Strawberries and Cream vegan style “After-Gerson”

Strawberries and Cream vegan style

After Gerson: A reflection on attitude. Everyday I am faced with being the odd one out. I choose to live outside the box. When I am the only vegan at the table I feel blessed to know at every meal I get to choose to do what is right for my body. Yes I miss pizza, but not the bloat and rosacea that follows. Yes I love peanut M&M’s, but not the nausea, headache and foggy brain that follows. I now have my new favorite foods and am in continual search for more new to me favorite foods. One of my most recent favorites is raw cashew cream. This creamy awesomeness added to my morning gluten-free oats with organic strawberries is well just a party in my mouth. I am not missing out on anything, to me everyone else is that chooses the S.A.D. way of eating.

6 thoughts on “Strawberries and Cream vegan style “After-Gerson””

  1. As someone who is a picky eater, and has been all my life, I don’t eat alot of the same stuff my family might and it does make it hard to be the odd one out. Especially since I don’t cook either so when we eat I usually select what I do like from what has been made and eat only that instead. It’s important to eat what you want to eat and not feel pressured to eat what others are if it’s not what you enjoy.

    1. Tilt with windmill, yes we should be able to eat what we know agrees with us. I am happy to be the odd ball and not cave to be a joiner so that it seems less of a fuss. Today we went out for Mexican food with two other couples. I was the only vegan at the table, most likely the only one in the whole place. When I placed my order for corn tortilla tacos without meat, cheese or sour cream the server asked “well what do you want in your taco then?” Pinto beans, tomato, lettuce, guacamole and salsa. He gave me a look like “why?”. Along with the whole table that saw my order as fussy…

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