I am going to keep this short and sweet. I am on social media fairly often and I am seeing these rainbow food crazes. People waiting hours in line to eat chemical-laden rainbow bagels. In fact, the small bakery got so popular that it shut down indefinitely. I don’t consider myself to be a judgemental person, but I judge this rainbow craze. I’m judging it hard. Yesterday, some foodie pages that I highly respect shared the rainbow grilled cheese! RAINBOW.GRILLED.CHEESE. Stop the madness people. Food dye tastes gross. You know it and I know it. Also, what is the BFD? Why are people going crazy? I reeeeeeeeaaaallllly don’t get it. Give me innovative flavor profiles using real ingredients that taste good. Give me whole foods and vegetables. Give me ingredients that I can pronounce. Those are things I can get excited over. I was inspired by the rainbow madness and created this salad for my family. I got my 3-year-old to eat vegetables last night using the rainbow idea. I call that a win. I don’t want to sound snobbish to you. I mean, I eat junk and processed food every now and again. What I am against is the glorification of, and the craze over the processed junk. I shared the picture below on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram and it barely got a response. I didn’t even get my typical 40 or 50 likes.The grilled cheese story has thousands of likes and shares. To me, that is a big problem. So once again all twenty readers, I implore you. Please help me to stop the madness.
Until next time!