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Old August 13th, 2015, 01:23 PM
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Re: What's in Lunch Today?

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Originally Posted by punkaj View Post
A very different view presented to me by a 'peaceful' manager who has no problems with non-halal, he doesn't like to eat meats in most non-Indian cuisines, like grilled chicken breast in a burger. The chicken feels like raw or too unseasoned to him, and above all he is used to eating chicken/meats in smaller pieces than chewing pieces off from a big piece of meat. And this guy eats meat in almost every meal, but now because of this issue he is vegetarian when eating out.
Here's your answer, as swami is saying its all about what one is used to and won't feel satisfaction without it. Like, I have to eat rice using my fingers.
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Rice,without it you dont feel you had a complete meal
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