Gila has promised me that one day, a trip to the grocery store will not be bloggable material. I am going to hold her to that, but in the meantime…
- Miss M apparently likes mango yogurt
- For now
- I found a regular vanilla specimen that is not pudding
- But threw out the container, so now I am not sure I could find it again
- I don’t even remember if I bought it at Mega or Mister Zol
- I also found a “white” Yoplait with the word “matok” (sweet) included, but wasn’t paying full attention to all the words on the package. So this morning, when I opened one, thinking it was slightly sweetened plain yogurt, I noticed that it was rather airy. I began to scrutinize the back of the package and noticed that the fat content was 4.6%, so the reason that it was only 90 calories was because at least half of the container was air. So really, it was like eating airy whipped cream. For breakfast. Later when I was rhapsodizing about it to Taxman, he looked at the container and noted, with his mad Hebrew skillz, that I had missed the word “mousse.” Oh, yeah, that would pretty much describe it. Somehow I have a feeling the 1.5% peach I knock back tomorrow will not feel quite as special.
And now I think I am done talking about yogurt, because I can pretty much guarantee that I will not be making my own. At this point, I don’t know that I will ever cook again. Our oven was delivered Friday, but apparently in this fine country the person who delivers your appliances and the person who installs them? Not the same.
Our washing machine was also delivered Friday. Also not installed. Which brings me again to Gila, and the fact that if you ever move to Israel you should totally move to her neighborhood because NOT ONLY will she feed you and take your calls about the most trivial of things, but also might do your laundry. So yay! and go read her blog if you don’t already because she is very, very funny. (And we apologize for laughing at Ariella. She is terribly self-aware for a six year old, at least for these parents of a five year old whose head is constantly somewhere else.)