There have long been stereotypes about people who use flower, including the vision of the typical “stoner” who’s lazy and in constant need of feeding the munchies with junk food. Thank goodness these ideas are fading (I hope). In fact, many people that use flower care a lot about the health of their body (and mind) and function at a very high level in society. But even the best of us sometimes find it hard to manage healthy eating when we’re rushed to get everything accomplished during a typical busy week.
Food and Drink
got the munchies
Summer is fast approaching, and with it a vast array of holidays and backyard barbeques culminating into numerous opportunities to celebrate and socialize. When I think of how these celebrations traditionally take place my mind is drawn to thoughts of hamburgers and hot dogs, as well as beer and soda. As a host I always want to make my guest feel welcome and provide a plethora of options to meet everyone’s taste. Today that also includes providing several non-alcoholic options. But what about flower?
I love food! I love the taste. I love the texture. I love the beauty. I love everything about food. And, I love to cook. You see, I grew up in the South where food is king. In the South, food is at the center of everything. Food is the common ground for social gatherings, and comfort for all emotions
Historically I haven’t been a big user of honey and certainly not a big fan of bee stings. But as I continue to re-evaluate my relationships this year, I really wanted to reduce the time I spent with sugar. So, I started researching and using honey as a way to add back a touch of sweetness in my life.