayCredit: Amy Maidment “Surrounded by family, I watched as the candles were lit on my birthday cupcakes. But when everyone else tucked in, I didn’t take a bite. Aged 27, it had been seven years since I’d put solid food in my mouth in 2012.  As a sufferer of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, I’m fed through a tube – and I’ll never be able to taste food again. My earliest memories are of being five years old and baking with my nan Mavis, 80. Cooking seemed like magic, and by the time I was 12, in 2005, I was throwing together my own pesto, pies and meatballs. Around the same time, I started having stomach and digestion problems. I’d have...
    Colleen Sosinski Colleen Sosinski, 50, had a flesh-eating infection called necrotizing fasciitis nearly a year ago. NF affects 700 to 1200 people a year and can cause someone to lose a limb or die.  Over the course of Sosinski's five-month hospital stay, she had 150 surgeries.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Nearly a year ago, Colleen Sosinski, 50, felt unbearable pain in her legs. The culprit was a flesh-eating bacterial infection, otherwise known as necrotizing fasciitis. "I would give birth to 12 children in the same day with no medications before I go through NF pain again," Sosinski, who lives in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, told Insider.  NF is a rare but serious bacterial infection that can cause sepsis, loss of limbs, or death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It affects 700 to 1200 people per year.  The infection occurs when bacteria enter the body through a cut, insect bite, or wound. It quickly spreads throughout the body, infecting tissues that eventually develop into wounds. Because the infection spreads rapidly, patients typically need surgery...
    (CNN)Kale has become the poster child for a kind of tongue-in-cheek mockery of virtuous eating habits over the past decade, as evidenced by the now ubiquitous "eat more kale" slogan and "keep calm and kale on" merch.Despite the many jokes, memes and pop culture chatter, kale is still around. And dare I say it's still kale-ing it when it comes to popularity?When to stop drinking caffeine to get a good nights sleepPart of the appeal of kale is that it can be prepared in so many ways. As Bubba Gump might say, you can eat it raw, sautéed, braised or simmered in a stew, roasted as part of a sheet pan meal, and make crispy chips from its leaves.It also lends itself to almost any flavor profile you can imagine, including warm and spicy Indian curries, cheesy casseroles and rustic Tuscan sauces. It can even find its way into fruity smoothies and juices.You can mix up your meals with different leafy varieties: puckered, velvety lacinato kale (aka dinosaur kale); frilly yet hardy green curly kale and deep purple redbor kale;...
    More On: paris Paris court tries anti-racism activist for statue attack French policewoman fatally stabbed near Paris Can’t eat out? In locked down Paris, a chef can come to you Eiffel horror! Photos show unrecognizable Paris overflowing with garbage ARIS, May 19 – For Parisian Elie Ayache, the world felt a little more normal on Wednesday after the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic: he was back at his favorite cafe, drinking his morning coffee and eating a croissant. French cafes and restaurants resumed serving customers, following a six-month shutdown mandated by the government to try to contain the spread of the virus. “I was impatient to get back to my life, and to the person that I was before,” said Ayache, as he sat on the terrace outside Les Deux Magots, a cafe that was once a hangout for Ernest Hemingway and other literary celebrities. French President Emmanuel Macron marked the re-opening too, joining his prime minister, Jean Castex, for a coffee at a cafe near the Elysee Palace. Customers toast with beers at the terrace of a bar at the Butte Montmartre in Paris as cafes, bars and...
    Two years ago, I used the keto diet to lose over 60 pounds. Jennifer Still for Insider Two years ago, I lost over 120 pounds by following the keto diet but I won't do it again.  I recently gained weight and am trying to lose it, so I'm counting macros instead.  I'm not going keto because it was bad for my cholesterol and felt too limiting and restrictive.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Two years ago, I lost more than 120 pounds in about a year by following the keto diet and going to the gym five to six days a week.  With the ketogenic diet , I cut carbohydrates dramatically and relied on higher fat options to feel satiated. Paired with my intense cardio workouts, keto helped me lose weight fast. But my attitude toward the diet has changed and I won't be following it again as I try to shed pounds after gaining nearly half of the weight I lost back in the past year.  Here's why I'm ditching keto even though it worked...
    Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:Personal FinanceFunding for the extra $300 unemployment benefit is nearing depletion — but it’s lasting longer in some states More than 94% of the FEMA disaster-relief money being used to fund the extra benefits has been distributed to make the $300-a-week payments across more than 20 statesVacuuming — and 7 other things people stopped doing at home during the pandemic If you're anything like us, you've somehow let certain household chores fall by the wayside over most of this strange year. Americans are starting to feel more comfortable eating at restaurants, but experts say to proceed with caution 'When eating you physically can’t wear a mask but you can minimize that risk by popping it back on between bites,' one infectious disease doctor suggested.Walmart is hiring 20,000 seasonal workers — here’s how a seasonal job could affect your unemployment benefits Walmart, Target and 1-800-Flowers.com are among the companies taking on workers for the holiday shopping season.See the Bel Air estate that Kathy Griffin is selling for $16 million On the D-List no more, the...
