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One of the advantages of The Mouse working from home, convenient access to the kitchen (which could be a disadvantage too, hee hee).

More time to prep/cook vegetables between work (stretching breaks).

Braised Turnip with Wakame in Miso

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Celery with Crab Paste

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Toasted Tomato in Olive Oil

Mmm! 🙂 \ooo/

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse’s lunch. A package of instant noods, forgotten in the back of the pantry. Normally, The Mouse doesn’t use the seasoning soup pack, too much salt, doctor’s orders.

Roasted/toasted Brussels sprouts and tomato with oil, salt (just a little bit), and pepper.

Bowl of Noodles

Instead of the soup packet, The Mouse used wakame and a dash of lower sodium shoyu (just a dash) for broth.

Slurp.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Another Costco purchase.

Carrots

The non-orange ones are so much more expensive outside of Costco. 

Cleaned, cut, olive oil, salt, 375 degrees for 30 minutes.

Roasted Carrots

The different colors did not make a difference in taste, still taste like carrot. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat wanted to try. The Mouse cooked.

Red Leaf Kale

Stripped the leafy parts from the stem, thoroughly washed.

Cooked

Sauteed/braised in oil/water, sea salt to taste. In The Mouse’s opinion, the kale tastes earthier than the green leaf variety. The Mouse prefers the green leaf to the red, if there is a choice. Although The Mouse’s opinion might change if braised longer with ham bone or pork belly, like collard greens. Hee hee.

The Mouse made The Cat’s bowl, floated the kale and a fried egg over noodle and vegetable soup.

The Cat’s Bowl

The Cat liked. 

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Not too much happening food-wise. Toaster ovened Brussels sprouts.

Charred Brussels Sprouts

375 degrees, 30 minutes, toasted sesame oil, sea salt, fresh cracked pepper.

Stay safe and well,

The Mouse

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