One meal a day doesn't seem like "much". (See what happens when you encourage the vain:))
Those aren't my only meals for the day! Those are just the noteworthy / extra large meals. :-P
Quality vs. quantity might also factor in? I have been eating mostly organic, loosely speaking vegetarian, for decades, which of course has many positive spinoffs, farmworkers quality of life, flora and fauna health, and so on. I highly recommend it - its a little like ditching your car and riding a bike everywhere (which I don't do anymore but have experienced, with some memories and gratitude to you) - it can be inconvenient, require extra effort and stress out your social life a bit but the payoff is a special kind of energy and experiences which would otherwise be largely inaccessible....of course, I can't prove its positive health effects but that seems to be the impression I get.
She's just saying this week's indulgences give her more motivation to exercise!
Exactly, Janet! :-) Although today's blizzard conditions are a bit prohibitive...
Rudy -- I'm a pescetarian / fishetarian (and pastry-tarian).
ha ha. right, between exercise and diet, I most always feel like I can eat whatever, whenever I'm hungry...though this chocolate binging has me a little worried!
Photos below from the Cheese & Chocolate party. (The hosts, Simon & Charlotte, are RMOC orienteering friends.) They had "only" 210 varieties this year.