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I am free once more to pick stuff up, push stuff around, go back to work and fuck. Hooray!

Walked around some Hallowe'en stores this afternoon. I'm whupped. I'm going to take cupcakes to work w/me. I got some seasonal cupcake cups, an assortment of sprinkles & google-eyed toothpicks. I'm going to get some yellow or white cake mix & color it orange, and some devil's food cake mix & make orange & dark chocolate marbled cupcakes :) I frikkin' love Cupcake Wars - it inspires me. The Food Network inspires me, period. I finally made a successful roux last week for home-made clam chowder. The only problem was the portion - I made too much soup & not enough roux, so it only thickened to a certain point. I like my clam chowder super-thick. Night before last, I made another blonde roux for gravy to go w/baked chicken & mashed potatoes. I had the opposite problem - too much roux, not enough stock, so it was sort of a chicken-flavored pudding. Not very appealing, but I mixed it into my mashed potatoes & ate it anyway. It had good flavor. If I had managed to add enough liquid to thin it out, I think I would have ended up w/about a gallon of gravy.

That is all. Other than the fact that I don't really want to go back to work next week :(
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Just in case:

My super-simple Citrus Pepper Rice

2 cups uncooked Rice, whatever kind you use - white, brown, jasmine, Texmani. I like sticky rice, so I don't rinse it much before cooking, just enough to check for rocks & bugs. If you like fluffier rice, rinse it, soak it, rinse it, drain it thoroughly.

Half & half chicken broth & water to cook said rice according to its individual cooking needs, w/a little salt.

2 decent-sized green bell peppers (aka capsicums), diced

1 decent-sized red bell pepper, diced

Shredded carrots, about 1 cup or so, more if you're making more rice

1/2 tsp. fresh grated ginger or powdered ginger to taste preferences - I like my rice a little zingy.

1/4 tsp. powdered nutmeg (or 1/8 tsp. fresh grated nutmeg)

Juice of 1/4 medium lemon & 1/2 medium orange

Finely chopped green pepper, about 2 - 3 stalks

I use a rice cooker, so my broth/water, salt, grated carrots & rice all go in the pot at the same time. If you're doing it on the stove top, I think you have to boil the broth/water & then add the rice, so I'd put the carrots in the broth/water & bring to a boil. Shredded carrots don't get mushy/overcooked easily.

When about half of the liquid has been absorbed by the rice, add the diced peppers. You can sauté the peppers first in a little oil if desired.

When most of the liquid has been absorbed by the rice, add the lemon & orange juice, ginger, nutmeg & green onions. Taste & see if you need more ginger.

Let the rice sit off-heat or 'rest' for 5 - 30 min, depending on individual texture preferences.

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I have some coffee sponge cake from the Asian bakery. I have Bailey's Caramel Irish Cream. I have caramel ice cream topping. I put them all together.

Oh yeah, baby. Life is good.
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Sometimes I wonder how I could possibly be fat. Every time I sit down w/a plate of food, half of it goes to Rob, and now a fourth of it goes to the dog. I used to avoid sharing food with Rob on occasion by eating things he didn't like (crab legs, artichokes, chorizo, octopus/squid, oatmeal...), but that list is getting shorter & shorter. He even eats some sushi now, and seafood. The dog will eat anything (except Cheetohs and bread), so it doesn't work with her. I am getting to reclaim some of my veggies because most of the green stuff makes Chelsie puke, but she still gets things like corn on the cob, carrots, squash and yams. It would seem easy to just not feed the dog table scraps, but we're a pack, we don't 'own' the dog. She eats what and when we eat, and she is healthy and happy. She's got no food aggression and she knows the schedule, so it works well for everyone.

Except me, the constantly underfed and hungry :P The only time I get a full meal is for lunch at work. This past week, being home... I'm looking forward to going to work tomorrow so I can get a decent meal for a change.
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We're having a potluck tomorrow for a coworker's birthday. It's a nacho bar and I got elected for dessert. Noemi just said, "Chocolate".

Keeping in the slightly Mexican theme, I'm making a Chocolate Tres Leche cake. I'm not a fan of Tres Leche myself - wet cake, ew. I'm also, surprisingly, not a big chocolate monster, either, so I probably won't even eat any of the cake. I had to taste the batter & the tres leche sauce, of course, and it tasted good, but... This thing looks like... I can't even describe it in food-like terms.

