Panera bread napa chicken salad

Hold the jelly. It's peanut butter time.

2008.08.25 07:18 Hold the jelly. It's peanut butter time.

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2023.06.09 16:59 ILoveWhiteCastle_BOT Only the OGs remember the ranch chicken rings

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2023.06.09 16:56 BiggieOfBethel The misaligned text on this deli menu.

The misaligned text on this deli menu.
The Reuben.
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2023.06.09 16:52 giojoey10 This is going to a hotel. I’m on my way now. Wish me luck.

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2023.06.09 16:46 PritchettRobert506 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in MA Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Ace Handyman Services Handyman Lexington
Panera Bread (PR Management Corp) Restaurant Assistant Manager- Pay up to $65,000 - Bedford, MA Bedford
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Panera Bread (PR Management Corp) Assistant Restaurant Manager Beverly
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Panera Bread (PR Management Corp) Restaurant Assistant Manager- Pay up to $70,000 - Beverly Beverly
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Capital One Cafe Associate - Boston Metro Area Brockton
Capital One Cafe Ambassador Cambridge
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Panera Bread (PR Management Corp) Restaurant Assistant Manager- Pay up to $65,000 - Chelmsford Chelmsford
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Panera Bread (PR Management Corp) Restaurant Assistant Manager- Pay up to $60,000 - East Longmeadow East Longmeadow
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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in ma. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.06.09 16:39 R0N1333 Period pain is the worst pain to exist on this godforsaken planet

If there's truly someone up there in the sky why did they think it was a good idea to give AFABs this crap. I feel like throwing up and I'm almost crying in pain right now. I can barely keep on my feet for five minutes. I had to take a break three times while making a salad. A fucking salad, and it was pre-prepared so all I had to do was cut chicken, put sauce in it and mix it together.This is god awful. How AFAB that have it worse than me or can't afford products/healthcare survive beats me. How I haven't passed out, cried or vomited yet also beats me. Any AFAB out there dealing with their period with a straight face on, I salute you 'cause how. I have to go to work in an hour, and they're still not gone.
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2023.06.09 16:38 N9149U My diet and my readings

I've been happily eating pretty much the same things for a few weeks now. Breakfast = eggs & ham with salsa, Lunch & Dinner = large salad (lettuce, cucumber, celery, radish, green pepper, black olives, egg & Olive Garden Italian dressing), homemade chicken salad, cottage cheese, gumbo (for some reason the rice doesn't seem to affect me) and finally strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries and an occasional apple. I don't snack much, but if I do it's been pistachios. Obviously, I have the occasional surprise meal, but I do a reasonably good job of steering clear of carbs, etc. I have started to drink scotch again recently. I hadn't drank for a few months until a week or so ago.
My blood sugar was 500+ 5 weeks ago.
I've been on Metformin ER 1000mg for years and am now on Lispro, Tresiba and Ozempic. The Lispro is 3X a day on a scale of 0-10 and lately I usually just need 2 units. The Tresiba is 25 units every night. And the Ozempic is 25 units once a week (one more @ 25 and then I go to 50).
My blood sugar first thing in the morning ranges between 110 and 125 (156 on one occasion). Before lunch is in the mid to high 120's (93 on one occasion). Before dinner is 110 to 130 (94 on one occasion).
I've begun to question why I'm eating any fruit at all? I've eaten somewhat carefully for a long time (30 years) and done Atkins, Keto (lazy), etc. so it's somewhat natural for me to go this direction - I've done it before. The fruit seems to be green lighted from what I read, but now I'm wondering if I should leave that out? We always have a supply of berries around, so I eat them in moderation, but regularly. I make a point to eat the berries before they go bad on me.
I don't see my doc until August. I can see progress, but from what I read, my numbers are still a little high (considering the drugs I'm taking?). My doc did tell me up front that it would be a gradual process, but I seem to be stalled in the 110 - 120 range.
My diet is pretty simple and I've weeded out things that seemed to have set me off (oatmeal & granola).
Anyone see any changes I should make?
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2023.06.09 16:36 woodpecker_juice chicken and bacon, uhh… “salad”

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2023.06.09 16:33 hirthquake You can only pay for beverages with singles at Panera

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2023.06.09 15:54 Sven-Ost KETO CHEAT SHEET

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2023.06.09 15:54 Tweetystraw I adopted my wife's pet chicken, Stephen. This week's grocery ad tidbits for 6/7.

