I have a question.
The short version of the story is that I need to put some additional memory into my computer. Is there some sort of target for what amount you need? Just like, in general? My Dad thinks I should just update A Little. I think I should upgrade A Lot. But I also figure there's probably a middle ground. So...what is it? Any suggestions?
(ETA: I wasn't clear! Please don't explain to me how a computer works. Just tell me how much memory you have in YOUR computer.)
I got this book called The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth. It's really interesting. The first food on the first page is artichokes, which I love. I've never cooked them though, so I'm thinking about trying. And then I thought I might try eating my way through the book and see what happens. It'll be a challenge. For one thing, I already know I hate brussels sprouts. But then again, I've never cooked them either so maybe there's a secret way to improve the taste. Also, I'll have to skip all of the meat chapters, which is quite a few items. Also, I don't care how healthy it is, I refuse to drink raw, organic milk. ALSO. Where do you even BUY natto (which looks disgusting anyway)?
Anyway, they outline what's so good about each food and what it does for your body. Artichokes, for example, really good for the liver and actually decrease bile production. I have extremely wonky liver issues already so...bonus!
I think it might be an interesting project. Or, I'll get bored around "leeks" and pretend I never brought this up to begin with. WE SHALL SEE.