I hope everyone is having a fantastic day and is getting a lot of candy. I, for one, am binge-eating the candy I collected on Sunday. As of tomorrow, I won’t be able to eat sugar. I agreed to join an anti-sugar diet with Susanna, Olivia, and Sam. No refined sugar for three weeks. That means marshmallows, hot chocolate, and just about everything I eat. One of the guys across the hall said to check the ketchup. There’s sugar in my ketchup. I am going to fail this diet! One of my necessary dinner foods is omelet rice, and that needs ketchup. I guess my anti-sugar diet will be eat-less-sugar diet.
So apparently I can’t put sugar even if I’m baking something. So if I’m making banana bread, I can’t use sugar. I can’t use sugar in muffins. Okay, never mind. I’m making this diet a diet without candy, soda, and desserts. That’s the best I’m going to be able to do. I need sugar for my baking. I’m not letting my strawberries rot because of this diet.
Anyway… A while ago, I had to look up recipes using tomatoes. I got some tomatoes from helping out at the gardens and I needed to use them. None of my roommates wanted to use the tomatoes. I found one I could use! Admittedly, these tomatoes are not the garden tomatoes. I used them all making tomato sauce.
- 2 large eggs
- 1 tomato
- 1/2 carrot
- 1 green onion
- 2 mushrooms
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- little bit of salt
- Soy sauce
- Spray a frying pan with PAM or melt butter. Scramble eggs until almost done, then move into a plate.
- Put the carrots in first and cook for three minutes. Then put in the tomatoes, mushrooms, and green onions. Cook another three minutes.
- Put in the sugar, salt, and soy sauce and mix well. Add eggs back in an cook for a minute longer. Put onto a plate.