i am actually really liking the idea of vegetarian-ism. i really doubt that i can truly cut off meat entirely from my diet, but going 90% or even 95% veggie is something quite happily possible for me. i cook with stocks. i like the weight that broths bring to food. but i find that i don’t miss the texture all too much. some. sometimes. not always. not as often as i thought i would.
i have never been the most descerning of eaters. i know a collection of people who are ready to jump into details of things that i don’t particularly like eating. i have long accepted the fact that i am quite picky and unadventurous where it comes to food. don’t get me wrong, i don’t have a problem with eating. i love food. but i love food that i like to eat. the stuff that i don’t, well, i am not interested at all in them. even as a vegetarian, i am notoriously picky and i know what you people will say – it is all plants anyway! well, yes and no. yes, they are plants. but n, if i don’t like them, then i don’t like them. i don’t like soy. i would be one of those vegetarians that really does not eat tofu.
well, like i said, it is an idea. one that is very interesting to me. i would even go as far as to claim to be half-vegetarian, if that is even a logical thing to be.
and this is not because of any religious or activist thing either. i like meat. i am not opposed to eating meat. if is just that recently, my selera is swaying away from it. and for me, that is all i need. i am complicated, but actually un-complicated like that. no, it is not complicated at all.