Still no veggies showing up in my diet. RM and RS spent the *entire* weekend plus all day yesterday playing D&D in the living room, with some kind of roast something or other cooking in their crockpot. They're slow-boiling meat in my house. Which is to say that I think it smells gross in the house.
Seriously, who boils meat without at least an onion and half a head of garlic?
Anyway, it smells like cooking shoes, and did all day yesterday, too, which kinda killed off my appetite. It was close to 7 PM before I actually made myself something to eat, and even then it was just something lazy/easy- half a box of pasta with vegan margarine, cajun seasoning, garlic powder and salt.
Which sounds a bit gross, I'm sure, but actually *is* yummy. Or at least easy.
Also, Dad's taking me out to dinner on Friday (I think) and I need to figure out where to go. He's not a big veggie eating kinda guy, I don't eat meat. There's a place downtown that I think might work, but it's pretty spendy. It's also the best (real) restaurant in Charleston that I've found for veggies and vegans. Like, they are actually *welcomed*. I'm sure I'll figure it out.
Question for those of you out there who've taken more anatomy/physiology classes than can possibly be healthy- When you look at a steak, do you just see steak, or do you see connective tissue and nerves, and muscle bundles and all that?
j- who spent a little too much time in a warm, dark room with a microscope.