Cooking At Home
The new thing that has been a very big change is that 99%* of meals (and snacks) are made at home. Now that I’m working from home 100%* of the time, and have extra time to spare, I have time to make my own oat milk (I’m lactose intolerant), saltines (sometimes you just want to snack), soups, salads, and a variety of meat and non-meat main courses (because it can get boring cooking the same thing). They say “necessity is the mother of invention” and although I don’t invent the recipes, which I find on the internet or youtube, for the most part, I am proud of myself for rising to the challenge of eating well on food that I produce myself.
My experiment to grow food from food scraps is mixed. The leeks are coming along, and it remains to be seen if the avocado seed will sprout. It’s a one day a time kind of adventure.
* This morning, I seem to like %