F’lup

You are what you eat.*
(Count Dracula)

I’m not sure if there’s caffeine in Dandelion and Burdock but my wife Christine and I were wondering what we’d had that kept us awake last night after sharing a bottle.

Foods and drinks have so many different effects on us.

Count Dracula is reminds us that we also think of our interactions with others being food and drink experiences!

Which made me wonder about who feeds me?

There are plenty of snack-people who do more harm than good in the long run, but who are my starter-people, my dessert-people, and, most of all, my main-course-people?

And me, how can I avoid being a snack person, instead offering something substantive, satisfying and energising?

(*From the BBC’s Dracula.)

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