there’s a direct correlation between sense of humor and intake of animal protein. veejans or vejens, or whatever they call themselves…it’s disgusting and loathesome. i mean they’re the Hezbollah of…they share a lot of similarities with dangerous fundamentalist groups.
made 2 varieties of healthyish cookies this time: chocolate chip and trail mix. also substituted butter with bananas (it’s possible!). these also look better than the monstrosities from last time.
out of the blue one day, i decided i wanted to bake some chocolate chip cookies…which is funny, because never in my life have i baked anything from scratch. but last night, i made some cookehs! and they’re healthy-ish too! yea, they look kinda gnarly (chunky and scone-like), but they taste pretty damn delicious, if i do say so myself.
what went into these cookies and why they’re a healthy-ish alternative to the Nestle Tollhouse recipe:
so Kate Winslet, of all people, teamed up with PETA (Perfectly Evil Total Asshats) to voice an anti-foie gras campaign.
for those unfamiliar with foie gras, it is a well-known French delicacy made of duck or goose liver that has been fattened up through a procedure in which the animal is fed via a feeding tube placed down its throat, directly to the stomach. this kind of force-feeding may seem cruel and inhumane—and it would be for organisms with a human-like gastroesophageal system and gag reflex—but fowl do not possess comparable systems and the procedure is not distressing or torturous for the animal. while it’s natural to anthopomorphize, people need to be informed of this important distinction.
don’t believe me?—let Anthony Bourdain show you: