I usually eat out on dialysis days. In Malaysia it's just easier. I normally get what they call "mixed rice", which simply means a single serving of rice, with 2 kinds of veggies, and one protein, usually tofu, or steamed egg. I seldom get meat, even if I do, it's usually fish. But I seldom get fish, if that because it's usually deep fried. I will get some braised tofu with 2 kinds of veggies. I'm pretty choosy when it comes to my mixed rice. I usually go vegetarian.
But sometimes, I will fix sandwiches or a wrap at home on dialysis days. I will eat out when I'm on duty in the church choir because it's just easier. Malaysia has healthy choices available for reasonable prices.
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Rarely, and then it's always something I don't prepare at home, like sushi or teppanyaki style cooking. The burger restaurant across the street isn't called "The Habit" for nothing. It takes some strength to walk past the doors instead of through them! And yes, they have some yummy salads, but those trays filled with burgers and sweet potato fries are the reason I stay away from there right now! Otherwise, I'm not even tempted by the typical fast food restaurants, like McDonalds etc. Eeew!
I'm a good cook, so I really prefer to eat at home, even if I could afford to eat out all the time.
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