Category Archives: Food

Dietribe

Imagine zero carbohydrate meals… I couldn’t eat so easily; the seeds and nuts, the beans and berries – these appeal ahead of meat. My satisfaction feeds on salad, almost every afternoon. I don’t adore fried chicken, want a steak, but … Continue reading

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Vigor

I lately like my body so, I move around sometimes when I’ve no place to go. I stopped sweet treats and started to improve, and hungered less for starches than to know unvarnished facts. Before a year had passed I … Continue reading

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Science Sucker

I laughed at Dr. Atkins and I scoffed at Weston Price; I rolled my eyes when friends described their fasts. I held my facts aloft from theirs: with logic trained, dismissing trends, explaining the control of calories, I advocated breakfast; … Continue reading

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Well Shut My Mouth

As far back as I can remember, I haven’t wanted to eat breakfast in the morning. My lack of appetite drove Mom nuts. She and Dad kept telling me breakfast was the most important meal of the day, while she … Continue reading

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Remembering a Jewish Children’s Story

Young Abraham discovered God by thought. His father made stone idols, and that day a godless woman visited and bought an idol to replace one ripped away from her abode by robbers overnight. “But how can God be stolen?” wondered … Continue reading

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Spinach Frittata

Frittata day again – it’s time to grate the parmesan, to heat the olive oil and chop the onions, thaw or lacerate the spinach, beat the eggs, and bake and broil till the garnish cheese is crispy gold. I make … Continue reading

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Keto-Nights

I can’t remember ever wanting food when I get out of bed to start my day. My father said each breakfast should include both milk and protein. Mom tried every way to tempt me – cereal and breakfast shakes, jelly … Continue reading

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