|Risotto with smoked sausage|
Food Diary (February 22, 2012)
Breakfast: Rolled oats with raisins, coconut, sunflower seeds and flax seeds
Lunch: Risotto with smoked sausage
Dinner: Lentil, spinach and lentil spread with bread
Baking/sweets: Polenta/Semolina Crackers sweets
Today I bought a 100g bar of chocolate coated marzipan. I had it safely tucked away in my pocket, next to the two packets of cranberries. I assumed it would be safe there. My plan was to later eat some of the marzipan and use the rest to bake something. When I arrived home there was no marzipan and no wrapper either. Then I retraced my steps to try and figure out what happened. I vividly recall throwing away the wrappers into a bin, to destroy evidence. Before that, the marzipan seems to have been eaten at lightning speed. I felt a bit guilty eating 100 grams but a large part of it was almonds and the whole part was delicious. My plans to avoid sugar during the day went down the drain.
I remembered sometime ago when I went to visit my parents, I lost my passport along the way, either at the airport or afterwards. I rarely lose anything. My aunty who is a psychologist was visiting my parents. Using her skills we managed to figure out what happened. I was amazed. Usually when you lose something the first thing people say is where you put it last!
What is the moral behind this story? I don’t know, its just rambling. Maybe psychologists do have skills? Chocolate coated marzipan is delicious? If you lose something you may find it again. Talking about losing, I mentioned finding a phone sometime ago. It is still sitting on my desk. I guess the owner won’t be calling.
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Source: Cheap Ethnic Eatz
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Today’s Favourite Blog
Source: The Sun
Claire Simmons, 33, has eaten only cheese and tomato pizza for 31 years. She suffers from an eating condition known as Selective Eating Disorder. She has been told she could die unless she quits her bizarre dining habit. But she can’t, she gags if she puts anything but a plain pizza slice in her mouth. She also shakes the moment she is presented with any other type of food.
Claire says she keeps herself healthy with exercise and drinking lot of water. According to her doctor that’s not enough, she lacks vitamins and minerals. This could lead to a stroke or heart attack.
It is amazing that she survived 31 years, and is still not sick of pizza.