Food Problems

I suppose the thing to do in, or before the new year is to make resolutions with the hopes of becoming a better person. Spiritually, physically, mentally, diabetically, whateverly. The biggest problem with the physically (or diabetically) is that this stuff isn’t easy. It’s not that I want to go to Burger King every night, but properly preparing a healthy meal takes time. And more often than not, I don’t have the time or the energy to do things the right way.

Roasting potatoes takes 30-40 minutes in the oven.

Ham takes 15-20 minutes per pound.

Turkey takes time.

Vegetables require cleaning and chopping, at minimum.

A Vegetable Medley

The problem isn’t the food itself. It’s delicious. The problem is doing things the “right way” has an unfair stigma (that I admit I’m not helping with). Everything takes time. I’m not an Iron Chef and I don’t want to be. But if I’m going to be healthier, I need to be at least a simple chef. This will be rather difficult. But I think I’m up for it.

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