This recipe for cold soba noodles with a ginger orange tahini sauce takes about 10 minutes to prepare. Quick, easy, and delicious.
Curiosity is our best friend when it comes to health and my eating habits have sure been curious lately. Since settling into the new schedule of Monday -Friday without Jordan I’ve noticed some quirks.
When he was around often times in the afternoon between sessions or school work we would check in regarding lunch, and then throw together something both of us wanted, but that typically meant heavier food, it was usually later in the afternoon, and it always threw off my dinner plans. Flying solo for lunch every day has been quite interesting. I want simple food. I want it right around noon. I want Easy food. Cold food. Nothing complicated.
Sometimes it’s just a smoothie, last week I had veggie bowls with sauerkraut 3 days in a row and this week it was all about these soba noodles.
For all the work I’ve done around food I am still awe struck by how habits are formed and sometimes unhealthy habits take over without us noticing. When what I really want to eat for lunch is a bowl of steamed veggies, why did I end up eating a bowl of pasta? I’ll tell you why, it was made for me, plated for me, and plopped down right in front of me. Duh. Of course.