One of the advantages of blogging about getting healthier is that it isn’t as easy to cheat when you’ve told the world what you are going to do.
I think that’s a good thing.
It also means that friends send me articles like this one from the Huffington Post talking about the 7 healthy foods that you should be eating but probably aren’t.
I actually eat some of them already. What about you?
I’ve never tried kale, but I tend to like greens so I should give it a try if it really is that good for you.
I actually just bought my very first tin of sardines after hearing Alton Brown talk about them on the Dr. Oz show. I haven’t been brave enough to try them yet.
The only time I’ve had pomegranate seeds was when I made this fun party drink for my non-drinking friends. It was a big hit. My recollection was that the seeds were only available for a few months of the year, and they were expensive. They did taste good though.
I haven’t tried the actual fruit. Not sure I will.
I love oatmeal. I eat it for breakfast, lunch or a slightly sweet evening snack. I’ve also made an oatmeal dessert and oatmeal pancakes. I even add dry oatmeal to my yogurt.
Pronounced keen-wa, I’ve only had it when eating at Crazy Bowls & Wraps. Similar to couscous in consistancy, I’ve found that it isn’t solid or moist enough to help hold together a wrap. But, it’s great in the multi-grain salad that they now offer (ask for it as it’s not on the menu). I hope they don’t drop this salad because it’s a favorite fast meal for me.
Maybe I’ll even buy it at the grocery and try cooking it one of these days.
I just don’t think I can do drinkable yogurt. You?
I don’t love lentils, but I don’t dislike them either. I did make a red lentil soup that was pretty tasty. I should eat these more. They are cheap and healthy.