Why is it that fruit is a generally accepted breakfast food, yet when one is seen chowing down on a scrumptuous veggie (let's say - a tomato the size of one's head) at 9 AM - it is generally frowned upon?
Who is out there deciding that some foods are only breakfast and some are only lunch?
Does that mean that I am forbidden to partake of the nectar of a peach if it is past 10AM? Do I shun a blueberry if the sun is too high in the sky?
Nope - I am very unprejudiced against my choice of veggie or fruit for breakfast, lunch, or dinner - I beg all of you to follow suit and down the tyrrany that holds us, and our veggies, hostage!
(((Is it also wrong that the one time I saw the show "Veggie Tales" I was so hungry that I went to the fridge and chowed unabashedly on a piece of celery? )))
Maybe I'm just a vegaholic. :)