The foods lip-smackingly good with some veg options, and theres a ham and eggs breakfast for 3KM.

2. noun

Secondary foodstuffs are exemplified by the following prepared dishes: vegetarian steaks, gratinated vegs, oven made lasagne, fish and ham with potatoes,

b) A unit of subjective weight, equivalent to the perceived weight of lifting 100 grams.

meals of meat and three veg were mostly the same three veg, beans peas potatoes, or peas carrots potatoes.

3. verb
to vegetate; to engage in complete inactivity; to rest

After working hard all week, I decided to stay home and veg on Saturday.

See Also: veg out

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