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Apple Peeler

2008-06-15 06:57:00

Apple Peeler
I am now traveling with and Apple Peeler, maybe it is called a vegetable peeler.
Cusco Peru, South America
Sunday, June 15, 2008
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I think this is good test for the Vegetarians, I can ask them,
“Do you carry an Apple Peeler?”

I never realized how few fruits and vegetables I ate until I started this no processed food diet. I am more or less a Chicken Eating Vegetarian, never thought about it, but they do not say,

I do feel most Vegetarians are Fruits…

Nonetheless, I need to stay healthy; I am not carrying a small Apple Peeler. My friend Robert pointed this out, he is a Chef or was a Chef and it make great sense. I have for years carried a little steel spatula so I can cook in Guest Kitchens. I have can openers, matches, lighter and a big cutting knife. I have purchased juicers on occasions but they are rather big, and normally I can convince the woman selling the lemons, oranges, and grapefruit to squeeze them for me.

I have complete cooking setup in my backpack and have carried this for close to 10 years. I can cook with an alcohol cooker, or sometimes I purchase an electric hot plate for five dollars.

I think these cooking utensils are essential too eating healthy and long-term travel. I also cut half my food budget in two, and meet more people when I live in hotels with Kitchens.

I am amazed when a Vegetarian does not cook; it just seems too silly for words.

I now have an Apple Peeler, a small new cooking item for my Travel War Chest.

Apple Peeler