Aqueous food and appetite
(FEELING CURIOUS TO EXPLORE WHAT ME HAS FOUND TO BE THE WAY OF WRITING THAT CONNECTS WITH THE LANGUAGE SYSTEMS OF CONSCIOUSNESS && THE NERVOUS SYSTEM VIA USING LARGE LETTERS && ME IN PLACE OF SIMILAR PRONOUNS)
ME HAS BEEN EXPLORING WITH DRYING CONVENTIALLY AQUEOUS FOOD FOR A FEW YEARS WITH INCREASED EXPERIENCE OVER THE PAST RECENT YEAR. THE UNEXPECTED CIRCUMSTANCE HAS BEEN NO LESS THAN DISCERNING A TRANSFORMATION IN “APPETITE” REACTION TO THE DESSICATED FOOD. FOODS THAT ME COULD OTHERWISE FIND BEING EATEN AT THE MORE TRADITIONAL “MEAL” PACE WHERE IT IS STEADILY EATEN REMAIN IN STEADY SUPPLY, EXAMPLES BEING DRY EGGPLANT, ASPARAGUS, ARTICHOKE, MINT LEAVES, BEANS.
ME’S IMPRESSION AT THIS POINT IS THAT IN ME’S CASE AT THE VERY LEAST, THE HUMAN ORGANISM LARGELY PREFERS && MAINTAINS A MINDFUL EATING REACTION IN RESPONSE TO FOOD THAT HAS NO AQUEOUS CONTENT. ON THE OTHER HAND ME CONTINUES TO FOR EXAMPLE EAT FOOD THAT DOES HAVE AN AQUEOUS CONTENT && EXPERIENCES CLOSE TO A RUNAWAY APPETITE WITH THESE.
It would seem fun bearing in mind that this is a very expressive && open ended medium to continue to write && perhaps switch in && out of large letters. Me’s belief is that the medium webspace allows for experiencing hybrid prose && stream of consciousness writings as well as of course anecdotal reports by allowing the writings to be seen in a published format, which relates to the psychological concepts of set && setting among other ways of understanding how differences in what exists, in what happens && what a person is able to interact with are able to vastly, unto themselves && otherwise, be unique in allowing creative capacity.
Me has experienced a close to unexplainable difference in interacting with food once removing aqueous content. The concept of mindful eating is discussed quite a bit in places && this helps me to actually/actively experience this phenomenon && additionally to notice the again less than explainable challenges (perhaps the reaction to water content within food is to eat faster, perhaps both relative to situations where the water could evaporate in a situation when water was needed) in finding the eating of food with aqueous content to become mindful eating.