I’m trying to be as gluten free as possible. Seems to be helping in many ways, but wow… wheat is everywhere. I’ve found some good resources so far. I’m also pretty dairy free anymore. I do still dabble in butter… oh butter… the love of my life! But now I use one tablespoon at most with my breakfast and that’s it. :0(
Milk has been on my no-no list for a long time and it’s only once in a while that I miss cheese.
Hubby was told to watch his cholesterol and such. He’s been so good about his Cheerios and no cheese. Most of the meals I’ve been making are vegetable-arian. (the term my youngest used when trying to describe a vegetarian. I thought it was cute, so it stuck)
Btw, if you want something to stay warm.. don’t put it in my microwave. The previous owners vented it to the outside, but gosh knows how. Now, in the winter, I open the microwave and have to wonder if it’s really the refrigerator.
I found this stuff called Perky Jerky, and Perky Turkey Jerky. It’s pretty good stuff and considering I ate some on my one hour ride home from work at 10 pm and it’s now 2:40 am, I’d say it’s pretty effective. It’s natural jerky paired with guarana. Pretty good if you ask me.
What gives? It used to be that I’d run you over if you were in the way of me and my coffee, and now?… meh… sometimes I want a cup, but generally not so much. The smell is still awesome, unless you catch a whiff of some bad coffee – in which case that aroma and the smell of skunk aren’t far off from one another. I’ve found I’d rather deal with the short taste of a 5 hour energy shot than have a full cup o’joe. How odd.
I think it may be starting to wear off… or maybe that was the cup of tepid soup and the turkey I had for dinner just now? I’m going to take my overly tired self to bed and will wake up in a much better frame of mind in the morning.
2 thoughts on “Food”
HeHeHe,…@ “dabble in butter”…I know,get my mind out of the gutter….sheesh!
A few years ago I started adhearing to this diet
as a way to improve my heart health,and reduce cholesterol level.
I would guess that it helped save my life,as both are well on the way to normal (cept for the “two sizes too small ” heart thing)..
This is pretty much where we are now. Hubby has lost about 20 lbs. He wasn’t overly big, but you can still tell he’s been eating differently. And while I do love butter, (it’s ok to go to the gutter, btw) olive oil and I are in another love affair since my trip to Spain. :0)