5 Foods I can’t live without!

Open Book StampThis week on Open Book Blog Hop we’re talking about 5 foods we can’t live without.

  1. So last week I blogged about Kombucha and I’d have to say this is my #1 food I can’t live without.  The health benefits alone are immeasurable, but I feel good, I’m losing weight, I’m not bloated and it tastes good so this is my number 1!

Kombucha superfood pro biotic beverage in glass on white background

imag21782.  Spaghetti.  I love spaghetti with meat sauce.  And we’ve been making it with zucchini instead of pasta (sorry pasta, you’ve happily been replaced!).  The vegetti and meat sauce fills me up in the most delicious way and I’d hate to ever be without it.

Coffee and Hearts3.  Coffee.  I know, probably not a food, but something I can’t live without.  It’s how I start my day and I find that the first thought I usually have in the morning is to get to my coffee.  The aroma of it brewing and the flavor put me in a happy place.  A good flavored coffee – even better.  At Christmas, my son and daughter-in-law gave me coffee from Black Rifle Coffee.  Read about them, their story is inspiring.  A company owned by veterans.  My daughter-in-law went to AIT with one of the founders, so there’s a special place in our hearts for them.

beef steak on the grill with flames.

4.  Steak.  I’m a meat eater and there is simply nothing like a grilled steak.  My husband is a grill master and he makes the best steaks around.  Our special treats are steak on the grill, salad and baked potatoes.


Fresh fruits falling in water splash, isolated on white background

5.  Fruit.  Any kind of fruit.  I eat at least two pieces of fruit a day, usually a banana at breakfast and something else.  Berries, oranges, apples, grapefruit, or some other seasonal deliciousness.

What foods can’t you live without?  Tell me about them and then let’s hop on over and see what my fellow bloggers can’t live without.

6 thoughts on “5 Foods I can’t live without!”

  1. I had never heard of Kombucha before last Sunday when someone at church was talking about it. Then you blogged about it and then a coworker mentioned it this week. So now I have to try it. I already make my own sourdough bread and the church friend said it’s within the same skill set.

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