My go-to breakfast is simple: Oatmeal, mashed up banana, 2 tablespoons of ground up flax seed. Quick. Easy. Nutritious. It is a very filling breakfast – lunch is rarely on my schedule nowadays. As my doctor explained, this simple meal clocks in with around 10 grams of fiber and eating this amount can keep you … Continue reading Jesus and Breakfast
From the time I was sick back in 2011, I’ve been a relatively good follower of a whole foods, plant-based diet. “Relatively good” is a qualifier term meaning there were times when I fell off the wagon and ate fatty, non-animal things that were not healthy. For example, those amazing burgers made by Beyond Meat … Continue reading Focusing on Life
And before writing this weekend’s sermon, I think I must mention the short story about ‘what makes a New York bagel’ on today’s New York Times website. I agree wholeheartedly with Niki Russ Federman, co-owner of Russ & Daughters (their bagels are classic and amazing) on what is NOT supposed to be in a New … Continue reading No Rainbow Colors in Real Bagels.
When I’m tired, I tend to do things I shouldn’t. I’m not talking doing things that are bad or would get me locked up. No, it is kind of like me doing things and believing in ideas that, when I am rested and ready to tackle the day, would never cross my mind. The tiredness … Continue reading Monday Morning 10.16
You ate what for breakfast? A banana. That’s it? Yeah. A banana. Don’t you think that you should something more substantial than just a banana? No, I wasn’t hungry. So you ate just a banana. Yes. And drank two cups of coffee? Anything in the coffee? No, just black. You wake up in the morning … Continue reading Bananas, Bees, and Breakfast