Breaux Mart (6/7 - 6/13, note some weekend-only prices)
* Bell peppers - 3 pk tri-color, 2/$5
* Chuck roast, boneless, $4.99 lb
* Ground chuck, $3.99 lb
* Deli - Sliced Manda smoked ham, $5.99 lb
* Danon Greek yogurt - 5.3 oz 99 cents
* Bleach, 81 oz jug, $2.79
* Lettuce head, $1.69 ea
* Haas avacado 69 cents ea
* Apples - Honeycrisp or cosmic, $1.99 ea
* Chicken leg quarters 39 cents/lb, 10 lb bag (W/end sat/sun 6/10-11 only)
* Manda smoked sausage, 2.5 lb pack, $6.99 (W/end sat/sun 6/10-11 only)
* Pork loin, boneless whole, $1.49 lb (W/end sat/sun 6/10-11 only)

Canseco's (6/7 - 6/13, note some weekend-only prices)
* Canned veggies, 2/$1.00
* Chuck roast, boneless, $4.99 lb
* Chicken breasts, boneless/skinless $2.49 lb
* 80% ground chuck, $3.99 lb
* Deli - Sliced Manda smoked ham, $5.99 lb
* Haas avacado 69 cents ea
* Apples - Honeycrisp $1.99 ea
* Chicken leg quarters 39 cents/lb, 10 lb bag (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Manda smoked sausage, 2.5 lb pack, $6.99 (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Pork loin, boneless whole, $1.49 lb (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Head-on shrimp, 9/12 ct, $5.99 lb (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Chicken wings, jumbo, 99 cents/lb (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Butter, land o lakes sticks 16 oz, $4.39 (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Green bell peppers, 3/$1.00 (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Rice, long grain, 5 lb bag for $2.50 (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Creole tomatoes, $1.99 lb (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)
* Sugar, 4 lb bag for $1.99 (W/end on this one only fri-sun 6/09-11)

Roberts (6/7 - 6/13)
* Chicken breasts, boneless/skinless $2.49 lb
* Chuck roast, boneless, $4.99 lb
* 80% ground chuck, $3.49 lb
* Lettuce head, $1.59 ea
* Bleach, 81 oz jug, $2.88
* Nature's own honey wheat bread, 2/$5.00
* 3-pack rainbow bell peppers $2.99

Rouses (6/7 - 6/14)
* Vidalia onions, two 3-lb bags, $5.00
* Rump roast, whole, $2.99 lb (cut free)
* Chicken thighs, sanderson boneless/skinless $2.99 lb
* Oscar M 22-0z pack ham or turkey, $5.99
* Apples - Fuji, granny, gala $1.89 lb
* Pork shoulder steaks or country style ribs, $1.47 lb
* Red Baron pizza, $3.97 ea

Winn Dixie (6/7 - 6/13)
* Whole bottom or rump roast, $3.99 lb
* Strawberries, whole, $1.99 16 oz basket
* Top Ramen Two six-packs for $4.99
* Mission Zero-carb street-taco-size BOGO $4.29

* Chuck roast, boneless, $4.99 lb
* Chicken breasts, Sanderson boneless/skinless $2.49 lb
* 80% ground chuck, $3.99 lb
* Rainbow bell peppers, 3-pk $2.49
* Apples - Honeycrisp or cosmic, $1.49 ea
* Vidalia onions 99 cents lb
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2023.06.09 15:25 epeolatry13 Grilled chicken and caprese salad

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2023.06.09 14:26 grad_novak Thoughts about FM Low Fodmap

Thoughts about FM Low Fodmap
Your thoughts about FM nutrition guide for low food map?
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2023.06.09 14:17 OptimizeNut Discover the Benefits of Greens Supplements in Canada for a Healthy Diet.

