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From The Cat’s Suitcase

The Cat went on a business trip, stuff that ended up coming back in her suitcase.

Vinegar and Anchovies

Dried Mushroom

Instructions in Italian, what The Mouse could deduce and experience with other dried mushrooms, the Mouse steeped in hot water for about 20 minutes.

The Cat still has jet lag, time difference was eleven hours ahead.

The Mouse made rice porridge.

Jet Lag Bowl

Rice, Napa cabbage, mushrooms, wakame, leftover mushroom omelet, purple sweet potato. salt to taste.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse picked up a bento from the grocery store.

Fried Fish Bento

One of the cheaper choices in bento selection. The broiled salmon or butterfish cost higher, plus the fried fish bento includes vegetable gyoza.

The Mouse made two sandwiches.

Fish Sandwich, Pickled Turnip

Fish Sandwich, Sweet Relish

The Mouse’s new favorite sandwich condiment, pickled radish. Mmm! 🙂

The Cat ate the rice and pickled ginger in a rice porridge bowl.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Leftover

The Cat’s lunch from Friday.

Packed

The Mouse ate the focaccia, the rest for The Cat’s dinner.

The Cat’s Bowl

Jook with carrot, steamed egg, leftovers. Pic is foggy from the steam.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse is still amazed about the rehydration changes of wood-ear fungus. Hee hee.

Before

After

Breadfast

Buttermilk biscuit (from the grocery store), banana, prunes, orange. Kinda healthy, right?

Lunch

Leftover rice, miso, soybeans, wakame seaweed.

Not jook, but rice soup. Still healthy eh? Hee hee.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat didn’t bring lunch from home. A scheduling snafu at the office. The downstairs cafe.

Sandwich, Salad, Soup

The Mouse made “fast” congee, comfort food for The Cat’s stomach.

“Fast” Congee

Leftover rice, lotus seed, dried fava beans, roasted Brussels sprouts, canned bamboo shoot, wood-ear fungus, salt, and toasted sesame oil to finish. Mmm.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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