“I was confident. There was likely not a day in 2017 where I did not eat at least two servings of fruit. Same-ish with vegetables, although I am often lazy when it comes to making them at home. Would I easily conquer these guidelines? Would I have to force myself to eat more green beans”?
“Fire and Fury reveals a lonely, bizarre existence. But there must be some attraction to this way of life. I decided to find out. I would live as Trump. For a bit.”
“If I couldn’t walk and talk like a royal, I could certainly eat like one, right?”
“Because I’m into trying weird holistic things, instead of going back to the regular stuff, I ordered instant mushroom coffee. I’d seen medicinal mushrooms becoming more popular over the last year, on wellness blogs, like MindBodyGreen and Well+Good, and wanted to give it a try.”
“But not this week. Last week, my editor challenged me to cook like one of America’s most well-known chefs, Bobby Flay, and I decided to accept.”
“I’m not sure where I heard about this “drinking a gallon of water a day” thing, but I thought, hey, I’ll give it a try and see what happens. I’d heard it creates radiant skin, but I wanted to see if it would help curb my appetite and help with weight loss.”
“Last night, I made cinnamon rolls. I’m not a huge fan of cinnamon rolls, per se, but this recipe was included in Mario Batali’s sexual misconduct apology letter, and so I feel compelled to make them.”
“For beverages, Trump does not drink tea, coffee, alcohol, or anything stimulating. He has only one true love: Diet Coke. He reportedly drinks 12 of them a day. Taking all that into account, I had only one thought: That all sounds awful. I’ve got to try it.”