Blah! It's been one of those days.
Okay, I got really tired of having to go and clean up spam comments on some of my older blogs that I haven't used in forever, mostly because of that one stalker few years ago. But anyway, I decided to close to the public a few of those old blogs. Some were easier to decide to privatize then others. Some I really sat there debating on, but in the end it just made sense.
Cause we all hate spam right!
Unless you're talking about the canned meat, then only us Vegetarians hate it.
Okay, here's another one of my oddities I want to spring on you all. If you've been following me even a little over the years online, you know that I am a Vegetarian. Have been for 12 years now. And if by some crazy chance, you knew me before that point in life, in the real world, you would be scratching your head wondering how I -me Ardeth Blood- ever managed to be a Vegetarian for one week let alone the last 12 years?
Here's the thing. I'm stuck now needed to go one way or the other. Because the last few years I've been unable to work out, the weight I've put on is just... the reason there are no updated photos of me to be honest. But, I need to either go completely Vegan, which means no eggs, no cheese, no milk, no breads, no pastas... or go back to being a Carnivore...well actually an Omnivore.
The last year alone, because of the knee injury and not being able to get around the kitchen to cook, I ate a steady diet of frozen french fries and veggie pizza. Which sort of made me a Carbotarian... and oh my god it is a real thing being a Carbotarian...Holy Pots and Pans Batman! I thought I had sort of made up the idea in a joke, course I spelled it bit different but damn it, just looked it up and it's a real dietary choice. Freal me man.
Where was I? Oh right, the dietary swing.
Is it easier to go totally Vegan or go back to being an Omnivore after that amount of time? At this point, after 12 years, if there is so much as something made with lard (animal fat shorting) or gelatin or chicken/beef broth in something, my insides are messed up for two days.
So I suppose I am asking those of you foodies who might be reading this, is it easier to switch completely to Vegan or to eating meat? Cause right now, switching dietary choice is the only way I'm going to be able to kick start my body again, since I still can not work out. Hell, I can't even get up a flight of stairs without a cane right now. And the extra weight is not helping the bad knee.
Yes an old photo, but damn it, I look cute here.