Discover the Benefits of Greens Supplements in Canada for a Healthy Diet.
Are you having trouble getting enough leafy greens in your diet? Greens supplements are the answer! These powdered vitamins, which contain all of the nutrients and health advantages of fresh vegetables, are an easy and practical approach to guarantee your body gets what it needs. There's a reason why greens supplements have grown so popular in Canada, from boosting energy levels to assisting digestion. In this post, we'll look at the greatest options on the market and how you can easily include them into your daily routine to get a more balanced diet.

Greens Supplements and Their Health Benefits

Greens supplements are a popular approach to ensure that your body gets the nutrients it requires. These supplements contain a range of leafy greens rich in vitamins A, C, E, and K, such as kale, spinach, wheatgrass, and chlorella. They also contain minerals like iron and calcium, which help with bone health.
Greens supplements, in addition to supplying critical vitamins and minerals, are high in antioxidants, which help protect cells from free radical damage. This can result in a variety of advantages, such as better immunological function, reduced inflammation levels in the body, and even anti-aging effects.
Another advantage of greens supplements is that they help with digestion. The high fiber content of these powdered supplements aids in the movement of food through the digestive tract, resulting in higher nutritional absorption overall.
Greens supplements can provide several nutritional benefits for optimal health when included in your everyday diet.
The Importance of a Healthy Diet
A well-balanced diet is necessary for optimum health and well-being. It entails eating a wide variety of meals in precise amounts to provide your body with all of the nutrients it requires to function properly.
Vitamins, minerals, fiber, and protein-rich foods are essential components of a balanced diet. Consuming a variety of fruits and vegetables can help lower the risk of chronic diseases like heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and certain types of cancer.
Whole grains can also offer you long-lasting energy throughout the day while lowering your chances of acquiring type 2 diabetes. Lean proteins, such as chicken breast or fish, supply vital amino acids for muscular growth and bone health.
Processed foods heavy in sugar, salt, and unhealthy fats should be avoided since they contribute to weight gain, which raises the risk factors for chronic diseases described previously.
A well-balanced diet not only promotes physical health but also contributes considerably to mental health by reducing mood swings and alleviating anxiety symptoms. So make sure you're eating nutrient-dense meals on a regular basis to keep your mind and body pleased!

The Finest Greens Supplements in Canada

When it comes to Greens Supplements in Canada, there are numerous options on the market. Here are some of the top greens supplements available in Canada right now:
Genuine Health Greens+ Whole Body Nutrition is the first product on the list, and it contains over 70 distinct nutrients, including organic wheatgrass and spirulina. This supplement also contains probiotics to help with gut health and digestion.
Another popular alternative is Organika's Full Spectrum Plant Enzymes with Herbs & Probiotics, which contains a blend of enzymes for optimal nutrient absorption as well as digestive herbs like ginger and peppermint.
Progressive VegeGreens Multi is an all-in-one choice that contains not only necessary greens but also vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to support general wellness.
Amazing Grass Green Superfood Effervescent Tablets provide a quick and easy solution packed with nutritious veggies like spinach and kale for individuals on the go or who prefer convenience.
Whatever your inclination or dietary requirements, there is greens supplement out there for you!

How to Add Greens Supplements to Your Diet

You should now have a better knowledge of the significance and benefits of including greens supplements in your diet. These powders are a quick and easy method to boost your general nutrition and well-being.
There are several high-quality options on the market now if you're looking for the best greens powder in Canada. Choose a supplement that provides a variety of nutrients and is free of potentially dangerous additives or fillers.
There are numerous inventive methods to incorporate these vitamins into your everyday routine. You can combine them into smoothies, add them to water or juice, or sprinkle them on salads or other foods.
While greens supplements can be beneficial on their own, they are most effective when paired with a healthy and balanced diet. Include plenty of entire foods in your meals, such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein sources, and healthy fats.
Making little modifications, such as including greens supplements in your diet, will help you improve your overall health and wellness in the long term.
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2023.06.09 14:06 Vegetable-Ad6807 Chicken gyro bowls on saffron rice with spicy salad side and tzatziki garnish

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2023.06.09 14:02 sir-chorizo El Guero torta: breaded chicken, grilled ham & hotdogs, lettuce, tomato, mayo, avocado, fried egg.

