The forgotten cheese
Ok, I think I figured out my Cheesecake Plan. I will make it tonight, but will be sure to wrap it up really well in Saran wrap so that it stays fresh and does not take on the odor of anything else that may be in my fridge over the course of the next few days. I will also cross my fingers and hope for the best. Sound good?
Well, today for a snack, I really thought I’d branch out and experiment in the realm of culinary delights by having…an apple. Hey, ain’t nothing wrong with an apple!
Ain’t nothing wrong with me
I have noticed that buying organic apples is only a tiny bit more expensive than buying regular apples, so this is the one organic product I never have second-thoughts about buying (same with spinach). Now if only they could lower the price on organic peppers, and I would be set!
For lunch today, I had my usual salad. But horror of horrors — I FORGOT THE CHEESE! I am not sure how this happened. My salad-making skills are down to a fine science, I do it so regularly. Usually, cheese is one of the last ingredients to go on, and I always reward myself with a small bite before finishing up. But, last night, my mind must have been elsewhere so it was a cheese-less salad. I suppose it could have been worse.
This salad contains:
- 2 handfuls of baby spinach
- 3 HULK strawberries
- 1/2 avocado
- 3 “trees” of broccoli
- 2 mushrooms
- 5 slices of cucumber
- 2 scoops of bulgur (almost done!!!)
- The last of my Kraft Fig Balsamic Vinaigrette
Yeah, I have just a tiny bit of bulgur left. It will either end up in tomorrow’s breakfast, or be chucked. I am bulgur-ed out! But it was tasty and nice to keep a container in my fridge to add to so many dishes. Maybe in a few weeks time I will do the same with quinoa.
Well it is a horrible, dreary, rainy day here in Toronto, but I am still planning on venturing out for a bit of reading at the library. I like to break up the day that way! I am still plowing through The China Study. Now, as if deadly Greek yogurt wasn’t bad enough, now I am learning that babies who drink cow’s milk are at a higher risk of developing Type 1 diabetes. Is there no hope for my beloved dairy products?!!?