|Yummy Homemade Sushi with Miso|
I've been interested in other cultures ever since I was a kid, but for some reason, I've never been the sort of person who's all about the big landmarks and the things most outsiders are probably interested in. I like to hear about minutiae like what people eat for an everyday breakfast, what the fashion trends are like, what people like to do with their free time, and whether or not they like to dip their fries in gravy or ketchup. Food-related minutiae is always my favorite and absorbing a lot of it eventually makes me want to consume more of it in real life.
|Seaweed and Green Onion Miso|
I loathe yogurt and I swear I was just telling Seth the other day that I wished I didn't so I could take advantage of the health benefits. Well, I guess the universe provided and introduced me to miso. I can eat this instead! Really, it's wonderful and I could easily see enjoying a small cup of this several times a week with my sandwiches or wraps for sure. The more I expand my very limited knowledge of Japanese cuisine, the more I discover to love about it. I think this is something I'd for sure like to continue to do into the future, especially considering how healthful a lot of it is.
Next I'm actually interested in trying some of the traditional Japanese snacks like I've seen on Emmy's YouTube though. I've noticed that a lot of the stuff I was interested in is available through Amazon and... well... I love snack food every so often as a treat. Especially if it's something new and unusual.