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I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by Dragonsfire » Tue Jul 18, 2017 5:10 pm

As someone that has lost his gallbladder some years ago, Ive only had problems with fat if its store bought prepped food. Olive oil and coconut oil is my primary usage and I have not had a problem with it. I also dont use the amount that would make the food swim in it :)

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by Cerberus » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:18 pm

As Cory Ander said in his post above, I find that I hardly ever eat a normal sized meal straight after finishing cooking it. I generally cook enough for a week so there's plenty of leftovers but generally I'll just have a little bit and then relax. THat's not just for Indian curries either, pretty much any food I'm cooking, for some reason I'm just not hungry anymore after chopping, slicing, simmering, etc.

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by rdu » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:54 am

I am getting more of an appetite while cooking. Just am probably a bit strange in that way :fun:

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by snoopy » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:05 am

I can just about manage a small portion of curry after cooking, I try to cook early to mid day if i can, Open windows etc clear the air a bit, I agree with Cerberus its pretty much everything you cook seems a struggle to eat after,

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by mickyp » Tue Dec 05, 2017 5:18 pm

When im past the prep stage and actually cooking i really enjoy a beer and a nibble of a puppadom or 2 / 3, as for the curry i always tend to cook for later.

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by Westy » Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:08 pm

I’m at the stage where I don’t ever eat a curry straight after cooking it , it just doesn’t taste right to me . Most curries and dhals improve for waiting - sometimes half a day , sometimes longer .
A curry can never be ‘too garlicky’ or ‘too hot’ .....

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by One Keema Naan » Thu Jan 04, 2018 1:00 pm

I get this a lot and I've always put it down to the heat of the kitchen. A couple of years ago, before it closed, I got a "Curry Station" in BHS, it's a hotplate with 4 lidded pots that you can use to keep currys warm, the bare plate is also suitable for keeping naans toasty.

Once i finish cooking I pop the product in the curry station, have a beer or two to cool down, then tuck in.

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Re: I Don't Feel Like Eating a Curry After Cooking it!

Post by DarrenUK » Sat Jan 27, 2018 2:56 pm

It seems to be a common problem. I certainly lose enthusiasm for eating it after I spent long making it. I tend to make mine a day or two in advance and leave it in the fridge. Microwave it on the day I fancy it. I started doing that just because I found it always tasted better the next day. Just got in the habit of it now.

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