Monday, August 24, 2009

Low Calorie Tapas

Some google searches that have lead people to my blog:

*"I had swine flu"
*"Pigged out my fat"
*"Word for sick from fried food"
*"Laxative short term fit dress"
*"Irrational anger in boyfriends"
*"While I am going step forward ... sick"
*"Loan pictures for posting"

*"Sick of everything blog"
I especially find that one fitting.

*"What kind of site is Savory Sick?"
I'm not sure if I should be concerned about this... my imagination ran wild with what kind of person might be googling this. It involved kitten sweaters, soccer games, and a quiet midwestern town. Or it could be something completely different. I should just stick to concrete things instead of letting my mind wander.

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A lot of people find my blog searching for "low calorie tapas" ... this my friends, I can help you with.

I've found the following exhaustive list of tapas with ingredients and recipes for each. So you know what you're ordering and what the fuck is in it!

Now, when I go out for tapas, I find that most of the food... like all "bar" food, is usually fried and greasy. But never fear! The wonderful thing about Spanish Tapas is you share the little plates, and no one really pays much attention to how little or how much you are consuming.

But generally, you want to stay away from the aioli, anything fried, and things that look creamy. Things that are sauteed are ok because they're using olive oil. Don't be afraid of olive oil! It's good for you.

And munch on olives if you feel you need to be eating more or there's nothing for you to eat. The olives are super healthy and are usually marinated in vinegar (which suppresses the appetite and is GOOD FOR YOU!). If you look around, there's usually fish options that are safe as well.

My safe bet is usually olives, gazpacho, and if I want to splurge I'll go for patatas bravas (because sauteed potatoes and tomatoes are better than fried balls of who knows what).

But look through the list and be glad that you're prepared for any tapas bar your friends can throw at you.

Don't forget about alcohol. Calorie wise... Liquer > Wine > Beer > Cider > Cocktails.

11 comments:

Pasco said...

How did you find out the searches that led to your blog? Neato!

SophiaRuins said...

im always paranoid about what poor mid-western women stumble upon my blog and are horrified and scarred by its contents. because im almost positive that in their stepford lives, eating disorders dont exist haha




XOXO Sophia Ruins <3

lizzy said...

oohhh i love aioli!! and tapas are the bomb, thanx for that info!!

millie said...

haha isn't it amazing what ppl search for?
stay strong

CA said...

You know what...That's a really good idea. I never thought about it, but I should just buy canned green olives for snacks. Love it.

throughraindrops said...

cant say i ever expected you to tell me olive oil was okay to eat lol

x

Lulu said...

I love it i love it i love it.

You have to pay for google analytics non?

My immediate thought was someone's mum typing that last search, dunno why.

smooooooooches xx

Flushed said...

How do you find out what is googled that leads to your blog?

And yeah Aoili is gross! You could almost feel yourself getting fatty cellulite just LOOKING at it!

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