How relaxing it is to share your thoughts at the end of the day, in bed, drinking hot tea with honey, very hard thoughts actually… a little later about that.
I was free from classes today, so I decided to veg out, accumulate necessary energy for tomorrow and do something useful at the same time. I decided to cook, so let me begin with something delicious for today. It's a buckwheat. As I discovered recently, a lot of people know about it but very few tried. It's popular as a flour, but I buy it in grains and then make porridge of it. And that was my main problem, to find it in this form. I asked my landlord and he told me that there definitely is some in Wholes Food Market, so I headed there. On my way I saw an unusually designed Japanese restaurant with stairs going down the street and beautiful electric sakura standing there.
At whole foods, I saw a strange good being sold outside - white birch as a firewood. I mean, it's strange that it was sold in the supermarket, I never noticed before. Grandpa always says that a birch is perfect flame maker, but to sell it… well, it's a good idea. But eight bucks for a package too much, I suppose.
One of the most delicious courses I ever tasted in my life is a buckwheat porridge with milk and sugar. I loved it since I was at kindergarten, and my Granny always cooks it for me and our family. It is incredibly delicious and so easy to cook. Let me tell you how. First, take usual buckwheat grain, it looks like this on the image:
P.S. "Their mother, Gillian Munroe, was not home." I'm glad she wasn't. Hopefully she was a human being.
That's all for today. Hope you liked my review, get high, stay delicious!