I believe in process. I believe in four seasons. I believe that winter's tough, but spring's coming. I believe that there's a growing season. And I think that you realize that in life, you grow. You get better.
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Surprisingly the star of this omakase was the soup which, unassuming as it looked was a perfect epitome of hearty and umami. I'm salivating just thinking about it 🤤. Even our food amateur @lanxal ordered another. You sir are a budding connasieur.
Best selections of the omakase: Surf clam, first time trying this but it was goooooood. Hokkaido crab, prawn, mantis prawn, sea urchin and roe was an expectant nod to the gods of the freshest seafood of Japan being served in Hokkaido, Otaru. Hallelujah! 🙌
Reminder never to eat again: Herring roe. Not sure why this is such a popular thing here but deary deary me. Am I eating the rubber soles of a doc marten? Quite possibly.
It’s all too easy to see the problems in the world. For most, they are too obvious to miss. But I find myself focusing on those problems to a fault. It’s important to know what is awry in order to come up with solutions. But I, like many, tend to rant and rave about the problems I see and then halt as if I’m incapable of considering solutions.Yet solutions can be just as obvious as the problems if our mindsets are zoned in.
This post and a few posts to follow will be about encouraging what you can do, instead of complaining about what you aren’t doing.
They’re everywhere. The inventor of the first plastic bag never intended for them to be disposable, only cheaper, easier to carry, and ultimately better for the planet. He actually kept one folded up in his pocket similar to how we are using our reusable bags at the grocery these days. Over time we took his invention for granted, and it was seen as a valueless disposable item.
But we know better now. We know that they simply don’t go away, and recycling isn’t all what it’s cracked up to be. We know they end up in the oceans causing terrible things to happen to the creatures we love, or sit in landfills acting as oxygen buffers for the naturally compostable materials we mindlessly put in our bigger plastic garbage bags.
To solve this, we can all carry our own bags, whether it’s in a purse or a pocket, to be responsible towards the world we live in. Once you get in the habit it’s of no concern at all. I’ve been doing it for over 2 years and it’s become a way of life.
That includes the produce plastic sleeves to put fruits and veggies in. The grocery clerk only has to weigh your goods, it doesn’t have to be covered in a bag that you will immediately dispose of after leaving the store.
Solutions are there and easier than ever, and reusing is a powerful way individuals can make a difference.
Let’s put disposable plastics out of business .