What I Had for Lunch
"80% of primate neurology is devoted to checking out what the rest of the community had for lunch. It's how we're wired." --Dian Fossey I'm guessing
You know how when social media was new, people used to say "I don't wanna know what you had for lunch"? I could never understand that. What are you, not a primate? I always want to know what you had for lunch.
On that note, here's something I ate last week, at Supermoon Bakehouse on the Lower East Side:
And I tell you this so you know that
1. I'm not some perfect clean-eating diet guru ladyperson (I hate the idea of "clean" eating; it's basically diet culture) and
2. there is delight and deliciousness on the other side of an eating disorder and
3. you can eat this shit without being overweight and
4. you can eat this kind of thing for breakfast (or two of these things, which is what Iactually did) and still have salad for lunch because you feel like salad, not because it's payback time.
Stop bingeing and overeating. Immediately.
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