Food obsession

Hello everyone and happy weekend!

When something turns into an obsession for me, I have to share it with you. It’s a food obsession now.

So, you know I got into cooking, I am also trying to eat healthier and all of that good stuff and there is a reason why I get tired of cooking and healthy food very fast and it’s the fact that I am one of those people who do not eat various types of meat.

Since I was a little kid, I only ate chicken and turkey breasts and ham as a, lets say, source of protein in my life. I also like fish but with all those small bones in it, I get tired of eating it very fast and I do like seafood. The problem now is, that seafood and fish has a very strong smell when you cook it and I am currently living in an apartment as big as a shoebox and making those types of foods would literally leave my apartment smelling like fish for 2 days. It’s a whole fucking situation. I made prawns the other day, it took me the whole day to air out the apartment of the smell.

I am definitely going to go to the store and buy some other meat like beef or pork or something and try to force myself to eat it but while I was researching what are good protein sources and meat alternatives other than tofu, soy and so on I stumbled upon the Greek cheese Halloumi. I don’t know why this cheese has not entered my life before. I am obsessed. It is so yummy. If you have not tried it, you need to try it. Greek food never fails to impress me, to be honest. The only down side to this cheese is that it’s high in calorie so I cannot eat a lot of it if I plan on getting read of my few extra pounds.

But yes, a little bit of Halloumi never hurt nobody.

If you have some good protein sources to recommend to me, let me know. I love trying new things but beef and pork scare me because I hated them as a kid. Maybe I will learn to enjoy it now that I am older and I will update you on that.

I think I am going to go back to my coffee now and wasting my time on the internet.

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6 thoughts on “Food obsession

  1. As always. Wonderful read. Regarding seafood, by which I mean fish mostly, I was never fond of them cooked the usual Indian (read this as Bengali) way. Then Japan changed my taste for seafood. Sushi. I like it so much that I can’t stop liking it so much and much, much more. I will vote for sushi over a tenderloin steak or undercut any day. And you can’t make me vote otherwise even at gunpoint.

  2. Halloumi cheese is tasty. Have a happy weekend, happy coffee time!☕🙂

  3. Hi 🙂
    I really enjoyed the post – thanks. My personal obsession is hummus which I love and is a brilliant source of protein.
    I love meat but only really chicken breast not ham. Most of the time I don’t cook meat because of the time and mess involved.
    I’ve never tried Halloumi! I am a cheese addict lol so thanks for the suggestion.
    Happy writing 🙂

    Gerard M

  4. I usually bake frozen bone free seafood…No stinky fish smells here. Alternate between cod, tuna, swordfish, barramundi and salmon, lately making shrimp burgers, chicken breasts and thighs, bison burgers, best meat alternative is seitan. Love Syrian food, being 1/4 Syrian my cheeses of choice are pickled labneh and shankleesh.

  5. If you have a small apt, invest in an air purifier for your kitchen area. Besides the airborne dust particles, they’re really good in blanketing odors.

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