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Old 24-05-2020, 01:41 PM
ketzer ketzer is offline
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Originally Posted by Elfin
Oh gosh Ketzer.. don't be guilt tripping me that I was a shark eating Irish fishermen !!!!! I'm gonna think about that now next time I (try) to tuck into fish n chips! So what do the mushy peas mean??????
The mushy peas are expressing your karma as you punish yourself for eating all those poor Irish fisherman.
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Old 25-05-2020, 03:49 PM
Elfin Elfin is offline
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Originally Posted by ketzer
The mushy peas are expressing your karma as you punish yourself for eating all those poor Irish fisherman.
Oh gosh,, don't be telling me that . You see , it's obvious now that I am still working through the karma. My husband cannot stand or eat mushy peas, but I love them. Yet it is my poor husband thst has to suffer the consequence of my actions., and the aftermath of my eating the peas, if you know what I mean ( without being too grossly graphic!)... And he's Irish decent. Do you see my dilemma now?
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Old 26-06-2020, 03:24 PM
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My mother had a Mexican roommate when I was a wee one, and later my stepmother was Italian so I honor those two women with my spicy tastes.

My real mother wasn't much of a cook but her mother, my grandmother fixed farm style foods. One of my faves she cooked was fried egg sandwiches. The egg yolk was not popped but cooked slowly until it turned hard. Serves open faced with Miracle Whip, a slice of onion and dill pickles.

I have no one to "blame" for my enjoyment of Asian cooking. Except eating out in a "Chinese" restaurant when I was a kid. I now fix stir fries all the time.

I don't like Indian foods. No curry. And no beets.

And I'm not impressed with European foods. To boring for me.

If you hit rock bottom, start picking up rocks.

You know nothing, Jon Snow. Ygritte from Game of Thrones.
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Old Yesterday, 09:19 AM
MAYA EL MAYA EL is offline
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Yes I think food has a major influence on us.

We have to consume life so that we can live in this body so by eating the earth and the things that live on it we are grounded to this body

Likewise the physical will reflect in the spiritual and so what you eat (or should I say not eat) will make you susceptible spiritually.

This is one of the detrimental aspects of the eastern diet with veganism because by only eating plants and no animals you limit yourself to the level of things that only eat plants

But if you eat everything then you're not hardly limited.
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