I knew that this day was coming. It was inevitable and yet, I was still somehow surprised that it happened. I'm a girl who takes no prescription medication. Zip - zero - nada - not even vitamins. And a few days ago, I got handed my first daily prescription 😬 --- and it was toothpaste!! 🦷 🤣
A week ago, I never even knew that prescription toothpaste existed. 🤷🏻♀️ What kind of world to we live in that marajuana is legal in many places and fluoride rich toothpaste is a controlled substance? 😅 As crazy as it sounds - I am now a prescription toothpaste user. Do you think I need to list toothpaste on the my medical records that ask what prescriptions I take? 😂
Two trips to the dentist in one week is too much. I mean, I like my dentist a lot but, I don't still don't want to hang out in his chair any more than once every 6 months. 😬 So after a few hours too many at the dentist - I am the proud owner of a shiny new filling and a tube of prescription toothpaste. Not bad really, considering my past dental experiences. #implantlife 😅
That was way too much detail about my dental health so I will move onto a much more appetizing subject - french omelets. (Which are very soft, and perfect for anyone with new filling. Okay - I'm done now.😁 ) These rolled omelets are easier than you might think AND they're crazy good. I filled mine very simply but you can certainly dress them up with your favorite meats and veggies to make them even more decadent.
2 Tablespoons butter
1/2 teaspoon oil
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 Tablespoons shredded gruyere cheese
4 teaspoons chives, minced
Roll into a tight cylinder.
Now I need your favorite omelet filling ideas. Meats, cheeses, veggies, spices ... how do you fill your eggs? Inquiring minds want to know.
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