El Guero torta: breaded chicken, grilled ham & hotdogs, lettuce, tomato, mayo, avocado, fried egg.
From my fav. Mexican joint, Tacos El Guero.
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2023.06.09 13:22 Jmachawks1604 Panera Bread Black Iced Coffee??

Can someone please shed some light if black iced coffee from Panera bread will not break my fast? I drink this in the morning on the way to work. I assumed it was good, but then looked at websites nutrition facts and said 15 calories. Thanks in advance.
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2023.06.09 12:45 hnqn1611 20 Shocking Facts About Food and Beverages

20 Shocking Facts About Food and Beverages
20 Shocking Facts About Food and Beverages
You Didn’t Know Food and water are essential for our survival. But the food industry has been tampering with the stuff we consume in order to make it look more appealing, taste better, and last longer. In this video, we reveal the shocking facts about food and beverages you probably consume every day. All foods and drinks mentioned here are considered safe to consume, however these facts may lead you to reconsider before you actually consume them…
Number 1 – Burgers The average hamburger contains meat from nearly 100 cattle. Imagine that… pieces from 100 cows just to make a burger. But wait…It gets better! Mass production cows are often raised knee-deep in their own poop. They're butchered so fast, that there often isn't enough time to clean them. The end result? Cow pie in your cheeseburger. Yum!
Number 2 - Processed Cheese Nothing makes a burger better than a thick slice of cheddar cheese. Right? The problem is that processed cheese isn’t cheddar. Heck, half the time it’s barely even cheese! Research has revealed that around half the contents of most processed cheese are chemicals, additives and fat – leaving a final slice with an alter ego - and less than 50% of what it claims to be!
Number 3 - Candy Mmmmm…. yum, yum. Who doesn’t like candy? M&Ms and Jellybeans are tasty treats, but I bet you didn’t know that their shiny coating is made from bug feces? Did You?! Shellac, also known as confectioner’s glaze, is made from a resin excreted by the female lac beetle. The resin is first processed into flakes, then it’s made into a liquid shellac, and then sprayed on food products. – Oh... and this stuff is also used to make lacquer for hardwood floors and furniture…
Number 4 - Packaged Food Ah yes… packaged foods. What a blessing. Especially if you’re like me, and hate cooking! Yeah, yeah I know they’re full of preservatives and a bunch of other crap. But if everyone’s eating it, then it can’t be THAT bad… or can it? The FDA actually says it is okay for things like maggots, rodent hairs, fruit flies and parasites to be in our food. But don't worry - they regulate the amount. The guidelines outline how much microbiological or extraneous matter can be present before it is considered a food safety issue. How appetizing…
Number 5 - Fruit Flavored Snacks You may never have guessed, but your favorite fruit flavored snacks are made with carnauba wax, the same ingredient that’s found in car polish! The wax is made from the leaves of carnauba palm trees, and it’s actually used to add that attractive sheen to many things you put in your mouth, such as candy, chewing gum, gravy and sauces. Carnauba wax is also used in shoe polish, dental floss, surf boards and floors… Gummy bears, anyone?
Number 6 - Bread Many commercial breads are made with L-Cysteine to soften the dough and prolong its shelf life. But, did you know that L-Cysteine is made from human hair and duck feathers?! Most of the hair is obtained from barber shops and salons. And when human hair is not available or is too expensive, people use duck feathers, chicken feathers, and even cow horns to extract the softening agent. So, yeah… your bread is kind of gross.
Number 7 - Salmon You might have heard the buzz about wild-caught vs farm-raised salmon. But, as it turns out, that’s’ not the only concern about this particular fish! It’s crazy how mislabeled salmon is! In Europe about 30 % and in the US about 40 %. This means, that you’re eating similar, cheaper fish that’s just colored pink - to make it “look like” salmon. Hmmm… That’s seriously FUCKED UP.
Number 8 – Gelatin You probably enjoy treats like Jelly-O, marshmallows and frozen cakes… Right? Well, they’re all made with gelatin. Great. But, did you known that gelatin is made from collagen extracted from the skin, bones, and connective tissues of animals such as cows, pigs, horses, chickens and fish? Eek…
