For dinner tonight I had…
Chipless nachos. This was a bed of massaged kale, topped with:
- 1 sauteed chicken thigh (sustainably raised – from whole foods)
- tomatoes, onions, raw corn
- parmesan & cheddar – Sophia, you’re right – more cheese is always better 🙂
- massage dressing – olive oil, bragg’s liquid aminos, rice vinegar, brown rice syrup
I went back to make another bowl. Bobby had real nachos; he’s not a kale fan.
I, on the other hand, cannot get enough kale.
Especially with peanut butter. I have made major progress in reducing my peanut butter stash in the last few days, with the help of my new friend, Kale. The word kale comes from the Middle English word cawul, a Scottish variant of cole (cabbage – like cole-slaw). Apparently it can be used in slang to mean “money” as well.
I loved hearing all of your favorite words on my last post. Now, I have some more geometry prep to do. I did finish writing that test for Friday; they said it was easier than usual but they did worse, so… guess not. This is my last week teaching.
I started and finished this book: Against Medical Advice. It’s about one boy’s horrible struggle with Tourette’s syndrome – so fascinating. It was a quick read and I highly recommend it.
Have a great week 🙂