And my kitchen is a fucking mess. I bought a canister of cocoa powder & it had a peel-off lid. When I opened it cocoa powder went everywhere. I looked like one of those old-fashioned & oh-so-politically-incorrect blackface minstrels. Cleaning up cocoa powder is kind of like cleaning up fingerprinting powder or powder toner. You can't get it wet or it just smears around. And naturally, because I'm not the world's neatest cook, my floor and countertops were wet. Yay.

I have no idea how I'm going to get it to work tomorrow. It's going to be an adventure, of this I'm sure. I'll probably have to put it back in the cake pan or something.

I've lost a roll of tinfoil somewhere. I probably had carried it into my room or maybe stuck it in the linen closet or something. Don't ask me why I might have been carrying a roll of tinfoil with me last night while I was doing laundry... I've found stranger things in stranger places, like a bottle of shampoo in the freezer. I've also put my glasses in the cabinets above my washer & dryer. Between alcohol & anaesthesia, my short-term memory is fucked.

Ah well, back to spooning chocolate sauce over a spongy soggy cake.
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Breaded oven-baked tilapia fillets, shrimp & bell pepper skewers & lima beans. Nom! The tilapia came out fantastic - it was tender and moist, but not wet & it held up to cooking really well. I remembered why I don't cook skewer food much - it's labor-intensive.
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It doesn't seem so weird since it's a major name brand, at least in the world of curiously strong breath mints, but Altoids chocolate-coated ginger mints were weird. Very weird. I bought them, ate one or two from the box - and threw the rest away. It was a hard, chalky ginger-flavored mint coated in dark chocolate.

No, don't see myself trying those things again.


Mar. 28th, 2009 10:14 pm
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If you happen to have a Fresh n' Easy nearby, pick up some of their blackberry-rum sorbet. It's a tad expensive compared to the rest of their prices... but OMG it is totally worth it! Especially if you sprinkle some fresh raspberries on it.

I'm in sorbet heaven right now :D
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Saw this on 101 Cookbooks Jamaican Veggie Patties. These sound so good, especially if I took the corn out of the mix (not a big corn fan).

I think if anything could ever tempt me into vegetarianism again, this book might be it: Vegan Soul Kitchen by Bryant Terry.

I actually tried going vegetarian for about a year. I've also tried the Atkins diet before. I've found that I am at my most healthy, at least digestive-wise, when I eat a balanced diet. Anyone who has ever dined at my house knows I serve meat, a starch & a vegetable or two for dinner. When Rob got diagnosed w/the diabetes, we just cut the starch out & added an extra veggie. Contrary to popular belief it's not all red meat in my kitchen. Granted, we do eat a lot of beef, especially lately, because chicken has been goddamned expensive. I think dark meat is disgusting, so we only eat the breasts... and wings, but I've got to lay off the buffalo wings because of the sodium. Any poultry right now is expensive - even turkey. Right now in my freezer I've got some flank steak, some lamb shoulders, a coupla pork chops & some chicken breast (it was on sale at Fresh n' Easy & I had to fight someone for that last package...). There'd be some seafood up in there too, but we ate the last of the shrimp & salmon last week. It says a lot when crab legs, shrimp & salmon in a land-locked state are cheaper by the pound than chicken. Of course, it means we get to eat more seafood :P

Anyway, because this book got me thinking... my year of being a vegetarian, non-ovo, non-lacto, non-pesci vegetarian was extremely painful. Giving up dairy & eggs is not a big sacrifice for me because I'm easily grossed out by the thought of eating chicken miscarriages & something that comes out of an udder (yes, as a matter of fact I was bottle-fed). While I was on my vegetarian kick, which was mainly to try & bring down my blood pressure w/out medication - I didn't lose weight & my b.p. didn't come down. What happened was a year of diarrhea, gas & bloating (not to mention constantly feeling like I was starving). My ulcer flared back up. My hair started falling out, my nails splintered. No one could stand to be near me for long because of the gas, and I could barely stand to be around myself. Beano did not help, probiotics didn't help, acidophilus didn't help, bromelain & papain didn't help. All the vegetarians I talked to told me various lines of bullshit like, "Oh, once you're cleansed of all the toxins, that will stop" and "you have to retrain your body to accept real nutrition". Yeah... with a year of diarrhea I was lucky I had an intestine, let alone anything toxic left in my system. After being told I was anemic & malnourished, I added protein back into my diet... within a week or two - no more stomach problems. Some people just can't take a 100% fiber diet.