    TEEN Mom fans believe Jenelle Evans has split from husband David Eason once again after she posted a cryptic message about his things being packed up and “ready to go.” Rumors of the couple’s relationship taking a turn for the worse comes just days after he bragged about killing and eating the family’s goat. 8Fans think Jenelle Evans and husband David Eason have once again split upCredit: Youtube/Jenelle Evans On Saturday, David showed off "goat nuggets" as he cooked them in the family kitchen before giving revealing on Sunday that he was actually eating “little baby Elvis” that they got last year. He received a lot of backlash from fans for his graphic photos and videos of the dead animal, as well as for boasting about killing a family pet, especially after her admitted to killing Jenelle’s dog Nugget last year. Now, Teen Mom fans think the duo have once again split up and that he’s left their home. Jenelle posted a couple of cryptic messages on his Facebook, with the first one asking: “So what are you doing with...
    After months of delays and public well being worries, Mayor Invoice de Blasio stated Wednesday that Metropolis Corridor and Gov. Andrew Cuomo could strike a deal “this week” over a plan to deliver indoor eating again to the Large Apple. Hizzoner stated the discussions with Cuomo have been “productive” as officers look to reopen industries that have been shuttered within the battle to comprise the coronavirus pandemic — however added that key particulars, together with these round enforcement, are nonetheless being hashed out. “All of us want to return to an settlement on what might be protected, what the requirements might be,” de Blasio advised reporters throughout his day by day press convention. “We do enforcement right here on the bottom, and our assets are being stretched in numerous totally different instructions,” he continued. “We’ll have to determine a method that we really feel assured in regards to the enforcement.” Indoor eating can’t start once more in New York Metropolis with out Cuomo’s say-so below the state’s emergency coronavirus measures. And Cuomo has repeatedly stated he has been unwilling...
    “It has to cease,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo mentioned Monday of the crowds partying open air at bars and eating places sans masks and flagrantly violating social-distancing guidelines, and if it doesn’t, nicely, “we’re going to should roll again the reopening plan and shut all bars and eating places.” Why does he have to combine the easy fact with nonsense? The gov is totally proper to say, “What they’re doing is silly and reckless for themselves and different individuals.” And he (and Mayor Invoice de Blasio) have the ability to take motion — notably, by taking away the liquor licenses of institutions that foster lunacy just like the scene in Queens over the weekend. However Cuomo has additionally established clear, goal tips for reopening: such-and-such a hospitalization price, development in new circumstances and so forth. By his personal guidelines, solely a big resurgence of the virus would justify closing “all bars and eating places.” We’d wish to assume that’s what the governor meant — that the violations would deliver a COVID surge that might power him to “roll again the...
    (CNN)Sports fans are hungrier than ever for competition on TV, and the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest served it up Saturday in New York. Joey Chestnut at work last yearJoey Chestnut gobbled down 75 weiners and buns in 10 minutes to win his 13th title. Somewhere around the 8-minute mark, Chestnut made history by eating his 1,000th career dog.The Coney Island tradition allowed betting this year. The coronavirus crisis forced some changes, too. Spectators weren't allowed to watch in person. Competitors were separated by clear barriers. And the people bringing them fresh supplies wore masks."It was hard, but I knew I was fast at the beginning," Chestnut said on ESPN. "The dogs were cooked really well today. At minute 6 is where I missed the crowd. I hit a wall. It took a little more work to get through it."Gamblers can (legally) bet on the Nathans Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest for the first time in the July Fourth events historyMiki Sudo ate 48.5 hot dogs to win the women's division and set a world record. It's her...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City If you happen to enjoy dining outdoors in New York City, you’re in luck. Restaurants across the five boroughs are opening again thanks to a solid reduction of COVID-19 cases — but all dining options are, for now, al fresco. Medical experts have said that being outdoors vastly reduces the chances of the spread of COVID-19, as numerous studies have indicated that the virus is less likely spread in open air — and can be destroyed by ultraviolet light. During Phase 2 of New York City’s reopening, restaurants are being allowed to set up seating on sidewalks and into city streets. Most New Yorkers welcomed the change, especially Mayor Bill de Blasio and his wife Chirlane McCray, who feasted on soul food at Melba’s Restaurant in Harlem on Monday night. The mayor and his wife were greeted by owner Melba Wilson at her West 114th Street restaurant, the first time in the establishments history that they had outdoor dining. The first...
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