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PostSubject: Re: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptySat 13 Aug 2011, 1:47 pm

PiercedMumma08 wrote:
mum of four (bec) wrote:
After the last series of Masterchef all the judges had to go on a diet!

Im not surprised!!!! The amount of full fat ingredients, my God!!!!

Maybe we should go on and do a sleevers masterchef- tiny portions, low fat options, no carbs!!!

LOL ... I love that idea pierced mumma. Sure wish I had a "sleeverchef" at my house.,
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PostSubject: Re: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptySat 13 Aug 2011, 12:44 pm

I'm a qualified chef and worked in the industry for over 6 years and while you use A LOT of oils and butter etc you're really not consuming that much plus you're on your feet all day often with no breaks at all i pretty much maintained but didn't gain while working in kitchens but have put on 20kg since being in an office for two years.

The thing with cheffing is that you eat food after your shift at weird times and that can be a major cause for weight gain as well as excessive alcohol consumption as we tend to be fond of a drink or four after work ;)

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PostSubject: Re: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptyThu 21 Jul 2011, 4:32 am

mum of four (bec) wrote:
After the last series of Masterchef all the judges had to go on a diet!

Im not surprised!!!! The amount of full fat ingredients, my God!!!!

Maybe we should go on and do a sleevers masterchef- tiny portions, low fat options, no carbs!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptyThu 21 Jul 2011, 2:03 am

After the last series of Masterchef all the judges had to go on a diet!
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PostSubject: Re: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptyWed 20 Jul 2011, 11:30 am

Chefs have some terrible and some good eating habits.
Terrible in the huge amount of time they dont eat a sit down meal they taste as they cook.
Good as when they do sit down for a meal it tends to be simple lean food.

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PostSubject: Masterchef/ Chefs in general- Question   Masterchef/ Chefs in general-  Question EmptyWed 20 Jul 2011, 11:25 am

How do chefs not get morbidly obese (i know SOME are) but with all the food.

Since Ive been home from the cancer debarcle, Ive been watching Ready Steady Cook (bring back Pete I say) and the amount of creams, sugars, oil, etc......

So it got me thinking.... how do chefs not get morbidly obese when they prepare and cook food like that? I know they wouldnt eat all that they cooked... but still.............

Just a random, pain killers induced weird thought.......

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