In case you want to read up on how to properly skin and quarter an elk while you wait for your grilled cheese (diner vegetarian staple).
I am the hungriest of all the hippos today.
I know this to be true because I am both hungry and violent. Hippos can be quite violent.
Also, I could eat a little plastic hippo or like a gazillion marbles.
This might have something to do with being a vegetarian that nearly constantly craves barbeque.
I recently discovered that guacamole hummus is a real thing. And it’s the wonderful and perfect child of both guacamole and hummus, just like when Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper had Paprika on Blue’s Clues.
This girl said she recognized me from the vegetarian club, but I’d never met herbivore.
I’ve decided that becoming a vegetarian was a big missed steak.
…Except not really. I love being a vegetarian!
I recently decided to go vegetarian again.
I am a rather unique brand of vegetarian… the kind that eats meat. I try to eat meat just enough to keep it in my system so that when I have to eat meat or really, really want to (I will never, ever turn down a gyro), it won’t make me sick. My draw towards vegetarianism is almost purely environmental — I love meat, I don’t have a problem with eating things that have blood and guts, but I’m really not cool with how many resources are wasted in the way we get meat to the table.
So I plan on chowing down on flesh about once every two weeks this time, on average. In the meantime, I am eating a lot more eggs.
Eggs are far from my favorite food. This is because I think they are gross. Many ways we serve eggs involve them still being runny, and I am just not wild about runny things. If I am going to eat something runny that came out of something living, I’m going to opt first for syrup, and then for a nice, thick medium-rare steak. But in general — if it oozes, I’d rather not put it in my mouth.
Ok, now — disclaimer for this next section: I know this may not be perfectly anatomically correct. But if you think about it, it really makes a lot of sense. Also, I apologize for making you think about it.
The thing that really makes the runny-ness of eggs completely unacceptable is the notion that if you really consider it, eating an egg is essentially eating chicken period. Think about it — it’s all the nutrients for the non-entity to grow into an entity packaged up neatly in a little white shell. Somewhere in there is even the part that could have been a baby had that whole fertilization deal happened. The only real difference between an egg and the goo that oozes out of half of the world with the cycling of the moon is the packaging. The tidy white shell allows you to crack open the egg, dump all of the contents at once into a well-greased pan, and fry it up.
There are some things you are not supposed to talk about in polite company. This is one of them. But why is it that people blush and say ridiculous things like “sanitary napkins” (what does that even mean? Aren’t all napkins sanitary?), but nobody ever flinches when they hear ‘egg carton’?