I’m on a dishwater diet. Our fridge is a ready source of jars and containers, all of which get emptied, cleaned and refilled, on a regular basis. So my new thing is to search out the nearly empty containers, add some hot water, stir or shake, then drink it. Yum! And when that is emptied, I serially add more water, each time diluting the contents and virtually gifting myself with an altogether new flavor. Then I move on to the next surprise jar. The variety is endless and sometimes the experience can be downright exhilarating. Everyone should be doing this!
Of course, I’m mostly (but not exclusively) referring to dairy products, since our fridge is now devoid of store-bought staples. But, since I’m being so open, I’d best give full disclosure and right now admit that this dishwater diet is not entirely a newly acquired skill. Even before Suzanne’s influence on me, I was known to indulge in the “serially diluted experience” (a.k.a. “SDE”) with the ketchup, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, jams, honey, blender contents and virtually anything in the mixing bowl.
Generally, and needless to say, this is a privilege of the dishwasher of the day, which means that once this secret is out, no family will ever again have that age-old struggle to find volunteers for that duty. Problem solved!