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Originally posted by zolloh zolloh wrote:

Originally posted by oneluv oneluv wrote:

My family only really eats soul food during the holidays and a few other occasions through out the year for random family gatherings. For the most part we eat a very healthy diet. I though most people only ate soul food during the holidays. Eating soul food everyday is obviously a heart attack waiting to happen.


That's the key....maybe *they don't eat the 10 kinds of sides every meal (that's for Sunday dinners and family gatherings) but probably 3 sides on a daily basis will still do damage

*they--> i don't know who "they" are, im generalizing


i think also the way that it is cooked is important as well. all that butter, lard, sugar, etc. isn't good for you. at all.

 and if you're starting with crappy veggies, cooking them and adding butter and sugar and other things until there is basically no nutritional value left, can you still classify it as a vegetable? the same could be said for meat.

i think you could still have the staples such as greens, yams, beans and fish but cook them in a healthier way.

i don't think there is any way to cook chitlins healthy though LOL
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Originally posted by oneluv oneluv wrote:

My family only really eats soul food during the holidays and a few other occasions through out the year for random family gatherings. For the most part we eat a very healthy diet. I though most people only ate soul food during the holidays. Eating soul food everyday is obviously a heart attack waiting to happen.


It's more common than you think to eat soul food on a regular basis. My family doesn't eat it daily but besides holidays it's atleast cooked for Sunday dinner from time to time. I love soul food but there's certain foods I don't think I'd see myself eating on a daily basis though.
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Originally posted by Ladybird0724 Ladybird0724 wrote:

Originally posted by zolloh zolloh wrote:

Originally posted by oneluv oneluv wrote:

My family only really eats soul food during the holidays and a few other occasions through out the year for random family gatherings. For the most part we eat a very healthy diet. I though most people only ate soul food during the holidays. Eating soul food everyday is obviously a heart attack waiting to happen.


That's the key....maybe *they don't eat the 10 kinds of sides every meal (that's for Sunday dinners and family gatherings) but probably 3 sides on a daily basis will still do damage

*they--> i don't know who "they" are, im generalizing


i think also the way that it is cooked is important as well. all that butter, lard, sugar, etc. isn't good for you. at all.

 and if you're starting with crappy veggies, cooking them and adding butter and sugar and other things until there is basically no nutritional value left, can you still classify it as a vegetable? the same could be said for meat.

i think you could still have the staples such as greens, yams, beans and fish but cook them in a healthier way.

i don't think there is any way to cook chitlins healthy though LOL

I doubt most people will cook them in a healthy way though especially when it comes to like greens and stuff. With greens that would pretty require not cooking them as long as most people do. People would rather have it taste good than have it be healthy and that's why they cook most soul food the way they do.
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Soul Food and those salty but delicious Ramen noodles.
 
I think it's more so that it's freakin expensive to eat healthy. The cost of meat and vegetables is going up and up....meanwhile I can get a McRib for $1.
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i hate black eyed peas.  jesus, they are gross.  i'll just have bad luck.

i only eat classy soul food.  the only pig i'm eating is the loin.

i'll definitely watch this.


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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

i hate black eyed peas.  jesus, they are gross.  i'll just have bad luck.

i only eat classy soul food.  the only pig i'm eating is the loin.

i'll definitely watch this.

LOL What do you consider "classy" soul food?
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

i hate black eyed peas.  jesus, they are gross.  i'll just have bad luck.

i only eat classy soul food.  the only pig i'm eating is the loin.

i'll definitely watch this.

LOL What do you consider "classy" soul food?

LOL anything that don't consist of the dookie track...Dead  and hog maw .... like i said, gimme the loin or gimme the leg, that's all i want from my animals.


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Growing up I loved me some soul food pig feets , head cheese ,pig ears ,my kids never had souled food,because i never cooked it , so they look at it as eww whats that>>>but I plan on cooking pig feets on new years .I'll probably be the only one eating them...
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

i hate black eyed peas.  jesus, they are gross.  i'll just have bad luck.

i only eat classy soul food.  the only pig i'm eating is the loin.

i'll definitely watch this.

LOL What do you consider "classy" soul food?

LOL anything that don't consist of the dookie track...Dead  and hog maw .... like i said, gimme the loin or gimme the leg, that's all i want from my animals.



lol! IA. I don't see how people can eat chitlins and such. I can't bring myself to eat that foolishness.
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Originally posted by niecy niecy wrote:



I doubt most people will cook them in a healthy way though especially when it comes to like greens and stuff. With greens that would pretty require not cooking them as long as most people do. People would rather have it taste good than have it be healthy and that's why they cook most soul food the way they do.


that's true. very true. people don't like when you tell them the way they have cooked needs to change. I remember suggesting to my grandma once how to cook the greens and got mollywhopped w/ a spoon LOL. if people want to get healthier, though, then that's one of the things that has to change.


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