Last week it was Lululemon. This week, Hungry Girl. I hate her. I mean, I guess I have nothing against her in general, but I hate the concept and the fact that it's being validated by multiple books and a show on Food Network.
I subscribe to the e-mails. I read them, because I'll read anything to avoid work. I rarely find anything of use in them because I've gotten off the processed food bandwagon, and it's what she seems to entirely subsist on.
I have one of the books. I have made stuff from it. It is rarely good. I will give her credit for introducing me to the whole pumpkin+brownie mix = delicious concept, but that is it. Mostly she has all these two or three ingredient things, and I look at the recipes, and I'm like, none of these things are delicious individually, I do not see how combining them is going to help me.
And seriously about the processed foods. She loves fat free sugar free anything, which basically means you're eating chemicals. I have stopped buying fat free cream cheese because everything in it sounds TERRIFYING. I'd like my cream cheese to just have cream cheese in it, thanks. If I'm eating cheesecake, I really don't care about saving 100 calories out of the 1000 I've probably already committed to.
Rant over now.