@archived I kind of like the advice here! It's two-pronged- one, that you already have purpose because you already have a lot of different jobs that you do every day (even if they are just status-quo maintaining chores, you'd be worse off if you didn't do them.) And the second part is that you should try and shake up your routine, especially by revisiting activities you once dismissed, because then you'll see how you've grown or how avenues once closed to you are now opened.
Ooooor I'm reading way too much into this.
These sound like they would make a good breakfast. I tried the chickpea chocolate chip cookies and they were definitely a success, so I'm gonna have to try these.
Seconding the question about the coconut sugar, though. Would regular brown sugar be okay?
I for one am saying a big ole YES, can't wait to make these! Except can I use regular sugar instead of turbinado/coconut sugar? Would I use less of it?
I've had your chickpea chocolate chip cookie recipe bookmarked for monthssss and have yet to make it... I feel a Drynuary-induced burst of baking coming on.
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Awww yay! I love these! Such mastery of the yogurt medium.
Happy yogurt ghost holidays to you!
I've missed these yogurty works of art! Happy holidays, Natalie Eve Garrett!
I'm just so glad to read a nutritional advice column that isn't trying to make the case that whatever my stone age forebears did really ought to be my yardstick for healthy behavior.
This idea of what we're 'adapted' to do keeps coming back again and again on so many fronts. Am I adapted to be dominated by an alpha male? What does that even mean? I'm adapted to eat scavenged greens and occasional raw ungulate meat? Even if that were true, what do I care? I'm not adapted for antibiotics or birth control, either- doesn't stop me from ingesting those.
In short, viva les carbs!
Pretty good advice-giver, that three-year-old.
Oh, Natalie. I can't wait to make these 'brownies.'
Natalie Eve Garrett, you're my favourite.