Confessions of a Food Hypocrite

Do you ever feel like a food hypocrite?

I do.

Here at Five Feline Farm, especially this time of year, there are all sorts of fresh food options. I love fresh food. Green beans and potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, peppers. All of those are available a few steps from the door. Herbs to make every dish spark with flavor are growing just outside the kitchen. 

As I sit here writing this post, I’m eating McDonald’s french fries. 

How much worse can it get?

Life has been ├╝ber busy this summer. Building a new business, learning the ropes as a vendor at a weekly farmer’s market, preserving summer bounty for winter needs, and oh yes, both of us have demanding full time jobs. As a result, meals have been hurried; too often going out to eat or carry out. We comment only half-joking about the crime of eating store bought donuts after a morning of baking scones for the farmer’s market. 

It is time for a change. 

As of today, I declare a moratorium on food hypocrisy.  

I will strive to make our meals healthy and fresh. Creativity optional. 

You, our faithful followers can come along for the ride. I’ll send out blog posts and updates on how this new plan is working. Let’s make some healthy steps together. 
Drop us a comment about what healthy choices you are making.

2 thoughts on “Confessions of a Food Hypocrite”

    1. Hi Kath. Thanks for stopping by the webpage and your comment.

      I have been inspired (perhaps shamed) into doing better with cooking since posting this confession. I’ll keep posting updates. It is still challenging at times to either cook at home when in a hurry or to at a minimum make a better choice in fast food. I think the key is planning. One of my goals is to develop a few quick meal ideas and always keep those ingredients on hand.

      Have a great day!


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