Needless to say, all this has made it a little hard to pack lunches but I'm slowly getting settled in and I'm back on track. The first thing I did before moving in was shop for all the spices, sauces and marinades I could ever possibly need so I think it's pretty clear that the only thing I care about is the kitchen. It's true, I chose bay leaves over a couch and I think that's okay.
This kale and sesame salad is from a little while ago but it was so good and easy that I had to share, and it can easily be taken to work as a cold lunch the next day. My sister and I even made our own spring rolls filled with the ingredients below and some shrimp and vermicelli noodles (but I'm too lazy to type out a recipe for those).
What you'll need:
- Sesame seeds
- Red cabbage
- Sesame oil
Shred the carrots and the red cabbage, chop up the kale, and toss with sesame oil and sesame seeds. Serve and enjoy!
I didn't have any leftover for work the next day, but I did my own take on a Starbucks Protein Bento meal and I think I won.
- Kale, smoked salmon, olives and cucumbers
- Mixed nuts and dried fruit (hazelnuts, almonds, raisins, goji berries)
- Hardboiled egg and some cheese curds
- Apple slices and a breakfast bun