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    KEBABS are bloody delicious.

    But a cheeky late night or lunchtime kebab is often accompanied with a mountain of food regret. We’ve always assumed kebabs are super unhealthy, but hoping to convince ourselves otherwise, we asked nutritionist and dietitian Susie Burrell for the lowdown.
    And the good news is, Burrell says kebabs are “actually not that bad”.
    “They’re not deep fried. The meat’s not too bad. You get some salad in there. I think there are worse options,” she said. Score!

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    Burrell says the key to keeping your kebab healthy is to skip the cheese and extra creamy sauces.
    “When you have cheese, sour cream, garlic sauce … that’s when it goes a bit haywire. So skip those and you can ask them for less meat, although that’s probably not going to happen at 2am,’’ she says.
    She says the main problem with kebabs is the portion size — they’re basically two serves of food.
    “A kebab is around 500-600 calories. And often you’re having a kebab after you’ve already eaten dinner. But in terms of the composition it’s not awful. Nutritionally it’s not too bad.”

    Ask for extra salad and less meat to make your kebab healthier. Source: Supplied



    Burrell says asking for a ‘baby kebab’ — some kebab shops sell small or kids’ sizes kebabs — or sharing one with a friend (cute) is a good option.
    “Kebabs or a grilled chicken burger or a plain hamburger are OK late night food options. Pizza is one of the worst. So are fried chips and fast food burgers, because they’re so easy to overeat,” she says.
    I know what I’m having for dinner tonight.

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    I have definitely eaten my fair share of kebabs over the years!

    when I was younger and bulking pretty hard core I would get the kebab guy near my work to make me a double- two wraps to make,one huge one, triple chicken, lots of cheese, sour cream and salad.

    I wouldnt have have been surprised if it was 2000 calories!


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    I'd always get two or have double meat.
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    ok ok , i have slow on the take up , i have only just started buying kebabs , and must say i am quite hooked on them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    I'd always get two or have double meat.
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    My 'usual' would easily be over 500 cal.
    Chicken, double meat, egg, cheese, sweet chilli and sour cream.
    They're writing this article on the "2am kebab" worrying about calories but no mention of the bulk cals that would have been consumed prior with alcohol


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    Quote Originally Posted by White_Lie View Post
    Chicken, double meat, egg, cheese, sweet chilli and sour cream.
    That sounds pretty damn good. Never thought of adding egg or sour cream.


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    Give it a go man, usually toasted but for some reason it's so hard to get toasted kebabs in Perth


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    Yeah. Yiros' are pretty nice.

    And fuck your less meat and more salad.

    Less salad, more meat !


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    Quote Originally Posted by White_Lie View Post
    Give it a go man, usually toasted but for some reason it's so hard to get toasted kebabs in Perth
    That place at Harbourtown toasts it real good, it turns out crispy. The only problem though with double meat and all the toppings the kebab starts to split down the side and everything starts to gush out like a prolapse nightmare hahah.

    To counteract that, tell them to get rid of the kabouleh bullshit, no need for salads and shit when you just want meat, moar meat.
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