In the past few days, I seemed to have developed a hyper-sensitivity to salt. All the processed food in my refrigerator tastes like it's had a bottle of salt dumped on it. It tastes bad and I'm worried it will kill me.
Plus, I like to be surprised by food.
So, here is what we will do: Every day, I will make whatever the people on here tell me to prepare. Will it be the first person who responds or will I simply pick one I like? I don't know yet!
Only three rules:
1. The food and quantity and quality has to be filling and
nutritious. (As much as I'd like to live on raw fruits and vegetables, when I do that I feel constantly tired and hungry)
2. The ingredients must be readily found in an American grocery store. However, I live in a multicultural community, with a couple of "international" grocery stores, so I still might be able to find stuff like plum sauce, kimchi, seaweed, and eels.
3. The dish cannot take more than 30 minutes to prepare or require any difficult preparation process.
There are no specific rules on taste or contents, although I probably won't be eating any slugs or rats off of the ground, sorry.
When I'm done, I'll take photos and tell you how it was.
This is all being done 24 hours in advance. So, any responses today is what I will be eating for dinner tomorrow.
The best things in life aren't things.