Rice flour, oatmeal, bran, sunflower seed, olive bread. Or some such.
I just saw: “tomato, feta, avocado, olive oil, garlic salt dip”
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I’m looking at you, food bloggers! Maybe you replaced oil with applesauce or butter with greek yogurt, but that doesn’t make your cookies/bread/cupcakes healthy. (See also: every pinterest recipe called “Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies” or some such…)
That word is usually reserved for something with actual nutritional value*. And the cup and a half of stevia you want me to use sort of negates the small benefits of the trace amounts of applesauce and greek yogurt (which, granted, have in this case a teeny tiny amount of nutritional value) that will wind up in a serving of this recipe.
What you mean is, “this cookie/bread/cupcake has fewer calories, or less saturated fat,” but your recipe is not healthy.
Of course, now that I’ve said all that, I’m happy to cook the full-fat, full-sugar recipe, I just wanted to get out some frustration with the mis-use of the word ‘healthy.’
*As determined by the health benefits the food can provide.
Some book came out awhile ago about how women can “have it all.” All, I think, meant a job, and kids, and a house, and a husband. I don’t know, I didn’t read it, it sounded fucking dumb.
I like tumblr’s version of having it all, where all means simultaneously watching “Breaking Bad” and the Emmys, gif’ing the latter, hate-sharing celeb tweets, posting photos of adorable baby animals, and still managing a fair number of fashion and snack food posts.
We have it all tumblr, we have it all.
Happy 4th of July. Let’s celebrate by all promising to not use the word “barbecue” to describe a meal comprised of grilled hot dogs and hamburgers. Barbecue=slow cooked (probably smoked) meats, barbecue sauces (of all kinds) and side dishes (mac and cheese! cornbread! etc.)
I’m trying to make a grocery list, so I can get my shopping done early today, but I just can’t seem to come up with any food I’m excited about making/eating next week. And apparently no amount of pinned recipes or eating well magazines is going to change that.
Thoughts, suggestions, tips?