Snacks while blogging

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    • #32965

      TAlberts
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      What snacks do you mostly have while blogging? I mostly have peanuts, cashew nuts or hazelnuts. What about you?

    • #33031

      jkct01
      Participant

      Peanuts, prawn crackers, fruits…

      • #33035

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Those are also delicious snacks @jkct01 . I have not eaten prwn craackers for ages.

      • #33037

        jkct01
        Participant

        Sometimes also potato chips, banana chips.. The prawn crackers are the stick ones.

      • #33070

        TAlberts
        Participant

        I prefer banana chips than potato chips.

      • #33163

        jkct01
        Participant

        Banana chips are cheaper, compared to potato chips but they each have their own taste.

    • #33067

      kendralala
      Participant

      I love peanuts and cashew nuts. And while blogging, hemp, I don’t usually have the same thing. Just whatever what is available and near. And at the moment, I have chocolates with me. Wanna have some?

      • #33072

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Enjoy your chocolate! I don´t have the normal chocolate here but I have 1 marzipan chocolate which only comes when Christmas is approaching.Thanks for reminding me that food.

      • #33170

        jkct01
        Participant

        Don’t store it too long. It is too precious to waste!

      • #33164

        jkct01
        Participant

        I like chocolate too (is there anyone who doesn’t like chocolate?)

      • #33169

        jkct01
        Participant

        For me, it is anything stored in the cabinet that can be eaten – even a bowl of instant noodles.

    • #33081

      shaloowalia
      Participant

      i don’t snack while blogging but I take a break to have herbal tea.

      • #33088

        TAlberts
        Participant

        That sounds good too. I think I have to take a break and drink a mug of creamy black PG tea.

      • #33166

        jkct01
        Participant

        why don’t you blog and drink at the same time?

    • #33101

      Karen Fainges
      Participant

      You can always have a hot chocolate and get the best of both worlds.

    • #33108

      Jeanette Hall
      Participant

      If you are working on a computer, nothing liquid I hope!

      • #33114

        TAlberts
        Participant

        I avoid drinking near my laptop. Dangerous!

      • #33167

        jkct01
        Participant

        I think it is OK just make sure the desk is big enough to place the glass/cup safely away.

    • #33151

      realityspeaks
      Participant

      Its usually a packet of potato chips, lord help me.

      • #33168

        jkct01
        Participant

        Has it become a habit?

    • #33173

      dawnwriter
      Participant

      I love walnuts, peanuts and cashew nuts or a large mug of tea with a chocolate brownie if I know that i will be spending a couple of hours typing away.

    • #33177

      ivanna23
      Participant

      Woooh! I love snacks like peanuts, some say it helps us think more.
      Most of the time, I don’t have snacks while typing in here. Well, if there is, a bread maybe and a juice ^_^

      • #33251

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Well, that is what I heard too that eating peanuts is good for thinking. LOL!

    • #33208

      jkct01
      Participant

      There is a real danger that eating snacks while writing will make me fatter.

      • #33253

        TAlberts
        Participant

        That is what I think too. Eating peanuts while writing might get me fat because sometimes I have eaten more than I should.

    • #33212

      Yvanne Garcia
      Participant

      Toron (banana and strips of jackfruit wrapped in a crepe and then deep fried)

      • #33459

        jkct01
        Participant

        It seems interesting. Hope I can taste it one day.

    • #33214

      Yvanne Garcia
      Participant

      Pinaypay (sliced banana in a form of a fan, dipped in a flour mixed with water then deep fried)

    • #33215

      Yvanne Garcia
      Participant

      camote que (deep fried sweet potato in a caramelized sugar then put in a stick)

      • #33250

        TAlberts
        Participant

        OMG! You are making me hungry with your Toron, pinaypay and jackfruit @yvanne_garcia.

      • #33284

        kimdalessandro
        Participant

        All of this talk of food is making me hungry too! I didn’t eat breakfast today. I’m too busy here. 🙂 I will be eating lunch in about a half hour.

        When I snack and blog I’m most often eating small pretzels with peanut butter in the middle. I buy them from Aldi. The same store is called ‘Hofer’ in Germany.

