Long walk with James: Check.
Delicious breakfast: Check.
You know how a person can say one thing one time and it sticks in your mind forever? A few years back, my mom asked me why I kept the plastic films on the tub after opening a container of yogurt or cottage cheese (the answer: I’m lazy). She told me the film was a “germ vector.” I have no idea if that is true or not (MomHTP is a bit of a germ freak), but now I can’t help but rip that damn germ vector off the container as fast as possible.
Fun factoid: You know the watery stuff that accumulates at the top of yogurt? It’s called whey – like curds and whey from the nursery rhyme – and you should NOT pour it off. Instead, mix it back in. It’s mostly water, but it also contains potassium and calcium. Mixing it back in makes the yogurt creamier, too. (Source)
Curds and whey Yogurt, raw oats, blueberries and raspberries, sunflower seeds, and coconut.