When it came out, I tried the Atkins thing. No carbs, whatsoever. Just meats & fats. For one, it was hideously boring and ridiculously expensive. Meat, meat, meat. For two, my cholesterol levels soared beyond belief. And the pain was unbearable. I can't even describe the pain. It felt like a flaming ulcer had enveloped my entire stomach. Once again lines of bullshit, these from the Atkins groupies, I was told that once I was cured of my addiction to carbs my stomach would stop hurting. I think the first time I went 6 weeks... the second time couldn't even make it to 3 weeks. Yes, I lost weight but it was mainly because I was in too much pain to eat. And constantly hungry. Like starving, slavering, willing to kill for half a fucking french fry.

Tonight for dinner, I made some chicken breasts, mashed potatoes & peas. All low-sodium. Marinated the chicken breasts in a crushed red pepper vinaigrette & they were so moist & tender. Mashed the yellow potatoes with a little unsalted butter & sour cream for the tartness, peas is peas. That baking chicken smelled sooooo good. It was nommy. Tomorrow I get to take a mixed rocket salad to work w/leftover chicken breast & a cilantro Caesar dressing. I am definitely one to promote the omnivoran lifestyle. Eat a variety of foods, eat well, eat often, make it a joy to sit down at your own table.
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I had a startling epiphany the other day.

Cool Whip is not real food.

I actually read the instructions on the side of the tub, mainly because I was looking for a 'use before' date on it. You can thaw it, use some & refreeze whatever's left, then thaw it again & eat it after it's been refrozen & rethawed.

There is no food on the face of the planet that is safe to do that to!

(In case you were wondering why I even have Cool Whip in the house, I made a strawberry whipped-cream cake for our potluck last week & unfortunately real whipped cream doesn't hold up well for transportation & being shoved through a metal detector).

(Want the recipe? You know you do, because it was delish.

I took a pint of strawberries, cored them & chopped them up into chunks. I then tossed them in some sugar & poured about a shot of whiskey in there & mashed them. I let them marinate overnight, with all the juice getting thick & syrupy. I got some French vanilla cake mix & just did it up according to the package directions & made cupcakes. I folded the strawberry mixture into a tub of thawed Cool Whip & topped the cooled cupcakes w/the strawberry Cool Whip. I then topped that with the other pint of strawberries, cored & cut in half. Then I dabbed just a smidge of plain Cool Whip on top of the strawberries.

Ooh yeah, that's the good stuff!

Of course, after I poured the whiskey on the berries, I realized that I had some Jose Cuervo Strawberry Margerita mix - the kind with the booze in it - in the fridge the whole time. D'oh!)
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I picked up some rather inexpensive swordfish steaks tonight at Smith's - $4.99 a lb & I got two nice thick steaks. I broiled them w/salt, pepper & a little Balsamic & Olive Oil salad dressing (from Trader Joe's - it has a smoky black-pepper flavor, savory but not too vinegary)... I get nervous about thick slabs of fish because Rob is just learning to enjoy sushi & sashimi, and a wide strip of raw fish in the center of a filet would turn him off of it in a heartbeat.

I don't like to toot my own horn, but that fish was the absolute most fantastic thing I've ever cooked in my entire life. I have never had swordfish that good in a restaurant or cooked by any other person. It was done all the way through, but still tender and juicy, and the thin strip of skin on the outside of the filet was crispy, and the flavoring was amazing. Every bite made me want to just burst into tears because it all came out so good and I was lucky enough to get to eat it.
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1996 McDonald's Hamburger

I read this article, can't even remember where I got the link from. I think it's freaking hilarious myself.

Yeah, I eat at McDonald's on occasion. It's cheap & so fast. I love the quote 'it has the oddest smell'.
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I like okapis. They're making a comeback.

I'm sitting here reading AIM news, & they have this nifty feature about old cookbooks & the horrible, horrible recipes that lurk inside them.

