Today, I am going to tell you all about how to have breakfast. (Well, I more often eat this Lazybum Recipe with lunch, but you know what I mean.)
For work and pleasure, I spend a lot of time on sites about food and healthy living, which means that I often end up reading articles about unusual whole foods that are reputed to be the Greatest Nutritional Powerhouses of Splendor and Awe Ever. Sometimes, I gain this knowledge and do nothing useful with it: for instance, I learned that flaxseeds are wondrously healthy, but I also learned that they require grinding before use and they spoil quickly once ground, so I haven’t bothered to try them. However, now and then, I glean some information that I actually use.