The Grocery List Sketched by MICHELANGELO’S ~ Grocery SHOPPING LIST ~ Genius Thrives on Diet of Mostly Vegetables, Fish, Ancient Grains (Unaltered with Plant Protein), Sprouted Bread & Lots of Wine (Diluted Daily & Never to Intoxication) ~ Food for the Executive Functions of CNS, Prefrontal Brain & Immune System~ CREATIVITY, PLANNING & IMPULSE CONTROL~

The list, in its entirety. CASA BUONARROTI/PUBLIC DOMAIN

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And Michelangelo wanted a feast, spread out over three meals. 

He depicted bread rolls as quickly-drawn circles & for one meal, 

Michelangelo wanted two rolls.  (Plant protein Enkir or Emmer flour)

For another, he wanted six. 

On the page, an elegant herring floats in the air, while bowls overflow with salad (deep green & leafy vegetables & anchovies. 

Two dishes of stewed fennel are sketched side by side & when asking for a smaller amount of dry wine (diluted & not drunk to intoxication!

Michelangelo carefully drew a small wine jug next to a larger one. 

Sadly, he did not draw two plates of tortelli—he only asked for the ravioli-like pasta pouches in writing.

And Michelangelo wanted a feast, spread out over three meals. 

He depicted bread rolls as quickly-drawn circles & for one meal, 

Michelangelo wanted two rolls.  (Plant protein Enkir or Emmer flour)

For another, he wanted six. 

On the page, an elegant herring floats in the air, while bowls overflow with salad (deep green & leafy vegetables & anchovies. 

Two dishes of stewed fennel are sketched side by side & when asking for a smaller amount of dry wine (diluted & not drunk to intoxication!

Michelangelo carefully drew a small wine jug next to a larger one. 

Owned by the Casa Buonarroti museum in Florence, Italy, this 500-year-old list was written and illustrated by the sculptor/painter/poet/personality on the back of a letter. Michelangelo’s servant was likely illiterate, so Michelangelo sketched out what he wanted to eat~

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In March 1518, Michelangelo feasted on fish (Wild caught) and bread Not processed white (over-milled – with plant protein intact – CASA BUONARROTI/PUBLIC DOMAIN

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