Lessons From Food Processing

Step 1: Read the instructions.

Step 2: In your haste, decide to skip Step 1.

Step 3: Place food in newly purchased, deeply discounted Cuisinart 8-cup food processor.

Step 4: Attach lid.

Step 5: Blend food.

Step 6: Trouble shoot why the food processor is not processing your food.

Step 7: Realize lid is not in the correct position.

Step 8: Attempt to place lid in correct position, and realize the lid is stuck.

Step 9: Ask your mother-in-law to come into the kitchen to help you get lid unstuck.

Step 10: Man-handle said food processor, fear that you will break it, and subsequently nearly break it.

Step 11: Lid becomes unstuck.

Step 12: Go to Step 1, skipping step 2, and successfully execute Steps 3-5.

Enjoy your correctly processed food in your newly purchased food processor!

In all seriousness, once I learned my lesson and completed Step 12, I had the most delicious snack ever! Look at this achievement in culinary arts! Raspberry pudding…..mmmmmm!

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As per usual, it’s from the Autoimmune Wellness Handbook, and was surprisingly easy to make (if you just stop to read the instructions). The only thing I would change about this recipe is the use of minced vanilla bean. The flavor was a bit strong, and not in a good way. The next time I make it, I’m going to try vanilla extract and see if that offers a gentler experience for my palate.

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