What could be more tedious than beige coloured food?
Colour is one way of estimating the nutritional value of food. On the whole, the more colour the higher the nutritional value. It doesn’t always hold true but it’s a useful rule of thumb. Just to be clear, I am talking about the natural colour of food. There is nothing remotely nutritious about bright blue cake frosting, however colourful it is!
Anyway even if it isn’t always true why eat beige when you could be eating a rainbow!
Here is my dinner from last night, chicken roasted with anti-inflammatory turmeric and cinnamon, yellow swede mashed with cream and green spinach in butter and cream with nutmeg.
Spinach can be a food of the Gods!