I’ve probably bored everyone with my
But it is a fair amount of work. I find myself in the kitchen pretty much every day to keep ahead of my appetite. It isn’t hard; it’s just
A good example: Let’s say I want to have pizza this week. It takes between four and
There is an easy solution to this: Buy some frozen pizzas or something. But if I have any frozen pizzas in the house, I’ll eat them.
Plus, I prefer to eat food that I’ve prepared myself. I don’t want high fructose corn syrup and maltodextrin in my bloodstream.
It’s just…hard sometimes. But then, good things usually are.
My current food schedule is:
- Breakfast â€“ A
hard-boiledegg and a blueberry muffin
- Morning snack â€“ Peanuts and raisins
- Lunch â€“ Either a sandwich with
bread-machinebread, or an apple and cheese, plus Wheat Thins and a row of a chocolate bar
- Afternoon tea â€“ Three chocolate chip cookies
- Dinner â€“ Pizza, stew, or whatever else from my recipes
I also keep around homemade applesauce, pickles, dried fruit, and fruit juices, for snacking. Looking over it, I realize it’s actually pretty healthy. Took awhile for me to get there, though. And there are still things I’d like to change or eliminate.
|Kem||Cool! How are you pickling your cucumbers?|
|Stephen||Whoa, you seriously need to find an alternative pizza dough recipe. We make our own dough and it’s delicous and easy and only needs to rise 20 minutes to an hour. Check it out.
2 cups flour
mix in a bowl. add 1 cup of hot water. sit the bowl in hot water, cover it with a cloth, let it rise as long as you like (20â€“60 minutes).
Tasty, easy, fast. I keep meaning to seriously archive our recipes on my wiki, but haven’t taken the time.
|Brent||Kem: I just follow this recipe exactly: http://brent.
|Kem||Brent: Thanks! Do you think you might experiment with a “Sweet” variety any time in the future?|
|Brent||Actually, that recipe is for
|Brennen||I’ve just been using our standard basic bread dough recipe for pizza; admittedly this could be improved upon…|
|Stephen||As long as it holds up cheese and doesn’t taste awful, it’s good pizza dough.|
|Brennen||Clearly you belong to the “no bad [edible] pizza” school of thought.|