This recipe calls for two zucchinis and one carrot, all grated. Well, my mushy arms are used to grating things effortlessly using my food processor, but I wanted to do it manually for the blog to see how it would turn out because I know there are people who will need to do it with a manual grater. By the time I finished grating my first zucchini, my left triceps was already cramping up and burning. I still had another zucchini and a carrot to go! I started to question how bad I wanted that carrot, which was starting to look about as massive as a baseball bat, but I persevered and pushed through the pain. I did it! I felt like I'd just won a wrestling match! I proceeded to gleefully transfer the grated vegetables to the frying pan. As I was stirring the zucchini and carrot shreds with a wooden spoon, my arm suddenly seized up on me and did a sort of jerk upwards while I was holding that spoon which was loaded with my freshly grated veg. The contents of the spoon flew over my head and across the kitchen leaving a trail of vegetable carnage on the freshly mopped kitchen floor.
Well, that went well.
Strength-training starts today! Or maybe I'll just have a piece of cake instead. We'll see.
Individual Zucchini Casseroles
Cuisine: Vegan, Gluten Free
What to do:
And now for the cute. What is going on here? It's synchronized grooming! Interrupted by me, of course. Poor geese. Why do they even hang out here? Don't they know I'm always there harassing them with my camera? It's their fault, really.