It’s not pretty but it does the job 👍
This is a can of #heinz classic vegetable soup pimped out with various frozen veg, including broad beans - a bit of a current favourite. I was very late getting back from the studio that evening so it seemed like a good compromise between a ready meal and something home-cooked.
Not that either one of these things is truly ‘better’ or ‘worse’ than the other.
Why do I eat so much soup? Aside from the fact that it’s cheap and easy to make, I do fear that there is a more sinister side to my broth-mance linked to soup’s relatively low caloric value. I find it hard to deviate from my rather limited dietary routine. It doesn’t feel like active restriction, but I am increasingly aware that it is repetitive and ‘safe’. I feel like I’m being honest when I say I really like soup and will happily eat it once or twice a day - it is a genuinely enjoyable experience. But I can’t help but be suspicious of my motives, given that vegetable soup is the ultimate ‘diet food’. Diet culture really gets on my wick, but ultimately I think it’s still there, rattling around in my brain.
Day 5: I thought about being lgbt for a long time before ever truly *believing* I as a female, liked other females. When I was younger if daydream about girls, and having a girlfriend. But of course that was just wondering I was *totally* completely straight. Then later I fell in love with a non-binary person who allowed me to use any pronouns (i usually switched depending on how they dressed that day) though most of the time went by she her. I fully came out as bi/possibly pan after I realised my feelings. We've been together twice, though broke up because they wanted to protect me and not get me caught up in their mental health. I still love them now ~Kira🌈