If you want to sit in a corner and eat handfuls of literal shit washed down with jugs of month old fermented piss all day, that really has nothing at all to do with me and I have no reason to get upset about it.
I should reserve my empathy and compassion for people who at least have a chance, or even a desire, to get better.
By the sounds of things, I would rather eat dinner with some faggot who puts ketchup on his spaghetti and steak than eat with you. I'm not into philosophical conversations about why clopping is more pure than masturbating to porn, or hearing about all the looks girls give you because of your fedora...
Well said. There's plenty of lousy food out there that people who don't give a shit can eat. Supermarkets are bursting with it, and the majority of restaurants sling it every goddamn day. This is the status quo because most people don't give a fuck about what they eat and have no desire to do better. I've got no problem with that as long as I don't have to be the one eating that shit.
Exactly. Thanks for understanding.
IMO, If you want to care about people like this, for whatever reason like "society/culture" or "the future of the human race", then you should focus on educating them when they're still young enough to listen to your advice. After a certain point you're just wasting your time.
Educating people about good food is a tough one, because your message really goes against the mainstream culture unless you happen to be lucky enough to live in places that put a high value on eating well (France, Spain, Italy for example). As an American I look at the standards here and it's hopeless. Thankfully I live in New York, so there are some folks here who actually care about food. It's when I travel to other parts of the country I realize how hopeless it can be.
reminds me of the simply sara macaroni salad
this fat bitch's brain is so addicted to sugar that she needs to add a cup of vinegar to the abomination just so she can cut the sugar and get it into her system. Fast food places do this too
I cut refined sugar out of my diet for Lent one year and I couldn't believe how shit I felt for the first week, it's in everything
To be fair to her the kind of cooking she does has echoes of farm cooking in it. Three generations ago a member of an American farming household worked physical labor for 13 hours a day, and typically consumed 4000-5000 calories to maintain that. What's killing Sara is that she's cooking that kind of food without living that lifestyle.
That is a huge change when you think about it. !00 years ago there were Americans who ate pie twice a day and weren't fat because they worked so damned hard on the farm. But if you only burn 2000 calories a day eating pie on any kind of regular basis isn't that good an idea.
In the safety of your own home, for yourself, especially when all the food you have left is a bag/pack of pasghetti and a bottle of ketchup, no, there is nothing wrong with it.
To pretend that this is a sound substitute for even something as simple as spaghetti al pomodoro is... uncomfortable. It is like a culinary verbal assault. Not that I'm incapable of withstanding some awkward shit, but to put this in front of me would be taken as an insult, and responded in kind.