“Cooked carrots do not taste the same as, like, raw carrots.”

I am not roasting today, but the topic this week is rrroasting! And that just makes me think of my mom’s roast with potatoes and carrots that she makes. Oh, it’s so good, and I hate — even though I hate cooked carrots, like, I’ll still eat that roast ’cause the potatoes and the meat are, are just so good. I can’t be the only one that’s like that. I mean, I’m definitely somebody — I’m a picky eater, but, like, cooked carrots do not taste the same as, like, raw carrots, and I love raw carrots. I’ll eat those up, plain and simple: throw ’em on my salad, have ’em just as a snack with some, you know, Italian dressing or some hummus, heck yeah! But roasted carrots, they don’t taste the same and I’m just not a fan of that texture. I think that’s why I’m a picky eater. It’s because of, like, texture. ‘Cause there is just some stuff that I’m like, “Ooh, no, that’s — it’s too, too mushy.” Like, I’m not a big fan of applesauce anymore. I used to like it as a kid, but now that I have it, I’m like, “Hmm, you know, this is too close to like, vomit in my mouth. I can’t do it.” I — like, cooked carrots are kinda like that mushy consistency where I’m like, “I can’t do this.”

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