Looking back at what’s happened since I wrote about . . . Continue reading Take 2: Fish from the farmers’ market
Bottled water is one area of inefficiency that is well within my grasp to remedy. After a prompt in a … Continue reading Bottled water
While researching the idea of training drills, I wondered if some of the benefits would fix my eating and shopping … Continue reading Drilling food habits
It is essential – and evil. If it is not managed on a daily basis, it can overwhelm. Stealth is its weapon of choice. It’s presence is hidden and must be sought out. It is salt.
Growing up, I didn’t realise there were different types of salt.
I’d only heard of iodised. In my early 20s, I discovered, but did not understand, rock salt. Salt was not “of the earth” but a packaged item from the supermarket shelf to be poured into pieces of multi-coloured ceramic … Continue reading Salt
I found a rotting nectarine amoung the apples. It’s bad enough buying unripe fruit from the supermarket that never turns … Continue reading Guaranteeing the fruit supply
“I’m off to buy a worm farm”. The volume was unnecessary as I was alone in the room. The urgency … Continue reading Worms – the external kind