omg I died at "ohmnomivore"!!!
I would really like to go to Europe.. I'm thinking Ireland, Scotland, Austria area. I would like to visit Belgium, Poland and France for my own WW1-2 research, but I bet they have delicious milk products. I just cannot drink actual milk. Nothing in my diet forces me to take a glass and drink it.. I do, however, use it in cooking and such as I said.. I would probably die of heart attack at European bakeries!!!!
Laki, I am in complete agreement with Olympia. The quality of all foods, especially the cheeses and other dairy products are out-of-this-world, especially in comparison to the stale, pasturised stuff in American and Canadian supermarkets. You've got to hop the pond to Europe someday! And don't get me started on fresh baguettes. Go to a boulangerie (bakery) either first thing in the morning, or at around 4pm to score the freshly-baked breads. They're heaven on earth.
Personally, I'm pretty much a pescatarian (veggie except for lots of fish and dairy), which is strange, seeing how much I enjoy keeping bettas. I always feel a bit guilty when eating takeaway sushi near Modi. When I do eat meat, my personal favourites are game meats like venison, rabbit and quail. It's a shame that they're so difficult to get a hold of. The only meat that I simply won't touch is pork - I didn't grow up eating much of it, and now it makes me sick just thinking about it.
Fish eat fish. the fish you are eattibg would probally eat a betta and the good fish food has fish in it. so i dont think they would care... Unless you are eating another betta... But bettas kill each other all the time so...
Mmm...I don't think I could live without a good steak or "bacon butty"! Although I still like fruits and fruit-flavoured sweets (candy) like DQ said.
Huh!? If you couldn't have milk, you couldn't have milk chocolate!!! *faints*
Yup. Deso, I want to move to Europe just for the food, no other reason!
I'm thinking either Norway, or Poland (where my family is from).
When I was in Poland, I could eat plain bread. The bread was amazing, the meat was amazing, the cheese was amazing, the milk was AMAZING. The weirdest thing is that the whole 3 weeks I was in Poland last year, I never once got a craving for junk food. The regular food was so good I didn't need any junk food.