Liver Mousse in Port Aspic is particularly gruesome, but AIM's blurb is priceless:

Liver Mousse in Port Aspic
From Time to Entertain (1954)

Recipe highlight: "Skin the liverwurst and beat it with the butter...fold in the whipped cream." Do not pass Go. It is not "Time to Entertain." It's time to sit very solemnly and contemplate what's gone so wrong in your life that you've decided that feeding your loved ones liver and jelly in whipped cream is an okay thing to do.

I pretty much have to agree. I'm not a huge fan of Jell-O or gelatin desserts, but meat-flavored gelatin is even nastier. I will never eat a canned ham because of the jelly factor.

Their comment for the Gold Medal Flour Cook Book from 1917:

"We get that wartime cuisine is all about maximizing the use of inexpensive foods, but after reading this, we can happily go the rest of our lives without seeing another recipe that includes the phrase, "Boil head."

I fucking died.
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The rules of the meme:

1) bold those you have tried
2) strikethrough those you wouldn't eat on a bet.
2a) Italicize any item you'll never eat again.
2b) Asterisk any items you'd be interested in trying but have not yet.

1. Venison
2. Nettle tea
3. Huevos rancheros
4. Steak tartare
5. Crocodile
7. Cheese fondue
8. Carp

9. Borscht
10. Baba ghanoush
11. Calamari
12. Pho - I don't even know what this is. Sounds Vietnamese. Had to look it up. I have had it, but I didn't know it was called 'Pho'...
13. PB&J sandwich - Ah, the grade school equivalent of an MRE

14. Aloo gobi* - I've never even heard of this!... I'd probably try it even tho it sounds like a bad gas attack waiting to happen - potato & cauliflower curry...
15. Hot dog from a street cart
16. Epoisses - Another mystery food - to me at least. Mmm, smelly cheese.
17. Black truffle Had it, but I don't understand what the big deal is
18. Fruit wine
19. Steamed pork buns
20. Pistachio ice cream
21. Heirloom tomatoes
22. Fresh wild berries - Of course, now that I know about the fuchsbandwurm, and the fact it can be carried by coyotes, may deter me in the future
23. Foie gras - This beats truffles in my book any day
24. Rice and beans

25. Brawn, or head cheese
26. Raw Scotch Bonnet pepper
27. Dulce de leche
28. Oysters - Ugh. They're like snotballs. Fried oysters are like fried snotballs
29. Baklava

30. Bagna cauda* - I didn't know what this was til today, but I would definitely try it. It sounds delicious!
31. Wasabi peas - Give me wasabi, give me peas... Dried up peas flavored w/wasabi... er, no thanks
32. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl - MMmmm... That's good soup
33. Salted lassi
34. Sauerkraut
35. Root beer float - just shared one w/Rob a coupla hours ago
36. Cognac with a fat cigar
37. Clotted cream tea - I put milk in my coffee, but my tea is always black
38. Vodka Jell-O Shooters
39. Gumbo
40. Oxtail
41. Curried goat
42. Whole insects - Yes, I was a child once with an inquisitive palate. Ants aren't bad.
43. Phaal
44. Goat’s milk - Fresh from the goat!
45. Malt whisky from a bottle worth £60/$120 or more (that's about $100 - $216 American at the moment)

46. Fugu* - Yes, yes I would
47. Chicken tikka masala
48. Eel
49. Krispy Kreme original glazed doughnuts - OMG these are fucking disgusting
50. Sea urchin
51. Prickly pear
52. Umeboshi
53. Abalone

54. Paneer - Is it a bread? No, apparently it's another smelly cheese
55. McDonald’s Big Mac Meal
56. Spaetzle
57. Dirty gin martini
58. Beer above 8%

59. Poutine - Isn't that Italian for whore? (No, it's a Canadian puke fest!)
60. Carob chips
61. S’mores*
62. Sweetbreads
63. Kaolin - Yes, I've tried clay. Honestly, if you crave this, go see a doctor. You have a nutritional disorder called pika. Seriously, get checked out. I don't care if you're pregnant, it's no excuse to have clay on your menu.

