Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Vegetarian restaurant menu; Kellogg wasn't the only crazy in the 1860s

Kellogg started a revolution in the late 1800s. 
Some thought he was a kook.
Some still do.

Digestion is favored by:
A simple diet
Dry foods and thorough mastication
A cheerful, hopeful condition of mind
Regular, useful daily exercise

I've got at least one out of these four covered.

I've never been a big fan of nut loaf 
so 30 cent still sounds like too much to pay for it.



  1. My problem with Kellogg is that his diet (and subsequently his development of corn flakes) was designed to kill your libido - he thought sex was dirty.

    I'm all for healthy diets, but that's taking it just a wee bit too far.

  2. Kellogg was a bit strange. He didn't want to add sugar to anything--even if it made the food more palatable.
    I personally like variety in my diet. Eating the same thing over and over--blehhh.

  3. Nut loaf these days has a couple of different definitions..

  4. The word mastication just sounds so disgusting!

  5. You'd have to say that diet sheet would save you a ruddy fortune in fees to Dietitians for cholesterol lowering advise.