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 People ask me about the name of my blog and the Radish part.  I used radishes because they are visual attractive, round and red. And when old, they are old a little caustic and biting.   Sometimes that is me

 I live in Northeastern Florida, and I moved here from Puget Sound of Washington.   My subject matter is always in flux.  I go through different crazes and my blog goes with me.  I enjoy food, photography, I love my family, and I am creative always.  I write about life.   Lately I have included some politics and religion.   

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May16, 2016

 

 

Who knew that there is a new word for preoccupation with eating the right or wrong foods:ORTHOREXIA.

This I read about on the blog, http://eatyourbooks.com.  Should you want to read more, read the column listed at the bottom.  I am a little guilty of this myself.  However, I have more or less settled on eating food that my grandmother might have cooked. I keep additives as low as possible, but I am crazy about sausage so there you go.  

 

Reading the blog on one thing leads to another.  The Author Ruby Tandoh has a cookbook named CRUMB and so then I looked up that book to see if she had seed bread recipes in it.  She did have one , and it was easy, but she used a term that led me to a whole new search for seeded bread which I have been hunting for a good, easy ,tasty recipe.  She used the term seeded tin loaf.  This term set me out on a whole new search.  An hour later I am writing this.   I think we can see how my time goes.  So now I do not have any time for my post.  But I will be baking a seeded tin loaf today.  

 

http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/ruby-tandoh-eat-clean-wellness

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