His and her broccoli, chicken sausage, and shirataki noodle lunchboxes! (mine is the cuter three compartment one!)
As much as I would love for everyone to believe that I always make super complicated, complex, and delicious foods for Ken every day, all the time, always, and without fail… that would just be a lie. Some (if not most) days just call for simpler things! This is a picture of a typical lunch/ dinner for us when Ken is doing Keto. The shirataki noodles, sometimes referred to as miracle noodles, are actually quite delicious and zero everything. Zero carbs, zero calories, zero, zero, zero! Some people think the noodles smell bad and have a weird texture, but neither of these things have ever bothered me. Make sure to rinse the noodles when they come out of the package! I usually just plop them in a pot of boiling water for about 3 to 5 minutes, set them out in a colander over a mixing bowl to drain and dry, and then mix in a few drops of sesame oil. The noodles actually pick up flavor pretty well. In this particular instance, I put in a spoonful of hot chili sauce in addition to the sesame oil.
That’s it! I will be back with some japanese curry and healthy sesame soups. Thanks for reading!