Thursday, January 31, 2008
It's Japanese for (loosely translated) "KEEP GOING"
To keep going no matter what! Life gets in the way of our dreams, plans, expectations; but that's ok. Just keep going!
I know.....back to food. ;-)
Yesterday for lunch with customers in a Japanese restaurant, I had sashimi. 4 pieces of salmon and 2 pieces of white tuna (also known as Escolar) A few cucumber slices. This was very satisfying as I had a big breakfast. Snack later in the day was blueberries and almonds.
I play soccer on Wed. nights, so before I went I made a quick stir fry of chicken and asparagus.
No fancy stuff, evoo, garlic, onion, asparagus and 2-3 ounces of chicken.
Breakfast; again quick and simple!
3 brussel sprouts shredded, garlic, red onion, chicken broth and chicken. Sauteed and then simmered for a few minutes. Kiwi and apple. Celery and raw cashews, almonds, for snack. Look how green the kiwi is. Both organic by the way. Check out www.modernforager.com for a stimulating post on organic vs conventional. To add my 2 cents to that. The chicken I bought yesterday, I got at a regular supermarket. I think it's called Murray's. It's free range and natural . It weighed 12 ounces and cost was $5.24. I think that is twice as expensive as lets say Purdue. If you eat correctly, as in in 3-4 ounce portions, is it still expensive? I don't think so.