Wish I could have done it earlier, but better late than never. Plus it took us a while to make this place looked really lived in. I hope you enjoy this little tour.
If you’ve ever been to Japan you know that finding where to eat here is very, very easy. And the food is pretty good anywhere you go. At least I’m yet to find a place where I would not like the taste of what’s being served. But if you (like me) actually live here, trying to find a balance between your busy schedule and healthy eating habits might be a bit difficult. First of all, some of Japanese food is not exactly healthy: miso soup is a real sodium bomb, tempura and all kinds of agemono (deep-fried dishes) are cooked in oil (say hi to cholesterol!), plus mayonnaise and soy sauce that are widely used in cooking… not exactly healthy either. Cooking for yourself and choosing what exactly you want to eat is an obvious healthy choice, but…
Ain’t nobody got time for that?! （￣□￣||）
That’s when I found an interesting service, which I’ve only tried for a week for now, but it is certainly promising: assemble-your-own-dinner kit “Oisix”! ⤵
It’s been a long while since I posted anything here. Well, let’s just say I sorta took a break. It’s just how I am, always getting passionate about something, then fading away and then coming back again.