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goose1964 Sun 12-Nov-17 15:10:04

Unless I get a short notice operation I have to decide whether to eat all the lovely Christmas food, which will cause me pain and take painkillers which I can't drink with, or I can be careful about what I eat and enjoy a few drinks.

Can't do both as my tablets can kill if taken with alcohol.

Don't know what to do?

mumonashoestring Sun 12-Nov-17 15:13:06

Poor you - which do you normally look forward to more, the food or the booze? For example I love a cocktail, but if I had to choose I'd want to be able to eat whatever I wanted and stick to mulled apple juice, sparkling elderflower, San Pellegrino and tea smile

BarbaraOcumbungles Sun 12-Nov-17 15:14:38

I love a drink but on Christmas Day the food wins hands down!

Imagine a Christmas without turkey stuffing sandwiches 😮

OSETmum Sun 12-Nov-17 15:18:48

Food, no question!

NoWordForFluffy Sun 12-Nov-17 15:27:35

Yeah, if I had to choose it would definitely be food!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 12-Nov-17 15:33:47

Food for sure (but I don't drink alcohol, don't listen to me fwink )

Is it any food in particular? I can't eat high fat without my dearly departed gallbladder twinging (I thought once it was gone I'd be ok but no I have a legacy of fat gripes)

Sort through what you can/cannot each then work out your menu. Yes its nice to say "Throw caution to the wind" but not if that slice of cake+wendsleydale leaves me reaching for the Mebeverine !

goose1964 Mon 13-Nov-17 12:44:07

70isa it is gall bladder so any amount of fat and for some strange reason sultanas but not raisins.

NotAPuffin Mon 13-Nov-17 13:08:17

Sultanas are oiled during the drying process while raisins aren't, so that makes sense.

Food always wins for me.

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