    • #33252

      Karen Fainges
      Participant

      The rumour is that celery is a negative calorie. I sort of like the idea that I am snacking and exercising (sort of) at the same time. Probably no true though.

      • #33256

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Really? I have not heard about that. I can´t stand the smell of celery anyway.

      • #33285

        kimdalessandro
        Participant

        @thelme55 – I don’t like smell of celery either. Yuck! I almost gag just thinking about it.

      • #33258

        Yvanne Garcia
        Participant

        have you tried these foods already?

      • #33259

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Yes, of course. I love those kinds of snacks in our home country. Now you remind me to make Toron. I have to buy banana in the shop today.

      • #33305

        kimdalessandro
        Participant

        @thelme55 – I’d love to try the foods from the Philippines, especially the fruit that we don’t have here. I wonder if there are any fruits in Germany that I’ve never had? Common fruits here are apples of various kinds, grapes (red, black and green), bananas, oranges, blueberries, raspberries, cherries and a few kinds of melon. I could probably think of a few more, but that’s about it. I’d love to try jackfruit and sapote. I want to go to the Philippines someday. I’d also love to visit Germany. I haven’t been out of my country.

      • #33320

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Du you have rhubarb there in your country @kimdalessandro? We have that here in Germany. All the fruits you mentioned are common fruits here. Sapote? Do you mean Camote? Camote is the Filipino name of sweet potatoes. We can buy that here as import from Asia. There are plenty of Filipino fruits in the Philippines that maybe you have not heard about. Like Guava, Macopa, Star apple, Carambola, Durian besides Jackfruit and many others. It would be nice if you can go out of your country.

      • #33330

        kimdalessandro
        Participant

        @thelme55 We have rhubarb. I forgot about that one. I used to grow it when I lived elsewhere. It was in my garden. I made pie and another dessert. It was sour but good when cooked and mixed with sugar. I’m thinking that sapote was also called chocolate pudding fruit, but maybe it was grown in another country, or I’m confused. I’ll have to try and look it up again. I’ve heard that durian isn’t allowed in some hotels. I guess that’s because it has a strong smell? Is that true? All that I know is what I’ve heard on TV. I would like to try it. I’ve had guava juice, and I might have tried canned guava mixed with other fruit. I’ve also had papaya. I had forgotten about that one. I haven’t had macopa, star apple or carambola.

      • #33335

        TAlberts
        Participant

        @kimdalessandro I don´t like the smell of durian. It has a disgusting smell that is why it´s not allowed in the plane. Most of my friends love durian though. Carambola is also called star fruit and I have the tree in my Philippines garden as well as makopa, papaya and guava. It´s a pity that I am still here in Germany. I miss those fruits. Good night! I´m late again for bed.

      • #33461

        jkct01
        Participant

        It is the first time I hear negative calorie. Does it mean the more you eat, the slimmer you become? How nice!

    • #33405

      ptrk12
      Participant

      I have no such preference. At times, I have biscuits, or low salt snacks, or almonds at times.

    • #33462

      jkct01
      Participant

      I guess the best snacks are fruits.

      • #33485

        TAlberts
        Participant

        Yes, it is @jkct01. Fruits are very healthy.

      • #33617

        jkct01
        Participant

        The fruits I always have in my fridge are apples, oranges and pears.

    • #33531

      iyanpol12
      Participant

      I have peanuts, chocolates and chips while working to keep me awake.

      • #33618

        jkct01
        Participant

        Can you write when you are sleepy?

      • #33626

        TAlberts
        Participant

        No, I can´t write when I am sleepy. I have to sleep then.

      • #33621

        TAlberts
        Participant

        That is not good when you fight against your sleepiness. It will just make you sick. It´s better to sleep and then wake up with a fresh mind @iyanpol12.

    • #33632

      iyanpol12
      Participant

      @Thelma Alberts thanks for the concern ma’am. I’ll try to avoid that.

    • #33078

      TAlberts
      Participant

      Yes, we are the same @jordana. Salted peanuts.

    • #33165

      jkct01
      Participant

      I like fried peanuts with onions.

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