Disturbing

This month’s Gourmet Magazine has a quote on page 39 that reads:

One in five Americans live on a diet of ten foods or fewer. Among the most common choices? French fries, fried chicken, chocolate chip cookies, and Kraft macaroni and cheese.

Phew. At least they didn’t say fried oysters.

What ten foods do you eat?

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9 responses to “Disturbing

  1. Rachel H.

    Apples, carrots, cheese, peanut butter, bread, pasta, tomatoes, yogurt, red bell peppers, ice cream.

  2. Chocolate, bread, chevre, red onions, grilled chicken, pizza, spinach, berries, peanut butter, rice. And right now sugar snap peas!!

  3. Cathy

    Pasta, tortillas, greens, cheese, beans, pizza, soup, bread, eggs, chicken.

    I once had a housemate who ate only 3 things: peanut butter and jelly sandwiches (oroweat cracked wheat bread, skippy superchunk and welches grape jelly–no substitutions), pepperoni pizza and cheese ravioli from an italian deli in his hometown.

  4. Beth

    coffee, pizza, ramen, take-out, soup, frozen entrees, salads (almost every night), orange juice, soy milk, pasta.

    hmmm… can you tell I’m a grad student?

  5. Wow, good lists. I’m going to have to work on mine.

  6. blueberries, kale, chevre, raw milk, bread, oatmeal, coffee, tofu, chard, eggs

    but soon the kale and chard are going to be taken over by corn and tomatoes… thank heavens!

  7. Raw milk? From where, Danni? That guy at the farmers’ markets?

  8. I’m totally spoiled and work in a farm based grocery. So we get milk from a raw milk dairy up the Methow Valley. (I’m over on the east side of the mountains)

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