Now, I wouldn’t call myself a natural foodie. I have good intentions and save lots of pretty food pictures to my pinterest board, I even like to bake from time-to-time and generally have a good success rate in the kitchen.
However, most foodies would be pained to hear that many (make that most) of my recipe books have gone unused for the past seven and a half years of marriage and I tend to stick to the same old, comfortable and easy meals when it comes to dinner time. I also cheat when it comes to pastry and buy the frozen roll-out kind, I’ve never baked my own bread and as much as I’d like to be one of those people that makes home-made pizza, mine still comes out of a box.
But for all my food sins we by no means have an unhealthy diet, in fact we do very well in many areas; we eat a nutritious vegetarian diet, consume plenty of fresh fruits and veggies, avoid microwave meals, opt for wholewheat products, and don’t add salt to any of our meals.
Our food is generally nutritious, healthy and tasty. We’re not doing badly really, but I know we could still do better.