Number 9 - Vanilla Flavoring Many delicious sweets and baked goods use Castoreum as vanilla flavoring. And in case you didn’t know… Castoreum is created from the secretions of the anal glands of beavers. Yep, you heard that right. What’s even more shocking is that in some cases, manufacturers don’t even have to list castoreum on the ingredients list, and may instead just refer to it as “natural flavoring.” Enjoy! Number 10 - Decaf Coffee Or is it…? Most decaffeinated coffee is not completely caffeine free, as it contains small amounts of caffeine. For example, a decaf latte can have as much caffeine as one can of coke.
Number 11 – Honey Honey is made from nectar and bee vomit. Nectar is extracted from flowers by bees and stored in their stomach. The stored nectar mixes with enzymes and its chemical composition and PH are transformed. When the bees return to the hive, they pass the collected nectar by regurgitating the liquid. Then, the process of evaporation removes the water and transforms it into honey. Another interesting fact about honey is that it never goes bad – apparently it can last 3000 years!
Number 12 – Fountain Drinks Ever notice how you still feel thirsty after guzzling down a jumbo-sized fizzy drink from fast food restaurants? Well, there’s a reason for that. To give these beverages their sweet taste, many fast food chains load their fizzy drinks with high fructose corn syrup – a highly processed substance used as a sugar substitute that allows that sweet flavor to dance on your tongue, while tearing away at the enamel on your teeth, stretching out your stomach lining, and attacking your vital organs. Sweet…
Number 13 – Fast Food Nuggets Golden, crispy chicken nuggets are a favorite treat for many. However, the way that they’re produced is rather shocking. Studies have shown that junk nuggets contain barely any chicken at all. Instead they’re mainly comprised of fats, bone, nerve and tissue.
Number 14 - Raw Meat When you buy meat from the supermarket, you’re under the impression that you can tell how fresh the meat is by its color. But the unfortunate reality is, that it’s actually sprayed with carbon monoxide in order to make it “look fresh” and retain its color. Good thing I don’t eat meat!
Number 15 - Hot Dogs Hot dogs may be one of the most popular street foods, but they’re not much more than a disgusting mix of discarded meat parts, fats and starch. They also mix it with something called cereal filler, which is a mix of bread crumbs and flour. It sounds pretty awful right? But that’s not all. Once they have a mix made, they add toxic dyes and artificial flavors as well… Bon Appétit.
Number 16 - Orange Juice Oh the good old O-Jay… It’s supposed to be “nothing but freshly squeezed oranges.” Right? That’s what they want you to believe! But the reality is, that they’re far from being freshly squeezed. In fact, orange juice is stored in a tank for about a year or so. The process of making juice starts off by extracting oxygen out of it so it can be stored accordingly. And because of this process, it loses its original flavor, and then artificial flavor is added. How refreshing!
Number 17 - Packaged Salad Are you one of those people who keeps buying packaged salads for lunch? Well, you may not be making the healthiest choice, because packaged salads are sprayed with a chemical called propylene glycol, that’s also found in anti-freeze! This chemical is responsible for keeping your lettuce crispy and your veggies full of color…but, still…
Number 18 - Bottled Water You may think that bottled water is pure and good for your health, as opposed to tap water with all its impurities. Have you have wondered if that’s really true? About 40 % of bottled water is actually regular tap water – and what’s even more surprising is that a lot of it doesn’t even get treated. It’s just straight out of the tap.
Number 19 - Red Food Coloring I’m pretty sure that the main ingredient in this common food dye might seriously "bug" you… If you enjoy eating strawberry-flavored yogurt or sipping on cranberry juice, you may be consuming bugs! But don’t worry. These insects don’t contaminate your food by accident! The red food coloring Carmine - extracted from a type of insect known as the cochineal - is deliberately added by food manufacturers.
Number 20 - Peanuts There’s nothing “wrong” with peanuts. Well, besides the toxic mold issue…. But, you may be a little shocked to find out that peanuts are an ingredient in dynamite. Peanuts contain an oil that is used in the process of making glycerol. Glycerol is one of the main ingredient in nitroglycerin, and nitroglycerin is the main part of dynamite. Who knew?! What do you find the most shocking about the foods and beverages you consume every day? Have you ever completely stopped eating a certain food? Or stopped drinking a beverage just because you found out something unsettling about it!? We wanna know! Share your thoughts and comments below!
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2023.06.09 12:37 Low-Conflict-9869 Not the best place to run a half-page ad for your business...

