Breakfast- 6 large Navel oranges
Lunch- 2 pints cherry tomatoes, 4 oz raw pistachio nuts in the shell, 1/2 head Romaine lettuce, 4 each of Audrey's Pleasure Royal "Cheese" crackers and "Sushi" chips
Dinner- 1 slice Ms. Lillian's pecan pie, 4.5 oz shelled macadamias
I think I'll write as the day unfolds rather than save it all up for the end of the day.
Oranges and Honey tangerines are my favorite winter fruit. I haven't eaten many of them so far this year. Its too bad that the price is so high this year. I think its due to the bad weather hurting the crops. So far I'm buying only organic oranges, but with the price at $2.99/lb, conventional oranges at $.99/lb have my attention. This is the time of year when most citrus is really ripe, sweet, and juicy. Biting into a plump juicy sweet orange is a great way to begin the day.
I wonder how many officials in Washington, DC had a breakfast that consisted solely of oranges. If they did, maybe our government wouldn't be so constipated. Do you ever wonder how many chicken ova are eaten in a given city on a given day for breakfast?
I used to enjoy eating chicken ova, cooked as omelets and filled with fermented bovine breast excretions. Even now I miss it all and think back nostalgically about it. However, the longer I stay with raw food, the more my sensibility changes and chicken ova, bovine breast excretions, and decaying animal flesh are increasingly less appealing to me.