if i'm by myself, i'll occasionally have breakfast cereal. i don't think it gets much lower than that.
sockiboo said:if i'm by myself, i'll occasionally have breakfast cereal. i don't think it gets much lower than that.
Ha! Me too. Especially when pregnant. God. I could not get enough Cheerios when I was pregnant.
I don't think there's anything wrong with not cooking your food. Cooking it doesn't automatically make it healthier. In fact there's a whole food movement that says just the opposite..
This morning I had apple slices and goat cheese for breakfast. For lunch I'll probably have a salad. And for dinner, the in-laws are taking us out! No cooking! Ha! But there's plenty of times we eat dinner at home that I don't actually cook. Sandwiches, salads, "snack dinner" (I love it! I think the Italians call that antipasto, no? At least that's what I call it here. Makes it sound fancy!), sides of fresh fruit and veggies, cheeses, nuts ... For snacks: smoothies, cheese and crackers, celery and peanut butter. Not that I eat celery, because yuck, but if I really didn't want to cook I suppose I could.
You really don't have to cook if you don't want to. Ever.