I love food, not just the taste of it but even the process of eating. I have no sense of smell but that doesn't mean I can't imagine what the food I am about to eat smells like. For example, I have learned to remember what fresh lemons smell like as I squeeze one into my tea. And not having a sense of smell does have some advantages for example I never have a problem cutting onions. It has been suggested I eat gluten free and and avoid red dye 40, I already know I am allergic to blue dye number 1 - it makes my mouth breakout in hives. So eating right has become a chore - not that it makes me want to STOP eating altogether, it's just tiring always reading lables. The labels especially the new lables tell all, what never ceases to amaze me though is the different ways in which they discribe simple items like sugar and salt. And how can they tell it's 8 grams of sugar per serving or 20% of your daily sodium intake. Do they inject those bite size morsels with exactly that amount? And what the heck is crude fiber - sounds like cardboard. I love to eat, but after reading the labels sometimes I lose my appetite.
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