The Most American Thing Ever

I am in the Eugene Oregon Airport. Eating ‘real food’ before 24 hours in the same outfit, greasy face, and airplane food.

My time in America has been amazing. I will re-cap more…later. I leave you with the most American thing I can think of…

Cream of Buckwheat in an almond jar šŸ™‚ I went through two jars of almond butter in two that normal?

Check out this post on True/Slant and this post on Jezebel…it’s the Exposed Movement baby!

What do you think of when you think of American?


21 thoughts on “The Most American Thing Ever

  1. Rosa says:

    That was a great article and I am glad I read your post. Congrats on presenting and creating a whole new way of presenting our bodies and our realities.

    • Mish says:

      You’re welcome. I am glad that people think that it is something that they can relate or gain something from. šŸ™‚

  2. gemfit says:

    You’re famous! It’s a great movement you’ve started and a great article. I’ve been toying with doing it myself, just because it seems like an awesome way to reinforce the positive, which I need.

  3. Jewel says:

    Almond Butter the most American thing ever? That is funny…I am the only one I know who eats it! I get funny looks from everybody else when I talk about it. I think peanut butter still pulls ahead in this race (unfortunately even in my household…family will not relinquish their hold on the PB jar!).

    What a beautiful family you have and a great vacation. I enjoyed following your visit!

    Congrats on your fantastic weight loss!

  4. Erin says:

    Peanut butter is SO American — in London, there was one brand hidden on the bottom shelf of my Tesco; in Seoul, it was only sold at the expensive foreign grocery store.

    No one understands the PB love… šŸ˜‰

  5. Reluctant Blogger says:

    Yes, I think of peanut butter too and bagels but also those strange grits things which I have never encountered anywhere else.

    And huge huge meals. I remember being stunned the first time I ordered a meal in Los Angeles – it was the size of 4 UK meals!!! I still ate it!

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