Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by MickR » Tue Jun 02, 2015 5:33 pm

Rocker wrote:Sad that you had that experience Dancer. I go to the one in blackrock and am constantly surprised by the decent food. The chef must be better. Did you send it back??
Hi Rocker

The sad thing is there are no Chefs employed in any JDWs anywhere in the UK or Ireland. Everything and I mean everything comes in pre-packed frozen. Even the fried eggs are cooked off site in bulk and frozen. Would you honestly in your right mind eat a frozen fried egg?
The only skill required to prepare food in JDWs is not to be colour blind as the colour dictates the amount of time each item needs to be reheated for. A low IQ Chimp could put a meal together in Wetherspoons. If its pup food you want Bakers and McCormacs do a grand job.
Their crisps and peanuts are alright.


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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by Rocker » Tue Jun 02, 2015 8:56 pm

OMG, I never knew that!!! rhere was me loving the grub....... are you really sure????


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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by Strum » Tue Jun 02, 2015 9:01 pm

Rocker wrote:OMG, I never knew that!!! rhere was me loving the grub....... are you really sure????

Like I said below Rocker it looks to me like pre-cooked and microwaved. Why do you think it takes so little time to be served. ;)



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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by MickR » Wed Jun 03, 2015 1:57 pm

Rocker wrote:OMG, I never knew that!!! rhere was me loving the grub....... are you really sure????
Absolutely sure no doubt about it, right down to the fried eggs. The problem these days are most restaurants will have a certain amount of pre-packed food, however the fast food joints are the worst. Cheap labour cheap food. All chains achieve the same menu due to mass production off site, so I avoid the chains as a rule. Best going where you can see it being cooked. I had a laugh in a hotel in Manchester recently when the menu said "tonight's special Home Made Irish Stew" I asked the waiter whose home was it made in? He looked confused. I said Id like to know as the hotel was clearly home to no one it had to be made in some place else i.e. someone's home. And furthermore I need to know that the persons home its made in has the same high standards of hygiene in their kitchen as the Hotel has. He looked like he'd been hit by a 46A when Id finished with him. Hugely relieved when I told him I was taking the piss. I told him not to worry as I knew the chef and I know his house is clean. I gave up at that point, it was like shooting fish in a barrel.


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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by Rocker » Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:17 am

Hey it is a long time since we have had any nutrition tips!!


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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by bugrock » Wed Apr 24, 2019 10:12 am

Eat healthy food!


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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by Micheál » Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:59 pm

Rocker wrote:
Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:17 am
Hey it is a long time since we have had any nutrition tips!!
Their saying now that Rahers will do you down. :( :( :(

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Re: Nutrition Tips - Alternatives for good health

Post by Rocker » Tue Aug 20, 2019 8:07 pm

I for one am always moaning about the health service but, I have been proven wrong about many things!!
Being a lot overweight I was referred to the PHEW Programme. A six weeks course run by the HSE. Wonderful. Such information and tips. I think I know a lot but there is always so much more to learn. Check out the course...
https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/2/ ... epct/phew/


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