What food could you live on forever?

Saverino

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SUSHI!
Sushi is my favoritist food in the whole world. Its a good thing too since its healthy :)

If I honestly had too, I could eat it everyday for the rest of my life.
 

psylichon

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Eggs...............

Would require a lifetime supply of toast, butter, salt, and pepper of course
 
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Hayesimus

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roast beef sandwhich and curly fries from hardees and velveeta shells and cheese! Now iHungry...
 

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Caesar Salad. So long as it's prepared correctly.

- John
 

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Mine would have to be pulled pork sandwhich or fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy.........I'm from Tennessee! :)
 

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Chicken Fried Steak, mashed potatoes, and garlic toast.
Fajitas, enchiladas, tamales, and anything else mexican comes a close second.
 

Marianne

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um, anything deep-fried! :)

i can't think of one dish that i could eat repetitively and not get sick of, but if i had to pick one cuisine from a specific culture, i'd go for chinese (at least the americanized version of it, since that's what i've been exposed to mostly).

my favorite comfort food is ramen soup (chicken flavor, to be specific) - my mom made that soup for me whenever i had a tummy ache as a child, so i have some strong associations of being cared for and comforted with it, and eat it to this day when i'm feeling down... :oops:
 

connie

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Ice cream.

p.s. JJ-in n out comes a close 2nd
 

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I suppose I could do sushi too. I still go with salad as my number one, though.

- John
 

Alexander

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You couldn't liv eon that forever. You'd die. :)

- John
Well, no one lives forever.

But that's high in protein, calcium in the cheese, and vegetables in the condiments. Given, it's still unhealthy.