For me, one of the drawback to living in the suburbs is food wasting. We have a tendency to stock up on foods during our weekly trips to the supermarket. Fresh fruits and vegetables, of course, do not keep for very long. Not only that, nutrient contents start to decrease the moment it is harvested at the farm. Since moving to Boston, I am so happy to say, I have not let a single tomato go bad...
Kashi Berry Blossom
I had major cravings for cereals after my run on Monday. I hit the grocery on the way home. One of the cereals I look at was Kashi’s new Berry Blossom. Interesting ingredient lists for this one. It surprisingly contains luo han qua aka arhat fruit, Buddha fruit, or monk’s fruit (Vietnamese: La han qua). It’s a natural sweetener that’s been used for goodness knows how long...
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