Learning something well means that you finally become able to properly improvise; at least as far as I understand it.
My mind keeps popping in the notion that this is somehow a new problem, a by-product of our new, over-connected technological age. But that’s nonsense.
We are in the process of trying to explore the possibility of – perhaps – attempting to persuade our local authority if they would like to, one day, conditions permitting, sell us a small plot of woodland.
Sometimes my full attention is devoted to a conversation I am having, yet it is generally assumed that I am on a different planet altogether. I don’t know why.
Because we shop on a Saturday, by Friday night the fridge and cupboards look rather sparse. We plan, and we stick to our plans. We don’t just guess what we might need that week.
Look, this is a brief overview of how I choose to cook. It is not meant as evangelism; I’m just sharing.
I know that some people find online food shopping an absolute boon: it takes a large time sink of a task out of their busy schedule. Good on them. I hate it.