It's Day 22, and I'm bored.
I've been striving all along for variety, and I've tried avocado gazpacho, raw marinara sauce, raw pesto, chickpea hummus (bleh), mock salmon pate (good, but rich thanks to the walnuts), various salads and dressings, and, on Saturday night, stuffed red peppers (an experimental recipe involving mushrooms, garlic, jalapeno, spinach, green onions, cilantro, tomato and cumin).
I've learned how to select and cut up a pineapple. My knife skills with fruit and vegetables have vastly improved. I learned that asparagus tastes pretty good raw, if you marinate it for a while in olive oil, lemon juice and salt. I've learned a lot, actually. And today I'm bored with all of it.
It's not about the vegetables though. In fact, the thing I most want to eat is a batch of veggie enchiladas that I found a recipe for last year in this cookbook. Naturally, they're not raw. But you'd better believe that's what I'll be making eight days from now.