Yesterday you said tomorrow.



Me mum went to The Cheesecake Factory yesternight.

This afternoon she asked me to get her leftovers out of the fridge and place them on the counter.  Due to my rhapsodic curiousity, I opened the containers and in peered my little brown head to take a peak.  There it was, tawny and dark brown.  Fluffy, chewy, and savory.  I haven’t had bread, except for my Subway venture, in such a long time.  The bread that we do have in this house is not vegan compatible.  I immediately closed the black container, rushed to the computer, and proceeded to google the ingredients of The Cheesecake Factory bread.  Can it be?  Does it contain dairy or egg?? 

Note to readers:  I’d say that that is probably one of the most common questions that a vegan asks: “Does it contain dairy or egg, sir?” (And sometimes, we simply don’t ask questions.)

I decided.  I don’t need the bread.  I am going to make myself some popcorn and iced coffee.  I am stronger than a carbohydrate.


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