I have the brain of a cocaine addict? (or the brain of a rat?!) ??
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
I just read these two articles... I've always known that I can't eat "just one" Oreo, or two, or however many a serving size includes. When I read SparkPeople articles that refer to repackaging favorite foods, like putting each serving of cookie into its own zippy bag, so that one only eats what is in that bag, instead of trying to eat "just one" out of the entire opened bag of cookies (or ice cream, or cake or brownies or potato chips or crisps, or whatever is addictive to you.), I just laugh and laugh because some of those ideas are out of touch with (my) reality... and that is, I can't have any bag of Oreos in my house what.so.ever, because I will hunt down and devour every Oreo (that wasn't already eaten up by the other addicted people in the same general location.).
And contrary to these studies, I really prefer to eat my Oreos biting straight down, getting both the cookie sides as well as the middles. I've tried the "eat middles first" route and, well, it just takes too long, and I just like that crispy cookie texture as much as I like the middles "frosting" texture.
So now I don't feel odd being around recovering cocaine addicts - I can empathize, being a recovering Oreos addict myself. It's hard.