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Have I Gone?

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My take-a-way from last Saturday morning’s Forsyth Farmers Market here in historic district Savannah.

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Have I gone vegetable crazy?

I was texting with SCF (Super Cyber Friend) Riboclavin (of course you remember him … thermometer, dying every other day) a little while ago.  And, after telling him that I was preparing a cauliflower dinner …

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… Riboclavin wrote, “I am SICK [appropriate for Ribo] of this weird a__ bull ___.  What is ur deal?  Srsly.”

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I love how Ribo is so caring and kind.  He’s my lil fellow.  I love him.

Well, I thought about Riboclavin’s comment, and here’s my expert analysis:  “The most important factor in our lives (and some of you may disagree here) is that we feel good or joyful about that which we are about.” 

I FEEL GOOD about vegetables!

Here are a few pics from the Farmers Market.

Radishes:

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Swiss chard:

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Cool yellow carrots:

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Glorious greens:

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Lettuce mix:

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A meal I made with Swiss chard and bok choy:

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Cauliflower and broccoli:

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A guy and his rat:

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Big sweet potatoes:

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Veggie soup:

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Go vegetables!

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Oh, and here’s tonight’s cauliflower meal:

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Sunday Night Salad

I try to eat light and healthy on Sunday evenings (unless someone persuasively offers me heavy and fat/sugary). Tonight, for instance, I made a fire-roasted-corn-topped salad.

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Spring mix and baby spinach.  Red bell pepper.  Onions.  Fire-roasted corn (I buy it frozen at Whole Foods, saute for a few minutes in one teaspoon of butter and a little water, then chill it for a couple of minutes in the freezer.)  Sliced raw unsalted almonds.  A few shakes of dried oregano and freshly ground black pepper.

So good!

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