autumn is here. temperatures, humidity, and amounts of sunlight are changing. i tend to be most vulnerable to physical illness this time of year. to start the winter well, i need to start the winter strong. eating well is an important part of avoiding a cold or preventing bronchitis and so on. it’s so tempting to eat lots of processed mass-produced food this time of year because it’s a quick and easy way to replace the energy cost of diminished sunlight. but it’s not worthwhile. this should be taught in schools.
the meal above features Japanese style omelette, garden tomatoes, onions, and two different types of cabbage.