Since starting this endeavor to eat more foods with a powerful nutritional kick, I’ve noticed that everyone has their own interpretation of what exactly constitutes a “superfood”. I’ve found many lists and there are 4 things in common—oatmeal, yogurt, turkey, and fruit/vegetables.
No big surprise there!
I had another round of vertigo today. Thank goodness there is a medicine that stops the spinning. I’ve had 2 spells in the past 3 weeks and they are due, we think, to inner ear infection which is a result of a forever-long sinus infection.
Needless to say, I couldn’t hold a camera, much less cook anything. My total calories today came from ginger ale and Town House crackers—love those when I’m sick.
But I did start craving some fruit later tonight once the spinning stopped and I settled on a large ruby red grapefruit. I got my grapefruit spoon out and then remembered that Kath posted a blog report on how to cut a grapefruit into wedges that are easier for school aged children to eat. Here is the procedure and it is so much better than the wedges or the carving with a spoon! Her site is AWESOME!
1. Place stem facing your body and cut in half.
Place on half flesh down on board and turn so the stem is facing to the left or right of you (90*)
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Cut the half into 4-5 sections
Tomorrow—all appendages crossed for a settled tummy and clear head.