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Apples, Carrots, Juice

Saturday, December 08, 2012

I think one of steps toward eating healthier is getting the correct kitchen tools to help you in preparing them to eat. I have been eating an apple every day this week and what has helped me with this is a $5 apple corer (it's a 2pc manual tool bought at a chain store) and my Rada brand tomato-slicing knife. It's serrated and really sharp, so it's easy to cut the apple into slices (like a donut with a hole in the center) and then slice those in two. Bam! Easy to eat pieces in like one minute. I take them to work with me and eat either in the morning or at 2pm when I'm having my big bad slump. The other tool I have been using is my Rada vegetable peeler. It's quick to fix up carrots and then I slice them in bite-size pieces. I have been eating carrot and celery slices dipped in ranch salad dressing with pretzels as a snack in the evenings. It's an easy snack to prepare and eat.
Also having a love affair with apple juice this week emoticon
Still having problems with exercise. still.
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  • v LINWASH23
    Good information. emoticon
    1354 days ago
    yum yum.. apples! i've had a love affair with apples lately, too. they're just sweet enough to cure my sweet tooth. strange, huh?
    1354 days ago
    A love affair with apple juice, while not ordinarily the stuff of romantic novels, makes me feel excited. So reliable, so trustworthy, so respectable--apple juice and apples are the stuff of a sturdy solid romance.

    Just be careful of too much fermentation, though. Robert Frost wrote a delightful poem about a cow who ate too many fermented apples and went a bit "pazzo". emoticon

    And why is there no regular apple emoticon? emoticon
    1354 days ago
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