A coworker brought these into work last week, and they’ve since become a favorite of mine. They’re eaten like a lychee, with the taste of a muted lime (just the right combination of sour and sweet). Massive cravings right now…
i think i’ve finally found the recipe i’m going to make with the white bread that jason bought for me because he “didn’t know what kind i wanted.” i tried to just eat it but it’s not even ok as toast, which i thought was the point of white bread.
this was way long ago but diane, james, and i went to get hotpot.
you can see in the corner that i got regular coke because it was the start of my crazy weight loss and i had made the decision that i needed as many calories as i could get. as this blog restarts you will see some really decadent meals.
my weight has since stabilized but now none of my clothes fit. but the stuff that does looks awesome.
if you ever wondered what it was like to be a vegetarian living in china, this is it. because people eat way more vegetables there on a daily basis but for special occasions they will always have meat and they don’t really understand elective vegetarianism because meat is considered a delicacy and sign of prosperity.
so sometimes in restaurants you just have to lie and say you’re a buddhist because they get what that means.