Yesterday me and the IBS-BFF hit up the Echo Hill Country Store in Fleetwood, PA. It's a whole foods market, run old school style by Mennonites. They have a neat little kitchen in the back, where they prepare stuff. They also have their own chicken farm out back, where they get their eggs.
We pulled up and my IBS-BFF said, "Look! They are really free range!" After reading so much awful stuff about the current treatment of animals by the food industry, I felt a little moved to see this big ol' green field with lots of happy little chickens running around in it.
Echo Hill offers great deals on foods in bulk. So I ended up with a year's supply of peppermint and yerba mate tea, as well as a 3 pound bag of carob powder.
I woke up this morning, looked at my big bag of carob and started scheming. I put together a warm nutty sweet cereal that's got more protein and essential amino acids than any cooked chicken fetus. Sorry that there's no photo. It came out of the microwave and I dug right in, sucked in by the smell of the rich chocolately carob.
Nutty Carob Fudge Cereal
1/2 cup cooked quinoa
1 tablespoon of organic peanut butter
2 tablespoons of carob powder
1 handfuls of chopped walnuts
1/3 cup of vanilla hemp milk
2-3 tablespoons of flax seed meal
Nuke it on high for about two minutes and stir. If it's not sweet enough, add some organic honey.