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Volume II
June 25, 2005

Supper Like a Pauper

The French have a saying, "Eat breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince, and Supper like a Pauper."

In other words, eat the largest meal at the beginning of your day, a medium one at the middle, and a small one towards the end of the day, after all the day's work is done. The way we eat is backwards, eating the large meal just before we lay around watching TV then go to bed. We should be eating the supper recipes for breakfast. If you don't like  a big breakfast, get up an hour earlier and go for a fast 1/2 hour walk around the neighborhoods. Or do some yard work (except for mowing the  lawn with a power mower, better to use a push mower....) Farmers usually  do two hours work before brekkie. This gives them an appetite. And breakfast should be the types of meals eaten for supper: venison stew is my favorite, but since I don't hunt, beef stew, corned beef  hash, or shepherds' pie is a good substitute. I've even eaten pork chops  and mashed potatoes for breakfast. Save the Raisin Bran and fruit juice (cranberry juice...) or corn meal  for supper.

Think about it. Most people don't fill up the gas tank after they've arrived at their destination: why load up on fuel after the day's work is done?

Chris Green.

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