How do you deal with the fish sauce smell when your wife cooks?

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Re: How do you deal with the fish sauce smell when your wife cooks?

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Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:56 am When you get married you get the whole package, not just the parts you like. I see nothing positive coming from asking her to cut out the fish sauce and fear she will be at the very least hurt and more likely vindictive. However, it is high in sodium and if you were to explain to her it is not good for your heart health you may be able to convince her to cut back. Fermented fish is very popular in the region I live, it is the foulest smell I can imagine, I feel for you but any comment I have ever made was swiftly shut down. I bought pork loin for a bar bq, the family brought pigs intestines and ears. The pork loin was feed to the dogs halfway through the meal. I asked why? And was told the bad cuts of meat, we give to the dogs. You can take the girl out of the country but you can t take the country out of the girl. Good luck
My dog is packing her bags as we speak - she's heard of your family's greener pastures :lol:
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Mishmash wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:39 pm
Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:56 am When you get married you get the whole package, not just the parts you like. I see nothing positive coming from asking her to cut out the fish sauce and fear she will be at the very least hurt and more likely vindictive. However, it is high in sodium and if you were to explain to her it is not good for your heart health you may be able to convince her to cut back. Fermented fish is very popular in the region I live, it is the foulest smell I can imagine, I feel for you but any comment I have ever made was swiftly shut down. I bought pork loin for a bar bq, the family brought pigs intestines and ears. The pork loin was feed to the dogs halfway through the meal. I asked why? And was told the bad cuts of meat, we give to the dogs. You can take the girl out of the country but you can t take the country out of the girl. Good luck
My dog is packing her bags as we speak - she's heard of your family's greener pastures :lol:
Your dog will have to get in line, I don t even have a dog but we usually eat outdoors and she feels a responsibility to feed any and all that come over. The [email protected] wait outside the gate at 7 every night. Personally I hate it and the neighbours all seem to have at least one litter a year to roam free. The other day she said we should make merit and have the neighbours' dogs spayed. I am down with that.
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Re: How do you deal with the fish sauce smell when your wife cooks?

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Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:50 pm
Mishmash wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:39 pm
Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:56 am When you get married you get the whole package, not just the parts you like. I see nothing positive coming from asking her to cut out the fish sauce and fear she will be at the very least hurt and more likely vindictive. However, it is high in sodium and if you were to explain to her it is not good for your heart health you may be able to convince her to cut back. Fermented fish is very popular in the region I live, it is the foulest smell I can imagine, I feel for you but any comment I have ever made was swiftly shut down. I bought pork loin for a bar bq, the family brought pigs intestines and ears. The pork loin was feed to the dogs halfway through the meal. I asked why? And was told the bad cuts of meat, we give to the dogs. You can take the girl out of the country but you can t take the country out of the girl. Good luck
My dog is packing her bags as we speak - she's heard of your family's greener pastures :lol:
Your dog will have to get in line, I don t even have a dog but we usually eat outdoors and she feels a responsibility to feed any and all that come over. The [email protected] wait outside the gate at 7 every night. Personally I hate it and the neighbours all seem to have at least one litter a year to roam free. The other day she said we should make merit and have the neighbours' dogs spayed. I am down with that.
Well that's you off the visitors list around 7pm - Guess you're popular with the dog community :lol:

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Mishmash wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:02 pm
Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:50 pm
Mishmash wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:39 pm
Anthony's Weiner wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:56 am When you get married you get the whole package, not just the parts you like. I see nothing positive coming from asking her to cut out the fish sauce and fear she will be at the very least hurt and more likely vindictive. However, it is high in sodium and if you were to explain to her it is not good for your heart health you may be able to convince her to cut back. Fermented fish is very popular in the region I live, it is the foulest smell I can imagine, I feel for you but any comment I have ever made was swiftly shut down. I bought pork loin for a bar bq, the family brought pigs intestines and ears. The pork loin was feed to the dogs halfway through the meal. I asked why? And was told the bad cuts of meat, we give to the dogs. You can take the girl out of the country but you can t take the country out of the girl. Good luck
My dog is packing her bags as we speak - she's heard of your family's greener pastures :lol:
Your dog will have to get in line, I don t even have a dog but we usually eat outdoors and she feels a responsibility to feed any and all that come over. The [email protected] wait outside the gate at 7 every night. Personally I hate it and the neighbours all seem to have at least one litter a year to roam free. The other day she said we should make merit and have the neighbours' dogs spayed. I am down with that.
Well that's you off the visitors list around 7pm - Guess you're popular with the dog community :lol:

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Re: How do you deal with the fish sauce smell when your wife cooks?

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Mishmash wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:02 pm
I started a new topic on this.

general-chatter/dogs-t33902.html

There are situations where discussions go way off topic. In these situations, I would encourage people to start new topics.
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icetiger81 wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 10:29 am You're screwed....learn to breath through your mouth!
That’s right. We need more mouth breathers...
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explorer wrote: Wed Nov 13, 2019 5:42 pm
There are situations where discussions go way off topic. In these situations, I would encourage people to start new topics.
And I’m sure everyone is eager to oblige.
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Learn and apply the yoga mantra.

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Talk about life without fish sauce and the NEW LIFE with fish sauce. For the reincarnated (and unhealthily salt-addicted) only.
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