I would like to say that it never happens but it does. I did it again a few days ago. I was tired, hungry and didn’t have a lot of time. That is a set up for bad outcomes and it did produce bad results.
I needed to eat dinner, and didn’t have a lot of choices. It was bad from the beginning. The tempeh had been in the refrigerator for four or five days. I picked it up and thought to myself I am not sure that this is fresh.. I came close to throwing it away. Throwing away food is against my nature. So therefore I felt compelled to eat it
I decided to add a can of coconut milk to the tempeh but opened a can of diced tomatoes and threw that on top of the tempeh. Does canned cooked tomato go well wit tempeh? I never asked the question. I added can of coconut milk without thinking much about it except that I had planned to use a can of coconut milk, because I had two cases of the cans that I needed to start using them up. There was nothing rational about this. So the need to not waste took over, and the result was I got sick.k
All this was not necessary except my will took over.This serves as a reminder me that when I power through something because of my own ego, I get into trouble.