Tce44
Last year

#41892

Healthy food??

I was looking forward to the 5pm games, a great time for the family to enjoy the 36errs.

Now that it appears we aren't allowed to take food into the stadium, I'm really disappointed with the food options left. I don't want to eat deep fried food and I certainly don't want my children to eat it.

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Anonymous
Last year
08:53 7 Oct 17

Reply #649142

re: Healthy food??

Eat before the game. Eat after the game.


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Jack Toft
Last year
08:54 7 Oct 17

Reply #649143

re: Healthy food??

What's wrong with fried food?

It has all the 5 essential food groups: fat, salt, long chain oils, carbs, sugar


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Train
Last year
08:57 7 Oct 17

Reply #649144

re: Healthy food??

Be creative and smuggle your food in :P


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Tce44
Last year
08:59 7 Oct 17

Reply #649145

re: Healthy food??

Eat before 5 or after 7:15?? Not going to work for a lot of families.

No issue eating during the game if we could buy decent food or BYO..


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Dome Rat
Last year
09:09 7 Oct 17

Reply #649146

re: Healthy food??

I smuggle my food in internally


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Jack Toft
Last year
09:24 7 Oct 17

Reply #649148

re: Healthy food??

"I smuggle my food in internally".......err hopefully you mean you eat it before hand.......


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Anonymous
Last year
10:21 7 Oct 17

Reply #649155

re: Healthy food??

Yeah. Eat it. With your mouth.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:32 7 Oct 17

Reply #649158

re: Healthy food??

As both a very long term vegan and nutritionist I get your predicament. High cost shitty food in the arena. Eat before hand or as I do smuggle it in - even past bag checks. Not difficult.


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Anonymous
Last year
10:33 7 Oct 17

Reply #649159

re: Healthy food??

U can bring in home made food. Pack a sandwich


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Tce44
Last year
10:39 7 Oct 17

Reply #649162

re: Healthy food??

Taking a sandwich would be awesome if that's allowed...


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Big Sexy
Last year
10:42 7 Oct 17

Reply #649163

re: Healthy food??

Maybe you should contact the stadium to see what can and can not be brought in


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Big Sexy
Last year
10:44 7 Oct 17

Reply #649164

re: Healthy food??

http://www.titaniumarena.com.au/contact/


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Luuuc
Last year
10:53 7 Oct 17

Reply #649165

re: Healthy food??

Stadium food is always going to be lowest-common-denominator type stuff.
Thankfully I'm one of the lucky few whose body is able to endure 2.5 hours without a meal.


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Train
Last year
11:08 7 Oct 17

Reply #649167

re: Healthy food??

I rarely eat at games, it just talkes up space that I need to consume beer and vodka.


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Train
Last year
11:08 7 Oct 17

Reply #649168

re: Healthy food??

*takes


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Baller#3
Last year
12:43 7 Oct 17

Reply #649176

re: Healthy food??

Step 1: Liquify food
Step 2: fill condoms
Step 3: swallow condoms
Step 4: regurgitate in toilet
Step 5: suck out contents like a melted iceblock.

Problem solved


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KingPodge
Last year
13:23 7 Oct 17

Reply #649182

re: Healthy food??

'Can I please have the internally smuggled condom filled with undisclosed nutrients, and a Diet Coke please'
‘Oh and can I supersize it?’


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CT
Last year
19:10 7 Oct 17

Reply #649228

re: Healthy food??

Get on Facebook, explain your predicament. Round up a whole bunch of other people who feel the same way. Post constantly until it becomes annoying and they get the message. Enjoy your salads.


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Anonymous
Last year
19:47 7 Oct 17

Reply #649236

re: Healthy food??

gluten free chicken wrap fits in a Large coke cup.


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AshT
Last year
20:08 7 Oct 17

Reply #649237

re: Healthy food??

Sounds like the stadium is sponsered by the cancer treatment industry?


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Ricey
Last year
01:30 8 Oct 17

Reply #649321

re: Healthy food??

They don't serve gluten free almond milk lattes at the stadium do they either?


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Anonymous
Last year
01:37 8 Oct 17

Reply #649323

re: Healthy food??

You can get them at Byron stadium.


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Anonymous
Last year
01:55 8 Oct 17

Reply #649325

re: Healthy food??

Love my full cream milk and gluten.


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Anonymous
Last year
23:28 8 Oct 17

Reply #649507

re: Healthy food??

Top read this fred


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D2
Last year
00:22 9 Oct 17

Reply #649512

re: Healthy food??

It's a valid point.
I don't understand how all their chips, burgers, pizza etc can be freshly made, but the only way they can sell a sandwich is to have it made a week ago and sealed in plastic.


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Ricey
Last year
07:27 9 Oct 17

Reply #649535

re: Healthy food??

Freshly made? Define freshly made buddy lol... packaged food thrown in a fryer or anything else is hardly freshly made


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