Plus, one of my new year's resolutions was to eat out less (four times a week--and I'm already at my limit because I'm so used to eating out) often, so making the effort to cook and clean up afterwards is sticking to a plan.
I don't know what I did wrong to this recipe, but it was not good. I didn't use long grain rice because we had brown rice and I didn't follow the recipes a few other ways as well, but even though I used the correct amount of curry there was something about the flavor that was off--too bitter, too strong, too...something.
In keeping with more resolutions, I visited the gym after clearing the table. It didn't take too long to recognize I had a problem.
I stank to high heaven. I felt sorry for the people working out around us but more than that, I felt sorry for Erik who has a sensitive nose and who is vehemently polite in all circumstances. The more I worked out, the stronger the odor became--and this was not regular body odor. This was what you refer to as "stank."
And I'm assuming that it was the curry. And it was. And if YOU stink here may be the top ten reasons unless you don't bathe or clean your house:
- Red meat
- Curry and Cumin
- Cruciferous Vegetables (Broccoli, Cabbage, Sauerkraut)
- High Fiber Foods
- Durian Fruit
- Pomegranate juice is an excellent source of vitamins C and E
- Grape seed extract is an antioxidant
- There are no artificial flavors
- Drinking water helps control calories