If you ate that for breakfast every day you'd be fu*ked.
Why? Looks good to me.
1 egg (7 eggs/week is reasonable)
2 sausage (not a big fan personally, but the serving is small)
only thing I'm not sure about (maybe someone from the UK can enlighten me) what is the fried triangle at the top, and what's underneath the egg?
Fried mushroom, fried sausage, fried egg, deep fried hash brown and fried tomato.
Fried = boiled in oil
Properly fried food absorbs very little oil (and therefore I believe it is possible to eat fried foods in moderation without exceeding suggested guidelines for fat/calories)
There are probably more grams of fat in a buttered muffin or a caesar salad than in a fried egg (just a wild guess).
What really kills the nutritional value is if the food is if it's battered before frying. Then you get the double-whammy of the calories in the breading PLUS it absorbs more oil.
Any kind of health snob is an annoying freak in my opinion. I prefer to eat healthy because I don't like the pain associated with being unhealthy and fat. Still, I don't preach about it and try to get other people to live my life by getting on my soapbox and telling the world about my diet. Most of these people don't even know what they are talking about either, it's just some self absorbed I know everything, my diet is better than yours, bla bla bla kind of person. Shove a chicken leg and some corn in it, big mouth! That's what I have to say about that.
Yeah I forgot, fried is the best tasting and least healthy so you're right...
and what is this about the alcohol hate? You sound like a booze nazi OP. Lemme tell ya how it works... You=eating too much bad food and drinking sugary filled drinks often can be and is worse than having a lil drink every here and there. A little high quality booze every here and there is actually said to be good for you. Both things enlarge your organs, effect the way your brain works long term, and leads to a shorter lifespan if consumed in excess for too long. Also keep in mind not everyone drinking is getting black out drunk. I have a feeling you have high blood pressure though from your first post, so it's whatever. _________________ "You know, the blues ain't nothing but a worried ole heart disease"-Son House