My eating habits

My diet is basically that of an eight-year-old’s lunchtime diet, and the approach I take to preparing my meals reflects this childlike lunchtime dynamic. I use the stove, but only for very simple things such as spaghetti or macaroni and cheese, and it’s a good day indeed that I don’t end up burning myself. Usually I stick to what one of my friends used to inexplicably call the “three C’s”: cereal, soup, and salad. Sometimes even those are a bit ambitious. This evening for dinner, for example, I ate nothing but a pound of green grapes, which were delightful, but after awhile grapes start to lose their meaning. I do like a little variety with my convenience, which is why I’m so excited to have discovered so-called “baby food,” which are complete, nutritious meals all fixed up for you in a nice little jar.

Just kidding, but my point is that simplicity in diet is very important, and I hate microwavable food. Therefore probably a good 50% of my diet is cereal, and the other 50% is the milk which mixes with the cereal. I think it’s extremely presumptuous when cereal bills itself as “part of a complete breakfast,” because that implies that I have the time and resources to consume an entire bran muffin and a glass of orange juice. How can cereal be “part of a complete breakfast” when it consists of an entire lunch and dinner? I’ll decided for myself what a complete breakfast is, Mr. Count Chocula, and if you think it’s anything other than straight cereal you’re out of your chocolatey mind.

10 thoughts on “My eating habits

  1. So, I was googling the definition of “bavari”, and your site came popped up in the search engine (haha, I don’t think google thinks that you’re a bavari though). I started reading some posts and they are very interesting and therefore I decided to leave a comment.

    -Miss Biasha

  2. baby food is great. Can’t deny that I’d buy it any day of the week if i could be eating it in public and still be socially accepted…

    😛

  3. “Hey, Red Hot Chili Peppers: shut the hell up about California and start recording some good up-tempo music again. Get back on heroine if you need to.”

    I agree

    PS I saw your post on Todd’s page and remembered about your site. Good to see your still active. Keep it up!

    Shoot me an email when you get a chance.

    -CD

  4. Yeah, I forgot about how cereal companies want you to eat all that fruit. Fruit companies are even worse. Dole’s campaign is that we should be eating five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Considering I don’t even eat more than three or four servings of FOOD a day, that sounds like a tall order. I guess we should all be wheeling around giant fruit carts wherever we go and just continuously the eat the hell out of it.

    Miss Biasha, what the hell is Bavari???

  5. i dont konw who are you .i am from iran
    just our family name is same and therefore I decided to leave a comment.

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