I wrote about the new food restrictions I’ve been facing. I’m starting to realize that all it takes is a bit of creativity in some cases.
When traveling, I’ve been making modifications to food. Mostly, I’m getting a lot of salads at places even though I hate salads.
It’s easy to get, but I definitely do not enjoy eating when I have a salad.
Lately when traveling, I’ve met up with different folks at different Mexican restaurants. And one of my must-haves is guacamole.
The helpful servers have given me celery to eat the guacamole with. Which I realized is kinda….
And then when I’m out to eat, instead of enjoying the act of eating food (which I usually love), I’m feeling disappointed and bored by the foods I used to love.
And nobody wants me to hit this level:
I was feeling kind of emo over guacamole when I remembered the guac I had with Tiff once.
Bacon. Ever-loving bacon.
And then it hit me.
I sliced up some bacon and put it in the oven at 350 for about 20 minutes.
And created a pile of bacon crispy goodness.
I dipped it in the guacamole and it was delicious.
But this is reminding me that eating food can still be good. If I hate salad, I shouldn’t eat salad.
When I am offered celery next time, I’m going to ask if there’s any way I can get a side of extra crispy bacon. I can create my own food destiny here, and well, bacon is awesome.
The bacon chips were very nom and left much more full than I usually am when I eat regular chips and guacamole.