Amidst this COVID-19 pandemic, we have amped up our arts and crafts creations. My second attempt at bread didn’t turn out much better than my first. It tastes great, but even with lots of extra time to rise, it fell flat.
Amidst this COVID-19 pandemic and recommendations for social distancing, social isolation, and quarantine, not to mention people hoarding many foods like bread, milk (which I don’t really get because they are perishable), and canned goods, it feels like the perfect time to get in touch with our grass roots.
Vegetarian, vegan, whole food plant based, keto, microbiom… there are a whole lot of food trend buzz words floating around right now. And even more conflicting “information”. It doesn’t help that the judgment from fundamentalists makes it disheartening for people to join any Facebook groups, just looking for guidance and inspiration.
I’ve been pondering changing my eating habits for a while, and for a myriad of reasons.
Cats be damned. Gus Gus eats my spring onions and makes himself sick, and nibbles on my pea shoots. Stitch eats my garlic. And has destroyed my spider plant. Not to mention my toddler topples everything over. It is a trial and error situation with my little indoor herb garden. My thumb is brown but someday it will be green-ish.
UPDATE: the next basil I started got dumped by the toddler. 3rd time’s a charm?
Ever want to wipe the slate clean and start over?
I inadvertently did that when I changed host companies. So here we are, back at the beginning.