The thing is, I spent most of this past week (plus...) trying to figure out how to eat, and very little of it actually eating. So all that amazing grocery shopping I did last week? Most of that stuff is still in my fridge.
Ok, so the bananas got tossed, but how was I supposed to know that wrapping them tightly enough so they didn't stink up the kitchen with their banana-y stench would make them grow white fur... Dratted bananas.
Anyway, other than an onion (or two...) and some cabbage, I really haven't used much of anything I picked up last week. Until I do, it seems kinda wasteful to go out and buy more- right?
So I'm going to keep trying to eat like a reasonable approximation of a normal human being (rather than the robot I was last week, or the locust-like thing I become when I don't have to cook). I should have at least another 4 days worth of easy food, plus a couple more if I make something like pizza. I could probably make it to next Saturday if I picked up a bag of beans or block of tofu.
Other than the treat-stuff I picked up to try and tempt myself back to hunger (about 10% effective...) the whole zero appetite thing was really good for my budget. Not so much for my body, but budget, oh yeah.
For food, Thursday was a replay of Wednesday, down to the sweet chili sauce. I love that stuff. Finished off the leftovers. Fried rice is, I think, better the first day. Nuking does nothing to improve it.
In other news- I'm not fond of the light soy sauce I bought (pearl river bridge brand, I think). The dark isn't bad (10 cents more, so I didn't get it this time- stupid, I know), but the light is like colored water... Anyone out there have an amazing, cheap, flavorful, imported, non-kikoman soy sauce they love? This bottle is going to go fast, and I'm looking for suggestions. Wheat's fine, mushrooms not so much. TIA