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So tell us about you – How often do you eat out?

By johnboy 14 January 2009 30

As so many of you enjoy ticking the boxes on our demographic surveys here’s another one for you.

How many meals a week do you eat in a restaurant/cafe?

Each week I eat out

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kevn 5:07 pm 14 Jan 09

Poll doesn’t cover me – I eat out more than ‘never’, but not each week.

ant 4:25 pm 14 Jan 09

I work with some kiddies and plainly they don’ thave kitchens, becuase they buy everything. The recession will be interesting for under-20 brigade.

Skidbladnir 4:12 pm 14 Jan 09

Well, we -are- all incredibly wealthy.

p1 3:56 pm 14 Jan 09

…and 4 people have voted for it…

iObject 3:39 pm 14 Jan 09

21+ times a week is an option??? So that’s every meal and snacks?

Daaaaaaammmnnn

tylersmayhem 3:19 pm 14 Jan 09

I’m with Danman 100% on this one – including riding the bike to work. I just can’t justify around $5-7 for a sandwich I could easily make at home myself – it’s just about being organised. I voted for once a week will I eat out, because while it would be less than that on average, people have birthdays – unbelievably they take the risk to invite me – so I’ll eat out, or occasionally get some takeaway. Both my wife and I are good cooks, and both like cooking. It suck going out and paying big dollars for food we could have made better at home. When I eat out, it’s something we couldn’t be bothered making at home i.e. sushi etc…

A quick tip if you like cooking at home: make a slightly bigger portion of dinner (spaghetti bol, stirfry, or whatever) put the leftovers in a container, then have a tasty lunch the next day – no prep needed at all.

PsydFX 2:59 pm 14 Jan 09

ant said :

I reckon anything that crinkles is suss. But the yoplait containers seem to be unaffected by heat.

I would worry about insufficient testing on a product that it is not specifically meant to put in the microwave.

ant 1:40 pm 14 Jan 09

I reckon anything that crinkles is suss. But the yoplait containers seem to be unaffected by heat.

sepi 1:23 pm 14 Jan 09

PBA free plastic, or ‘cooking grade’ plastic is meant to be ok. Clear, brittle plastic is the worst – eg – takeaway containers.

Kramer 1:11 pm 14 Jan 09

I’m with you Danman! Packed lunch every day!! Although my big weakness is buying Coke & coffee – buying one (or both) of those every day adds up to at least $600 over a working year.

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