1. I’m a big potato fan, but I’m not sure I could live on them …unless stranded on Mars. I love the idea of you miso tahini dressing or cashew sour cream – that’s quite a sophisticated breakfast on the go 🙂

    • Ha! I don’t particularly like potatoes and my husband is allergic to them, but sweet potatoes are ok. The breakfast on the go is really often leftover dinner, likely eaten cold. The sauces are what make things fancy.

    • I love that. That’s exactly what this is. A pile of pre prepped goodness. Hope you guys are well. We went back to the halva spot and had dessert then dinner at the middle eatern place behind it. Such a great find! Sometimes it takes a visitor to show you your own town.

  2. Adore your efforts of healthy cooking & lifestyle, Amanda. As usual, you find powerful words to express the meaning behind the meal. Good to hear you! S.

  3. You’re so right – simple foods can be best. The good stuff doesn’t need so much dressing up 🙂 Always love your posts. Wishing you well in your quest for simplicity!

    • Thanks, Liz. It’s sometimes harder than you think to find simple food if you’re not making it yourself. But there are also some subtle ways to keep simple food interesting like sauces and little changes. I’m enjoying the challenge.

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