Here are some things I’ve ate, thinks I’ve thunk, happenings that happened and random details about me. (Why? Answer here.)
It’s Arame. A Sea Vegetable. Not seaweed, you philistines!
Sprinkled with gomasio.
Looks like worms. Tastes like…the sea? I dunno tastes like Yum to me. You could eat it alone…but don’t. You’ve been warned. I make a batch and sprinkle as desired for a few days.
Mostly in Miso Soup…
Miso, Tofu, Spinach, Scallions, Arame, Gomasio.
I’ve been eating miso soup for breakfast…(I told you I am not an oatmeal girl!)
Miso, a fermened food, is full of digestion boosting enzymes. It’s a soothing way to get my gut-gears going.
There’s some dulse and nori in this one.
Sea vegetables have awesome nutritionals…native and primitive people ate them. Eating them benefits the bones, skin, nails and hair…a great recovery food.
I’m intrigued by Macrobiotics and have been embracing the miso for breakfast idea…I feel great. Last weekend I used egg whites not tofu…not macrobiotic but tastes good.
Eggs in soup =yum. (at least Asian ones)
I’m still sticking to my normal brekkie go-to as well:
Spinach, egg beaters, & class-act re-used container.
My body is just not “wanting” dairy lately. I’m not cutting out anything for now (I learned a lesson).
So my morning meal routine’s been varied. Dinner? Not so much.
Veggie Chik-n, Asparagus, Mushroom, Zucchini, Red and Yellow Peppers, onion.
I eat a lot of onions and garlic. My loved ones have accepted this.
Same deal different night, this time minus peppahs.
..this time with accidental Oregano dumpage.
It happens, keep moving.”
I added yellow squash this time. I’m trying to make friends with yellow summer squash. I never cooked them myself…maybe I never had them cooked right? How could there be a veggie I don’t love! Argh. They’re good…I’m just not a fan.
By the way .. these servings? Multiply them by 2 (or 3). Lefties get eaten later in what I call “Food In a Bowl” inspired by Katie.
Like this one:
It’s not elegant enough to be salad. Mostly veggies, this one had faux-turkey slices…and I add toppings (nooch, hummus, salsa, guac…whatever) After mixing? It’s nothing but food in a bowl –and ain’t pretty.
Other bits of randomness:
Steamed celery and apple.
Two great tastes that taste great together. I make a sweet mustard vinaigrette to top it with.
And the cutiest “cuties” EVER!
All decked out for Valentines.
I love clementines. I get a kick out of cute food…especially since most of what I eat looks – not cute. (0:
- Eat anything new, unusual, cute, or different from you?
- Stuck in an unexplainable food rut?
- Yellow Summer Squash? Thoughts?