Veggie Burgers and gaming.

Veggie Burgers and gaming.

By Ykretz | Don't die as a student | 5 May 2020


If there is something everybody knows this is "If you don't eat, you don't live"

 

We have to eat to live, ok that's obvious. At the begining of the humanity, human mostly ate to survive. But with time, eating started to be more than a need.

Without even speaking of overconsumption and obesity, more than eating, humans wanted to eat something tasty.

As the half marvelous and fully weird movie "Over the Hedge" said when speaking of humans "they don't eat to live anymore, they live to eat"

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I know the habits aren't the same all around the globe. I heard that in America you often eat outside unlike Western Europe where you cook your own food a little more often. I'm from France and when I was still at my parents' home, my mom used to cook every meal. Most of time is was simple and quick but she did it. 

Since I live alone, that is something I kept from her, I always cook my own food. Maybe because I like to cook, maybe because I enjoy more my food when I know that I made it myself, or maybe because I'm afraid to speak to people I don't know and I don't like to spend money for something I can have WAY cheaper when making it myself, without forgetting the fact that I love money and I don't have so much so I like to save the more I can.

That is what brought me here. In the begging of living alone, after highschool, I stopped sport and made my own food, just to eat, and I love to eat, I always was that guy everybody hate because I eat a lot but I'm still thin. That was the end. The school I'm in teaches me editing, so I'm sitting, no sports, and eating A LOT. In a year I took around 33 pounds ( that is not huge, but when you were thin, it seems you to be huge ). 

I hated that, I started to do a little sport alone with apps and I started to eat better. In most of cases I just added some proteins, that is what stops your hunger. In 4-5 months I lost that 33 pounds and I'm still losing some weight, and I still eat a lot. Remember that : You can eat until having stomachaches and still be inshape, you just need to be careful of what you eat and do enough sport ! 

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Finally, I will talk about this title : I'm a gamer since I get my first computer, the only thing I remember is that it was before I was 7. Since I live alone, I'm vegetarian, and I ALWAYS eat on my desk while playing or watching a movie or video. And this time, I did not just wanted to eat. I wanted something that will hurt my stomach. I spend around an hour in my kitchen to cook. Cutting tomatoes and cucumbers, making steaks from lentils, cutting pickles, heating the bread, putting all this together and then I brought it to my desk where I have 3 Screens and I saw the light hitting on it, I selected the colors I preferred to display on my screens and it's done.

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It could seem that this is easy to eat but no. The only way to finish it was to lie in my bed, take a bite in it every four minutes while watching a series and cry. My stomach was hurting so much I talked to him, lying in my deathbed, to know if he would kill me during the night. Obviously that was just a madness attack so he didn't respond to me, that's just a belly.

But I fell asleep with this question, will I wake up ? The answer is yes. And it was the greatest burger I never ate.


Ykretz
Ykretz

I'm studying editing in school, and I am a huge fan of cryptocurrency. I am looking for the best ways to ally cinema and blockchain.


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