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2023.06.09 12:15 Justsodamn AITA for knowingly letting my mom's Boyfriend get food poisoning?

I (24m) am visiting my Mom (54) for a couple of days. Yesterday evening I was in the kitchen preparing a chicken dish.
My mom's Boyfriend (55) came into the kitchen to prepare a salad and asked me if he could use the cutting board. The cutting board and knife were still soaked with chicken juice and had tiny bits of raw chicken on it, so I obviously said no, that he should use the spare one. I was still busy with cooking, but had planned to clean both by hand and then put it in the dishwasher.
I am very cautious about food safety (especially regarding chicken) and I would not have let him used the board, even if he cleaned it by hand. Since I don't trust meat contaminated tools, if they weren't in the dishwasher.
My mom's Boyfriend on the other hand does not believe in food poisoning. He never had it, so obviously it can't exist. I don't know why he is so unreasonable regarding this topic, since he is not like that with other stuff. He is not anti-Vax or anything, it's just food safety he doesn't believe in.
He still insisted on using the cutting board and knife. I reminded him of salmonella, to which he just sighed :" You and your salmonella...". I replied that if he wants to use it then fine, if he cleans it, it may not be up to my cleaning standards, but I don't have to eat that salad. Well that man did not intend to clean the cutting board, he wanted to cut the vegetables, that he wanted to eat raw, on the dirty cutting board, with the dirty knife. I immediately told him, that he cannot do that and we had a heated discussion.
This was not the first time we had a fight about food safety and I have more than once refused to eat anything he had prepared. In the past I had grabbed the kitchen utensils out of his hand and ensured that he could not do stupid like that. But this time I was already exhausted from having such a stupid discussion. I was also caught off guard, because he never attempted something so unsafe before. So I thought fine, if he wants to give himself salmonella so badly, then I will not stop him. I just warned my Mom how he prepared said salad (she did not eat it) and let him eat his food hazard.
You can probably guess what happened next. It's the next day and as expected, he is laying sick in bed.
My Mom pulled me aside and told me, I should have stopped him from preparing the salad on the cutting board. That I knew what would happen and that it was cruel of me, to let him eat it. I responded, that she knew how he prepared it and could have stopped him from eating it. Her reasoning is that there was already an argument, because she refused to eat the salad herself and she did not want to cause another.
I do feel bad that he is know sick, but I tried to talk him out of it and I don't think i should have to physically stop him from doing something stupid like that. On the other hand I do feel like an asshole for letting him go trough with it.
So am I the asshole?
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2023.06.09 12:12 Odd-Baseball-5022 Reading an article about Ant Pile and I get an ad for chicken tenders?! 🤔

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2023.06.09 10:58 robertsonjasmine403 16.

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2023.06.09 10:58 robertsonjasmine403 15.

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