Today, I’d like to talk about what we eat every day I used to feel tired and drained all the time even after I try resting and eating properly That’s when I started looking for books in health and wellness, also choosing the right food for me Now I’ve become a vegetarian for the environment, the animals and mostly my precious self Luckily, being a vegetarian works for me. I’d like to try a variety vegetarian diet This is an apple vinegar honey drink to get my energy back and maintain good health It’s a simple mixture of one spoonful of raw honey and two tea spoons of apple vinegar which I drink once a day I go grocery shopping only when I eat up all the remaining ingredients to reduce food waste I’m going to make a homemade salad with what’s in my fridge and head out to market I usually throw in all the ingredients I have at home There goes one last tangerine that waited in the fridge I grind a small amount of whole peppercorns just before its use to keep its flavor longer according to a book I read Black peppers are extremely sensitive to heat, I try not to use it right on top of steaming hot dish Let’s make dressing! sea salt oregano, pepper oil rosemary lime would work I love to craft my own unconventional recipes I turn my leftover lime into a cup of tea. It smells amazing! Christmas ornaments that remind us the season’s greetings After hitting the grocery store, I suddenly felt hungry. I ate an avocado natto bibimbob Next morning I’m going to make Kabocha squash soup Be sure to preheat your stainless steel pot on low to medium heat While bringing the pot to medium heat, start preparing your ingredients Add a splash of water. If it stays in a ball and rolls around, turn off the heat and let the pot cool off Avocado oil has a very high smoke point that makes it great for frying with Just add a cup of water, not to make it too watery Coconut cream I often use for soup, curry, sauce, etc is stays solid in the fridge but it melts easily in heat Season to taste with salt and pepper into a ladle, not straight into the pot When the Kabocha squash gets soft, puree it with a spoon A simple recipe that doesn’t even require a blender Fleur de sel is great as a table salt for its thickness Add some parseley Let’s make salad now Cauliflowers are great to use instead of rice with its nice and sticky texture Salary full of fiber oil sea salt pepper lemon oregano A salad also great as a snack is done! Another grocery shopping day hibiscus tea I bought sweet potatoes-my regular ingredient, carrots, avocados, lemons, grapefruits and tangerines They say two tangerines a day is good, but can’t stop eating’em. My old friend sent me a package full of gifts Drip bags of coffee, bandages, sugar and a short letter I feel a lump in my throat, a day filled with her love and friendship Pour some water through the filter three times then fill the rest with hot water. Just the way I like it The smell of coffee spreading throughout my small minimalist room, it’s been a while A vegetarian diet makes me hungry more often, I bought a bag of rice I’m going to make an avocado natto bibimbob, my favorite eat out dish Rinse the rice and soak it for half an hour. Using a 1 to 1 water to rice ratio, put them into the pot Bring it to boil and reduce the heat to low heat for 15 minutes Then turn off the heat, let it sit for 5 more minutes. Voila! Delicious, savoring stove cooked rice Cut well riped avocado Add rucola avocado half and natto A pinch of salt and pepper on a riped avocado is the best Here goes newly bought sesame oil and the left over radish slices Dried seaweed Here is my avocado natto bibimbab! I made Kimbab with leftovers Salt and sesame oil to rice ruccola and avocado roll it tight but be careful not to push too hard Finish with pepper and here you go! The next day, I tried with seasoned spinach, stir-fried carrot and avocado Maybe too much rice this time, but still so delicious Hibiscus tea I often enjoy night time This is my fridge right after grocery shopping apple vinegar, coconut cream, celery, lemon slices green olives, black olives various Indian spices carrots, sweet potatoes, tangerines, broccolis, rice, vegetables for salad whole peppers, oregano, parsley, coconut cream, rice I keep my spices in small portions to keep them fresh apple and lemon I’ll make vegetable coconut curry Stir fry sweet potatoes, carrot, cabbage and cauliflower with avocado oil, add coconut cream and water Add turmeric and other Indian spices Completed with parsley and sun-dried salt! I have a new hobby That’s a long forgotten “drawing.” Avocado! A place for things that make me happy and adding values to life I met up with this kitten again Fortunately, he had been taken care of by neighbors As I practice minimalism, I get to live more meaningful and independent life What I eat what I use what I want to experience and meaningful relationships minimalism that gave me courage to live the way I am, and last but certainly not least Thank you for watching!