# Friday, April 23, 2004

Sorry there hasn't been much in the way of new content here lately.  I'm pretty swamped with life right now, and haven't had a lot of time for food.  Unfortunately.  I did take the time to make a giant bowl of cereal for dinner last night, which was really good, and just what I was craving.  It's what my son calls "healthy breakfast". 

  • fruit (whatever is in season.  right now mostly apples and pears, sometimes a banana, but in the summer time berries, peaches, plums, you name it)
  • raw grain cereal.  I use Bob's Redmill Muesli, which has several kinds of raw grain flakes, some sunflower seeds, raisins, etc.
  • extra nuts (often I use walnuts, but lately I've been using organic raw cashews)
  • milk, soy milk or yogurt (soy or dairy).  I've tried kefir a few times, but found it too sweet.  I use mostly unflavored or vanilla soy yogurt.
  • extra rasins (if I've a mind)
  • flax seed oil (for extra omega-3s and a nice texture)
  • sometimes I add whole flax seeds for a nice crunch

good for you, filling, and relavitely low on the glycemic index.

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