remote-control cooking

February 18, 2010

sunshineburger

I have been spending very little time in the kitchen these days.  And as you can see by the relative simplicity of what I normally make, that means virtually no kitchen time at all.

I’m going to blame it on the Olympics and American Idol.

Whatever you want to name as your reason for not wanting to bother with cooking (or un-cooking) – not that you need any reason at all – I wanted to share a nice little find that has brightened my current lazy-fare state.  Get it?  Oh dear.  Maybe the situation is worse than I thought.

Sunshine Burgers.  I first read about them on Choosing Raw; and, since I happen to be in the US with access to all the brands I couldn’t try in the UK, I decided, well, to give them a try.

They come three to a box, cost $3.49 at the local health-food store, and are made up of a wonderfully short list of ingredients: cooked brown rice, ground raw sunflower seeds, carrots, herbs, and sea salt.

That was good enough for me.  I heated up mine in the toaster oven and sandwiched it between an Alvarado St. Bakery sprouted onion & poppy-seed bagel, sliced avocado, tomato, and sprouts.  It came together in less time than it takes Shaun White to run through the halfpipe and even quicker than Simon Cowell can break your heart.

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