|Fish finger sandwich|
Food Diary (December 01, 2011)
Breakfast: Rolled oats with banana and flax seeds
Lunch: Fish finger sandwich
Dinner: Carrot and ginger soup, bread
The fish finger sandwich was awesome, perhaps an outlier on the effort/taste scale. I wonder who invented the process of shallow and deep frying, and what was the first fried food. Whoever invented frying certainly deserves all the medals and awards possible, including the Nobel prizes in science, peace and food.
And in case you didn't notice, December just arrived. Still no sign of snow in Stockholm, very strange weather.
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Source: Food for Thought
Today’s Favourite Blog
The quickest way to a man's heart is through his stomach. It seems that food and heart, or more precisely sex, is on equal grounds. Researchers at Ohio State University found men thought about sex 19 times a day, and food 18 times a day.
The team asked a group of 160 women and 125 men to record their thoughts, with 163 asked to mark down how often they thought about sex, 61 about sleep and 59 about food.
Women thought about sex less than men, on average about 10 times a day.
I am trying to think of reasons why men think about food almost as much as sex. One would imagine men thinking a lot more about sex. I guess the fact that men eat three times a day, and the food varies, probably explains why men think of food a lot more than expected. If men ate only once a day, and the same food each day, they would probably think less about food. This is not the best explanation but the best I could come up with. I haven’t found a reason why women think about sex a lot less than men so.