DID ANYONE SAY DESSERT ???
Peeps, work with me here, I am telling you a very big secret. Not many know about this but it is a very easy concept. Forget about anything, anyone else has told you, especially your doctors. They don’t teach THIS in medical school because they don’t even know about it. But, I do and I know it well. I have taught my family and they went on and taught their most trusted friends. Be careful with this most amazing gift. I am telling it to you because of my deep love for my readers.
Most people apparently feel that they have one stomach. Most medical people would agree but I beg to differ. Growing up with a Viennese father and a German/French mother we never had dessert. Dessert in our home was jello or social tea biscuits or those pressed, break your teeth hard raisin or prune bars that I haven’t seen since the sixties. My father would make up things called “concoctions” for himself with bananas, ice milk (sherbert?) applesauce, sprinkles, canned fruit, yogurt and whatever else he could find. Example something like below but much higher:
When I became a mother, things changed. I didn’t want my kids to have to go to other people’s houses and search/sneak through their closets and take delicious snacks ( like I did.) No, I wanted to be the provider of the snacks. In fact, my friend Debbie’s son, Michael, called me “The Cookie Lady,” a name I wore with great pride.
In my house sweets were NOT banned but limits were set. Some of my children’s friends would come here with an organic apple and then gorge themselves full of Oreos or Chocolate Chip cookies. I didn’t judge AND there was always fruit on the table along with the cookies. I gave them choices…
In short, when you are full with a meal you can always have dessert. Always. There is a different pouch for that: The Dessert Stomach. It is there for a good reason, because in my family now, there is always room for dessert. Always.
No matter how full you are, no matter if you think you can’t eat another bite, just rest for a minute, look at the dessert menu and order. As soon as your dessert comes, your dessert stomach is happy to oblige. In our family we have 2 chocolate lovers and two
vanilla lovers, although I can go both ways.
We always we end up buying one dessert ( or two) and sharing them. Dessert (or D as we call it) is love to a higher power.
So next time you order dessert, don’t feel guilty, you are not over eating, you are just trying to fill a bit of your Dessert Stomach. Don’t say it timidly, say it with confidence and power. Most of all, say it convincingly. I bet they have never heard of the “Other Stomach” Theory.
Feel free to tell them.
PS this is not meant for after lunch ( I got into trouble that way) it is only for after dinner. Trust me on this.
But I am NOT trying to ever fill the dessert stomach up ever, that means I can have more dessert later. Amateur!!!
can’t have much….I think my desert tummy is smaller now, but after every dinner, must have a small bite. just a bite. hubby is good at providing this bite, because his desert tummy has no limit. (and I’m the one overweight…ha)
(BTW….I’m still having trouble with wordpress and email notifications on your blog. you said that I had to follow it, and I have….I was getting 2 email notifications for each posts…a bit much. so I tried to change it. I started getting None. So I went and unfollowed you and followed you again, started getting you weekly, but didn’t know it was in there *I don’t always open that one* … for some strange reason, WP doesn’t like my blog and your blog talking.
: ) just don’t want you to think I’m ignoring you.)
Always desert. Always chocolate. Yup.
Peachy, You are accurate in the description of human anatomy. However, I need to point out a correction to: ” . . . you are just trying to fill a bit of your Dessert Stomach.”
It should read: “you are just trying to fill your Dessert Stomach totally up.”
You left out the fact – probably trying to be politically correct – that in order for digestion to properly work the dessert stomach must be full. That’s why it’s bets to eat dessert first.