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    Re: Is there a saying of food treatment approach in the western Countries?

    Quote Originally Posted by sky753 View Post
    Can you give a dialogue containing the sentence "You are what you eat." And what do you mean by saying rump roast?
    Me: "You can't make a meal on pretzels and beer! Think of what you're doing to your stomach. You are what you eat, you know."

    Husband: "So what were you raised on, rump roast?"


    ("Rump roast" is a common type of roast beef, it just refers to the cut of meat, that is, where it comes from on the cow. Unfortunately, "rump" is also another word for "backside".....)


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    Re: Is there a saying of food treatment approach in the western Countries?

    Hi Sky,

    Thanks. I got it. We call it naturopathy or alternative medicine.
    Might try the ginger soup.....Yes we can get those sugars in Chinese grocery stores in Sydney.

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