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1 minute ago, sarakingdom said:

So I have a giant salad of spinach, cucumber, grape tomatoes, baby carrots, snap peas, Greek olives, almonds, parmesan cheese, and hummus. 

 

That sounds... so very delicious. I am jealous and also hungry.

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2 minutes ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

That sounds... so very delicious. I am jealous and also hungry.

 

You don't really need a kitchen for that, you know. :) Maybe a thermal chest. No need to refrigerate vinaigrette or almonds, and bagged veggies go quick if you eat big salads. Also, fruit doesn't need a fridge. Apples and peanut butter. Oranges. Bananas. Gosh, I wish I had a barrel of fruit. I wish to eat a ton of plants tonight.

 

I'm watching Sokka drink cactus juice, and I wish I had some. It is apparently the quenchiest.

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1 minute ago, sarakingdom said:

You don't really need a kitchen for that, you know. :) Maybe a thermal chest. No need to refrigerate vinaigrette or almonds, and bagged veggies go quick if you eat big salads. Also, fruit doesn't need a fridge. Apples and peanut butter. Oranges. Bananas. Gosh, I wish I had a barrel of fruit. I wish to eat a ton of plants tonight.

 

 

My fridge actually safely escaped the kitchen (details here), which means I can still get some perishable food, I just can't cook it. I had a cheese-and-meats tray for dinner tonight, that was very nice. :) 

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52 minutes ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

My fridge actually safely escaped the kitchen (details here), which means I can still get some perishable food, I just can't cook it. I had a cheese-and-meats tray for dinner tonight, that was very nice. :) 

 

Ah! Commiserations on the deluge. Then yes, fill that sucker with salad and cheese and fruit and deli meat. It's an excellent time of year for that. In fact, it's the best time of year for that. :D

 

I'm about to have a lot of chicken stock. I never use this stuff up when I make it, I need to do something with it this time. Maybe I'll make a chowder and pretend I'm at the beach. That's the extent of my summer travel this year.

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I have done really good work today. Problems were solved. I deserve more popsicles.

 

ETA: More fudgesicles have been ordered; they are the superior popsicle. (Also, sugar free, which fits my macros.) After the discussion with Scaly, I'm steering slightly away from low carb this week, in order to have a metric fuckton of fruit, and also some chickpeas. I'm craving plant nutrients, both because it's summer, and because I'm just feeling a little extra-greedy for vitamins and minerals lately. Because of the chickpeas, I can't even really call it Paleo, but it's a minor exception.

 

I made chicken stock with some bones and saved vegetable ends from the freezer, which should make room for another box of popsicles and provide a ton of healthy nutrients. I've decided to make Italian kale and sausage stew with it, hence the chickpeas. It's been reducing down while I do chores. The rest of the ingredients will arrive tonight with the popsicles. Now I have to do more jobs till then.

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52 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

I made chicken stock with some bones and saved vegetable ends from the freezer, which should make room for another box of popsicles and provide a ton of healthy nutrients. I've decided to make Italian kale and sausage stew with it, hence the chickpeas. It's been reducing down while I do chores. The rest of the ingredients will arrive tonight with the popsicles. Now I have to do more jobs till then.

 

Ooo, homemade broth sounds really good. I make mine with pork and beef bones, and lots of garlic and bay leaves. Then I scoop it into mugs, heat it up, and drink it as a snack.  I also highly recommend adding it to the water when boiling rice.

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53 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

Because of the chickpeas, I can't even really call it Paleo, but it's a minor exception.

 

The only reason Thog didn't eat chickpeas was because they hadn't discovered how to make hummus yet.

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3 hours ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

The only reason Thog didn't eat chickpeas was because they hadn't discovered how to make hummus yet.

 

Likely true, though, to be fair, Thog probably did not have the reaction I do to carbs. But I don't care, they're temporarily included. (Also, I will be making Mediterranean chickpea flatbread, which is the best, especially served in summer with a glass of rose.)

 

I don't think it'll go badly, but it may not go optimally. Don't care. Plants go in my mouth.

 

3 hours ago, Scaly Freak said:

 

Ooo, homemade broth sounds really good. I make mine with pork and beef bones, and lots of garlic and bay leaves. Then I scoop it into mugs, heat it up, and drink it as a snack.  I also highly recommend adding it to the water when boiling rice.

 

Rice is definitely a sometimes food; I tend to eat it only when eating out.

 

I make my stock with whatever bones I have on hand, plus I save onion skins and carrot/pepper/etc trimmings. If I'd put it in soup, I freeze the offcuts, and add it to the stock pot. (And I recently learned some people add their washed egg shells for calcium. That seems weirder to me, but what the hell, throw it in the pot.) It's totally an exercise in squeezing nutrition out of stuff. It rarely goes badly wrong.

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23 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

I make my stock with whatever bones I have on hand, plus I save onion skins and carrot/pepper/etc trimmings. If I'd put it in soup, I freeze the offcuts, and add it to the stock pot. (And I recently learned some people add their washed egg shells for calcium. That seems weirder to me, but what the hell, throw it in the pot.) It's totally an exercise in squeezing nutrition out of stuff. It rarely goes badly wrong.

