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A bunch of kale

One carrot grated

Several broccolini

2 cloves of garlic chopped

One capsicum chopped

Two tomatoes chopped




Olive oil



Put all that in a frying pan, and saute it until the kale is wilted and dark green. You can add beans too. Sometimes I’ll add chickpeas or lentils, or even quinoa.

I eat it because I don’t want to get diabetes, and I need all the antioxidants and health benefits I can get in order to help my body heal from all that alcohol damage.

It’s a shame that salami (and all other delicious lunch meats) are so carcinogenic, because once I chopped up some chili salami and some garlic, fried it off in some oil, then added tinned tomatoes and herbs and whatnot….and let me tell you, it was the BEST pasta sauce I’ve ever had! I have also added salami to this sauteed vegetable thingy.

What’s your favourite bad food? Ice cream? Jam sandwiches?






3 thoughts on “Dinner

  1. Peanut butter cookies & bacon ! šŸ™‚ G-uno

    Posted by idioglossiablog | May 13, 2016, 6:03 pm

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