My face is fuller.
My body is fuller but, apparently, I have street credibility since people still talk about my willpower and how much I exercise.
No one is talking about my fullness. Guess they are being polite. Although, truth be told, only a few relatives said anything to me before I lost weight.
I'm not going into freak out mode because I still walk past cupcakes. I don't eat fried food and I practically freaked out when I discovered that there were no more vegan bouillon cubes in the pantry.
I'm already tired thinking about the work that I must do on the food front...
In other news, I finally found recipes that I like and please don't tell me that gnocchi has a lot do with weight gain. It's the first time that I tried it and, you know, it was a recipe that I actually liked. Here's the "gnocchi" recipe and the others.
Quinoa and Black Bean Stuffed Peppers
|Enjoyed the Flavor|
Skillet Gnocchi with Chard & White Beans
Spicy Vegan Sloppy Joes
"Eating is one of the most emotional things we do," says Karl Guggenmos, dean of culinary education at Johnson & Wales. "That will never change." But how we eat and how Americans relate to food are undergoing rapid change, for reasons related to sustainability as well as health.-from Making of a Modern Chef, Psychology Today, March/April 2013