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What would you eat more of if cost were not a factor?

Asked by 6rant6 (13672points) April 13th, 2011

I was eating a pomello last night, and imagined having one every day. But they’re expensive so, that’s probably not going to happen.

That got me to thinking about what I would eat if money were no object – fresh herbs, more fish, artisan cheeses, more berries…

What you eat more of if the cost wasn’t a factor?

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math_nerd's avatar

Probably not. I don’t eat much as it is and if I want something I will buy it.

sinscriven's avatar

Cheese. The double or triple cream variety.

Then I’d lament that unfortunately it will make me fatter.

KateTheGreat's avatar

Tiramisu…...That shit has 1,000 calories per serving, but it’s like an orgasm in the mouth.

Michael_Huntington's avatar

Carpet.
Fish
Clams

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Pomegranate juice
Fresh fish
Organic farm vegies & fruits
Grass fed organic meats

Berserker's avatar

Steak and seafood.

6rant6's avatar

Saffron.

SpatzieLover's avatar

Money is a factor, that is why we try to eat only organic and grass-fed here. We can’t afford more doctor bills.

I guess if money were no object, I’d have grass-fed tenderloin/Filet Mignon more often

Jeruba's avatar

lobster
caviar
portobello mushrooms
filet mignon
lobster
lobster
lobster

Michael_Huntington's avatar

Where’s ucme? He know what I’m talkin’ about

KateTheGreat's avatar

@Michael_Huntington Hahahahahaha, I see what you did there.

Aster's avatar

What @Jeruba said.

Michael_Huntington's avatar

I’d probably want a lot of dill pickles and donuts. Or as I’d like to call them, dill do(nut)s.
This thread is off the hook, yo!

jaytkay's avatar

The superb coffee beans from the roaster near my work. $15/lb, yikes!

I buy them when I am feeling flush, and it really is a lot better than any other coffee I know.

AmWiser's avatar

Lobster, lobster, and more lobster.
Crab legs, crab legs, and more crab legs.

boffin's avatar

Scotch…. Cragganmore

ragingloli's avatar

Döner Kebab.

BarnacleBill's avatar

I’d eat sushi every day.

aprilsimnel's avatar

More seafood.

jaytkay's avatar

@ragingloli Döner Kebab

If you visit Chicago, try the gyros. Similar. Maybe identical to Döner Kebab.

Cruiser's avatar

King Crab, Lobster and Kobe beef.

JLeslie's avatar

Lamb.

I pay a hell of a lot for honey crisp apples, I really wish they were cheaper. One store charges $4.99 a pound, that’s just too much, I won’t spend that much. I resent it, because I am pretty sure they are making a huge profit. I have a hard time believing it is that much more expensive to grow a honey crisp than a gala or a pink lady.

Cruiser's avatar

@JLeslie I LOVE lamb! Good choice! Yum!

anartist's avatar

Maine lobster.

augustlan's avatar

King crab legs and lobster. But only if someone else is cooking them.

Jeruba's avatar

Yummy all right, @ratboy—but prohibitively expensive?

Bring on the neeps and tatties.

ucme's avatar

Shit – ake mushrooms!
@Michael_Huntington That delight comes for free, depending on the girl/establishment :¬)

Foolaholic's avatar

Seafood, and lots of it! Lobstah’, swoardfish, crab, you name it!

Blackberry's avatar

I would only eat more expensive food, but not eat more.

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Mamradpivo's avatar

Buffalo.
Also, kangaroo.

BarnacleBill's avatar

@Mamradpivo, bison burgers are fabulous.

6rant6's avatar

@Mamradpivo I can kind of understand the buffalo, but kangaroos? Really? People who eat kangaroos lead joeyless lives.

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