How do Freelee and DR and everyone else who eats cooked food or does "Raw 'til Four" do it? My mom lost her job, so we're in kind of a budget crunch, and so I decided to try bringing some cooked…Continue
Hello, fellow frugivores,So, I have these papayas. They're green. I thought that they would ripen up, but it's been a week (and it's been warm--I live in southwest Florida) and they're still…Continue
I have all these turnip greens from my garden, but they seem to tough to eat plain or in a salad. Does anyone have any experience eating them? Would it be better to put them in a smoothie or steam…Continue
Today is one of those occasional days when I really get down on myself. They don't happen as often as they used to, but I guess that they're still here.
I've been trying to work on my mental health lately, since I had neglected it for so long. But I find myself pulled in opposite directions--between the ambitious, driven side and the side that encourages relaxation, rest, no stress. I call the former the lazy side. And I don't think that I like it. At all.
This impromptu recipe is amazingly simple (duh.) and is absolutely SCRUMDILIUMPTIOUS. (Yes, I made up that word. If it is actually a word, it certainly is not spelled correctly.) It's sweet and creamy, but with a (very) subtle bite from the green onion. I hope that you enjoy it if you happen to try it out! (: