It's nice to meet new people who teaches me new ideas for lunch. It's also great to be able to volunteer in school on lunch time since I get to move around and peek on each one's lunches. Each time I see something interesting, I'd ask what they're having for lunch. I turn to Google and check what they are. If they are a certain cuisine that's pretty tricky to make, I sought for my friends' help, which they never fail to teach me the easiest way to make it health-wise.
Today's lunch is sushi rolls with Furikake. Furikake is a Japanese rice seasoning that consists of sesame seeds, roasted seaweeds and dried bonito mix. A Japanese friend taught me how to use it. I was told to sprinkle sparingly since this gives the rice a palatable salty flavoring. Anything too much might make it too salty. It actually depends on the mix you're using. I'm slowly introducing Mr G into it and see how he liked it. So far, he has given me a thumbs up.
On top left is shelled edamame, and on top right is his favorite treat GoldFishes.
Hope you're having a great lunch ahead!
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