Celebrated every year on December 2.

fritter /ˈfrɪtə/
1. -to waste resources on trivial matters.
2. -to divide into small pieces.perhaps related to German Fetzen ‘rag, scrap’.
3. -a small mass of fried batter often containing other food particles for extra flavor.

Back in the days when daily meals were not daily at all, our bodies learned that carbohydrates and fats are the greatest sources of fuels.
Therefore, our bodies learned to give us extra super happy signals when we eat a combination carbs and fats to let us know that we just ate a special bonus food.
Today however, for most of us daily meals are not only a given, but an abundance.
To protect our health, we learn that certain foods are “Sometimes Foods”.
And today is “Sometimes”!


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