 

I do this too... carrot peel, onion pieces, celery stalks, et cetera. And bay leaves, of course, because I love them. I also like to put a few tablespoons of apple cider vinegar into the pressure cooker before starting it. I have read online that this bring out nutrients, but as far as I can tell, it merely makes the broth taste better. :) 

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My popsicles are running late, but that's okay. I have a giant salad, jerk chicken, and an inner glow of satisfaction. I just have to remember to set a popsicle alarm for tomorrow morning.

 

I have ordered more clothes, because a lot of my leggings are reaching end of life all at once, plus I don't seem to have enough tunics for every day. Also, because it is lockdown and summer and also I have good habits encourage, I'm fulfilling a longstanding wish, and getting fresh pajamas for every day. It's a little indulgent, but it's not like I'm dressing up and going out, I just want clean summer pajamas every night. I will label my clothes with their day off the week, or something.

 

It is also Avatar time. And I'm pondering narrative directions for this story. I think I need something that reflects lockdown a bit more, though it may not make sense with actual Avatar canon much. Still, the good thing about Avatar is that Korra comes next and demonstrates that canon doesn't end neatly, so I'll just pick something. I think there will be boats.

 

Pop quiz: is aikido closer to waterbending or Kyoshi warrioring? (Being a bender night be fun, especially when I need to learn to be like water, but I'm pretty sure the Kyoshi warriors are literally based on aikido.)

 

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14 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

Being a bender night be fun, especially when I need to learn to be like water

 

Bruce Lee was a water bender?

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Oooookay, I'm gonna have to rethink introducing beans back in. Not the first time regular bean consumption over a few days has resulted in projectile vomiting, but I didn't realize it was, like, more than one sort that did that.

 

(I had a good night's sleep, and I'm eating popsicles to recover.)

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59 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

Oooookay, I'm gonna have to rethink introducing beans back in. Not the first time regular bean consumption over a few days has resulted in projectile vomiting, but I didn't realize it was, like, more than one sort that did that.

 

(I had a good night's sleep, and I'm eating popsicles to recover.

That might’ve been overkill to justify your current popsicle obsession. (Seriously- that sounds awful- allergy, or something else?)

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44 minutes ago, ChrisWithaStick said:

That might’ve been overkill to justify your current popsicle obsession. (Seriously- that sounds awful- allergy, or something else?)

 

No idea. I know I can go out and eat a meal and it's fine. But this is not the first time I've made some kind of stew with beans and eaten it over a few days, and had this happen. I always thought it was something about curried lentils, but maybe not.

 

34 minutes ago, Tanktimus the Encourager said:

Wow, if I had money on digestive distress caused by beans said money would not be on vomiting.

 

Yeah, it's totally like acute food poisoning, or something. Temp spikes to about 100, sweat pouring off me, vomiting, temp comes back down within an hour. Bizarre.

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2 hours ago, sarakingdom said:

Yeah, it's totally like acute food poisoning, or something. Temp spikes to about 100, sweat pouring off me, vomiting, temp comes back down within an hour. Bizarre.

 

That sounds awful. I hope you're feeling better by now!

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I was going to post something like, "I have no idea why I'm so worn out lately, I have no energy for anything", and then I realized I'm averaging four hours of sleep a day, not always at night. That could easily be why. (It's not my fault! I lie awake for hours.)

 

So yeah, many things to do, no energy to do them.

 

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Hugs. The insomnia sucks. So does the "NOPE" reaction to beans.

 

On the other hand, popsicles sound lovely. Like ice cream, but less fat. I may try making sorbet next weekend, since I don't have popsicle molds.

 

Yay for getting new clothes!

 

In other news, Elf has a TV and offered to watch Avatar with me. I'm looking forward to that.

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1 hour ago, Mistr said:

In other news, Elf has a TV and offered to watch Avatar with me. I'm looking forward to that.

 

Excellent. You will enjoy it. It's a slow start, but rapidly becomes pretty great, and then gets better and better.

 

Nothing fancy about the new clothes, but it's the little pleasures these days, isn't it? Hopefully the beans won't be too prohibitive; I got chickpea flour to make Italian flatbread, which is super good.

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I'm making bread. It doesn't fit my macros, but most of this week doesn't, and I wanted to get those flours out of the cupboard.

 

Taxes are done.

 

I've ordered a mini trampoline for exercise at home, to replace the walking I usually do. I'm just plain not getting enough movement hours, even with workouts. So this will be space efficient, and let me get some gentle movement in my day.

 

I have a ton of cleaning to do. It got on top of me this week. Too tired for things.

 

I'm gonna make a schedule with more naps for a few days.

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Bread verdict: pretty darned great, despite having no rice flour. I have another loaf's worth. Which is good, cuz I might finish this one today.

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2 hours ago, Mistr said:

In other news, Elf has a TV and offered to watch Avatar with me. I'm looking forward to that.

 

59 minutes ago, sarakingdom said:

Excellent. You will enjoy it. It's a slow start, but rapidly becomes pretty great, and then gets better and better.

 

Recently I have been being watching a YouTube channel on how to write good dialogue and character development, and it has been making so many references to Avatar as an example of how to do it very well, that I may have to watch the show just for that. :) 

 

@Mistr, please let me know what you think of the show?

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I have been without popsicles since the weekend. I have just hit withdrawal. There is literally nothing else I want to eat.

 

I might make some sauerkraut and pickles this week. Fermented foods are tasty, and supposedly good against covid. I needed some vegetable ideas.

 

But first I need to conquer Mount House Chores.

 

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I suggest beets to go along with the sauerkraut.

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