Several people have suggested that I start a food blog, because I'm always posting these strange, healthy things I eat. Aside from some pregnancy-diet blogging, I didn't feel I had much else to say about what I ate; mainly because I ate the same things every day. And now, even with all these new recipes I've been using, they're someone else's recipes - so who am I to blog them as my own? I just chose to pin and post away instead in order to share these new meal ideas.
So what's changed? Well, not much, to be honest. But my newly acquired cooking and recipe-hunting has opened my eyes to all these new foods and ingredients that I had no idea of before, and in turn has inspired me to do a little of my own experimenting.
Keep in mind throughout my posting that I am NO chef. Just a new-B to the cooking world with a unique palate for raw, healthy foods. I always try to eat things in their most natural state; ie, nuts that haven't been roasted or salted, fruits that aren't soaked in syrup or sugar, and vegetables uncooked (for the most part). I trade any whites for wheats, and add things like flax seeds or wheat germ wherever I can. I try and keep the sugar intake low, and balance carbs with proteins.
Nothing too special or fancy.
However, as I become more and more comfortable in the kitchen and expand my experimental cooking horizon, I'll come to this blog from time to time to share my little "creations". If you chose to try any, I'd love the feedback. A few friends and family members have been inspired by my health-nut eating and I love hearing about what they ate and how they felt.
So, here goes nothing, food blog. Enjoy ;):)