64. Currywurst* - Sounds intriguing... and spicy
65. Durian - Gods, I can't get past the sheer stink of it!
66. Frogs’ legs
67. Beignets, churros, elephant ears or funnel cake - OMG, want a funnel cake from the Puyallup Fair sooooo bad. Want! Now!
68. Haggis
69. Fried plantain
70. Chitterlings, or andouillette - It's spelled 'chitlins', honey.
71. Gazpacho
72. Caviar and blini - I don't know if it counts or not... I've had caviar and I've had blini, but not together.
73. Louche absinthe

74. Gjetost, or brunost - More mystery food.. ah, more smelly cheese. Why are all the cheeses on this list smelly?
75. Roadkill - Don't ask. I was hungry... It was not a good time for me mealwise.
76. Baijiu* - Now that I know what it is, I would most definitely try baijiu!
77. Hostess Fruit Pie - Go, Bobby Hill!
78. Snail - You mean escargot, right?
79. Lapsang souchong
80. Bellini

81. Tom yum
82. Eggs Benedict - Not a big egg fan. Poach 'em & pour some kind of white sauce on 'em & they remind me of oysters... Big runny snotballs
83. Pocky
84. Tasting menu at a three-Michelin-star restaurant
85. Kobe beef
86. Hare
87. Goulash
88. Flowers
89. Horse
90. Criollo chocolate
91. Spam
92. Soft shell crab
93. Rose harissa
94. Catfish
95. Mole poblano
96. Bagel and lox
97. Lobster Thermidor
98. Polenta - I prefer grits
99. Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee
100. Snake
- Deep-fried rattlesnake to be exact
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On average, Rob and I aren't heavy consumers. We drive used cars, I buy used books, I have reusable storage containers as opposed to plastic wrap and tinfoil and freezer baggies, I'm not a clotheshorse or shoe collector. I did go out and buy a new computer for myself about 4 years ago, and a new computer for Rob earlier this year, but that's after about 10 years of us having salvaged computers that were mosh-pits of scavenged parts. We still have all that crap laying around the house, too, in case we decide to build some sort of Frankensteinian creation to play DOS games on or something. We don't recycle, which we should, because bums come through the neighborhood and scatter people's trash looking for recyclables. I wouldn't care if they were respectful, but they knock people's trash cans over & strew stuff out in the street to get to cans and bottles. I just don't want to encourage them. Most of our furniture is used, coming from either Rob's mom & dad or from the sidewalk. The newest piece of major furniture we have is that big screen t.v., which the in-laws bought for us as a gift. We would never have bought it for ourselves, but what am I supposed to do? Refuse it & piss them off? I'm not militant about trying to use old stuff until it finally wears out or breaks, but I don't see why I should have to get a new car every 3 years or why I absolutely positively have to keep up with the Joneses. When we were robbed we didn't really lose that much because, well, we don't have anything a robber would really want. We have a lot of junk, but none of it is bright, shiny new junk. We do consume food. I mean, you gotta eat. Since Rob has been diagnosed w/diabetes, I've been cooking at home more, so shopping for food and preparing food and eating food has suddenly become an integral part of my life. Before his diagnosis, I was trying to change my eating habits (which I did successfully, originally with the goal of losing weight but now that's been thrown out due to my day job) simply by eating less more often. Living in the wonderful land-locked state of Nevada, fourth highest gas prices in the nation, means that in general I'm going to be paying more for all products, including groceries. Groceries are fucking expensive here. Especially fresh fruits and vegetables. A pound of fresh cherries runs about $4.99 a pound. (The stores conveniently package them in 2-lb bags). Tomatoes are $3.99 a pound. There are a few things I buy frozen - peas, green beans, brussels sprouts, mainly because Rob likes green beans but I'm not a huge fan & I eat more of the peas & brussel sprouts, so I can make one serving from a bag of frozen veggies & it's better than having fresh veggies growing mold or trying to make like, half a can of peas. (Since I started this, we entered into a heated lively debate about who was more personally responsible for their slow constant development into 'whack-job', Michael Jackson or Tom Cruise, which led into a conversation about why I cannot accept or be tolerant of Scientologists, and then Karl had to bring up Dead Zombie Jesus, so my whole train of thought was derailed.)
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I need to get some quick-lighting charcoal unless I want to re-enact Eddie Murphy's barbecue skit. I'm having fun, though. Tonight it's sausage & pineapple skewers. My morning glories have sprouted and that's about it in my world.
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I cooked food over an open flame last night, whee! The great challenge was in getting the charcoal to light & stay lit. Kingsford Charcoal is not so great.

