That's what people say to me in reference to my "health kick." My 5 year long health kick is my life style. I eat healthy and I exercise. It's not a kick, a fad, a gimmick it's the way I live. As for loving to cook I don't mind it. If I had the choice of having someone cook for me I'd love it. I cook, because I love to eat what I want to eat. No package and few restaurants provide me with the fresh healthy food I want to put into my body. So I cook.
This weekend I made Ratatouille with veggies from my garden. Not only does it taste fabulous, but its full of all the things I want my body to have. I like to cook a lot of food, so it can be eaten for lunches and maybe even another dinner. Sometimes if I'm not feeling like eating it again right away I'll freeze it for future eating. I love those evenings when all I have to do is warm up some healthy food.
Am I considered a food snob? Maybe, but don't I get to choose what I want to eat? I use to tell the hubs I can't eat that. Now I say I won't eat that. He loves to eat out and he does. Am I preparing nuts and twigs at home. Absolutely not. I make things that even a restaurant loving hubby thinks it's good. Only thing he does sometimes is warm up a piece or two of his frozen naan. I also keep tortillas stocked so if he wants to make a burrito he can. I'll also start the rice cooker or boil him some pasta. I would love for him to eat healthier and he does for the most part. Like me though he gets to choose what he likes to eat. I think we do a great job of combining our eating styles and each of us being happy with what we're eating.
So do I love to cook? Not really. It's a means to getting what I want. Do I love getting what I want? Absolutely!
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