Why did no one ever tell me you can buy jars of garlic cloves? I used to try to eat raw garlic cloves but it didn't work out so well and I don't want to bother with garlic pills. I just discovered the jars of garlic cloves today. And why did I not know you could buy slices of jalepenos in jars???? I am adding these two things to my list of things that have no calories to eat as a late night snack. Pickles, of course, is on that list. And how had I never had Bread And Butter pickles until a few years ago? You would think I grew up on a rock or something. But growing up I was better versed than a lot of kids on the mainland about certain things - fast food, toys, Esprit, Swatch, hair metal, mochi, cable TV, etc.
I have been eating less and spending less lately thanks to the show "Extreme Couponing." It's not because I've become an extreme couponer, and I am not even good at couponing. I am so bad at it that I get paralyzed going into a store knowing I could probably get a much better deal if I only knew how to coupon properly. Or there are only certain things/brands I want to buy, and there are no coupons for those things. So I end up buying almost nothing - just garlic cloves and jalepenos because as a novelty item they are worth the $2 each.