One should never use breaded chicken strips in a salad with too many onions and homemade oil and vinegar dressing. The breading soaks up the overabundant vinegar.
So concerned was I with not wasting food this Sunday, I ate almost half the salad before conceding that it was not edible. In consequence, I learned to waste food after heating myself up in the shower Monday morning. Later, I was strictly reminded. My chest is still sore from heaving. So, I did not work, Monday evening.
The things I ate aren't supposed to cause food poisoning, but my stomach rejected them anyways. Of course, my biggest problem is psychological. That stuff was so gross, it makes me want to barf again. Now that it's not in my stomach any more, though, my body seems not to be so eager to expell it. Smart body. It somehow knows which contents of the stomach are the same things that I hated putting in my mouth.
I still don't want to cook with onions, lettuce, or Compliments reduced-fat breaded chicken strips again. How I am going to live without onions or lettuce is anyone's guess. Maybe I'll just have to suck it up.