My breakfast mixture is based on an idea from Rip Esselstyn and his Engine 2 Diet. He mixes several different cereals together and then adds fruit. I thought that sounded interesting, so I tried it. My “recipe” has evolved to include 16 items. I didn’t like the idea of preparing this mixture every morning, so I mix it all up and put it in a large container. I use that as my “cereal box.”
Rip suggests using a dairy substitute like rice milk, almond milk or soy milk. I tried those but they really didn’t do anything for me. My favorite liquid: water. Okay, filtered water.
“Nobody does it like Sara Lee.” That’s what I thought they were saying in the slogan “Everybody doesn’t like something, but nobody doesn’t like Sara Lee.” It wasn’t that long ago that I found out that what I heard wasn’t what they were saying.
“Nobody does it like Sara Lee” makes sense, but not when included in the full slogan. “Everybody doesn’t like something, but nobody does it like Sara Lee.”
I wonder if the advertising company for Sara Lee thought they were ground breakers by using a double negative. Maybe they were.
Hubby and I were at a fast food restaurant recently. His order came with French fries in a container that said “natural cut with sea salt.”
The “natural cut” caught my eye. I’m wondering how potatoes cut themselves naturally to end up as French fries. I’m wondering how the previous versions of French fries were unnaturally cut. Or maybe they were artificially cut. I’m thinking they are all mechanically cut, as opposed to manually cut.