I'm thinking of starting a second journal this summer - one herb or one Tarot card per day. Or maybe one herb and one card per day.

My insomnia is in full swing - not sleepy, waking up, not dreaming. At least if I only get three hours of sleep a night I don't wake up in the middle. I'm screwed if I get 5 hours though because I'll wake up at least twice. No paranoid delusions this time around at least. I feel all muzzy & my stomach's upset today. Blagh.

Josh called me last night. I'm so changing my phone number when I quit the Excalibur.
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Rented I Am Legend tonight. It was okay, and that's about all I can say. It was not a substantial movie - I honestly wanted more meat, more movie-protein goodness. I was so enthralled by the first preview I saw for it and what it delivered was a combination of The Stand, Resident Evil and 28 Days. And sadly, a smidge of Ol' Yeller, too. I dun want to be a spoiler beyond what I've just said. I was just plain disappointed. Adultswim had a commercial for the ATHF movie a few minutes ago & the announcer asked, "When was the last time you would jump through your own ass to see a movie?" I thought for a moment & realized that was how I felt when I saw the trailer for the Transformers movie. I would have jumped through my own ass to see that movie. I think I would probably jump through my own ass to see 10,000 B.C., too.

Speaking of my ass, my butt cheek has been itching all freaking day. I don't know why - there is no logical reason for my ass-itch. I finally took some of my own advice and slathered my ass in sweet almond oil. It worked - for awhile. It's starting to itch again. But my ass smells like almonds.

We got some blackberries from Vons. I was not expecting much from Mexican blackberries, honestly. They had no smell. Grocery stores make a big mistake when they refrigerate fruit - fruit smells like nothing when it's cold. I am picky when I buy berries - I open the little plastic cartons and turn the berries over and check for mold and sniff them. I once had a produce person stand over my shoulder for a good 15 minutes while I was shopping for strawberries. He finally asked me, not what was I doing, or why was I doing it, but if I washed my hands before I went shopping. But anyway, the blackberries are absolutely the bomb. They taste sooooo good. There is probably something horribly wrong with the blackberries because blackberries from Mexico in March should not taste like blackberries from the vine in September from Washington. They do lack a scent of any kind, which bothers me.
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I am so full of sea creaturey goodness right now it's not even funny. Or fun. Shrimp sauteed w/peppers & King crab legs. Made a salad, too, but all I did was eat the croutons - which I dipped in the melted butter for my crab. Zomg. I can't move under my own power - I'm waiting for high tide to come along & wash me to my bed.
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Rob's new diet has us adventuring in dangerous territory. Ugh. I'm not an artificial sweetener afficiando as it is... everyone keeps telling me, "Oh, you learn to love the taste!" Sorry, no, it's still leaving that metallic bitter weird-tongue-feeling aftertaste even after all these years. I tried stevia & that stuff was just bizarre. My coffee was not sweet when I drank it - it just tasted like coffee. Until I was done drinking it - that's when the bitter metallic aftertaste hit, with just a smidge of sweetness. We got sugar-free Jell-O & Jell-O pudding - both flavored w/aspartame (Equal or NutraSweet). The Jell-O? Not so great. It had that flavor. The pudding wasn't as bad. In fact, it was almost edible. I think the difference lies in the fact that pudding is made w/cold milk while the Jell-O has to be dissolved in hot water. Now, the Dannon Light & Fit Carb & Sugar Control strawberry yogurt is not all that bad. It's flavored with sucralose (Splenda). It's got a tanginess to it, it's not overly sweet, and only has a smidge of weird metallic aftertaste. And it didn't make my coffee taste funny after eating the yogurt.

I am still not wholly trusting of artificial sweeteners. I mean, sucralose was discovered in the process of making an pesticide & saccharin is a coal tar derivative.

I have been dreaming about those microwaveable cakes... and working at the DA's office. Which is bad, because it means I'm getting my hopes up. I also realized it's been 2 years since I've picked up any tarot cards.

Ah well, not much to say. School starts tomorrow.


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