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Pescetarian, lovin' the hippie-eats, learned to cook authentic Japanese fare in Kyoto!
Okay, I figured I should add a bit to the above, so here goes:
I'm a on-air personality on a radio station in the city where I live. My girlfriend and I recently bought an art gallery and are in the midst of remodelling the lofts above it for a living space.
My girlfriend and I travel frequently - we just got back from a three week trip to Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil - and I love to pick up recipes as I go.
We've been vegetarian (although we eat fish) for about a year and a half and I absolutely love it. We eat tons of fresh veggies and fruit and pasta and grains and a moderate amount of fish...and I can't imagine ever craving meat in my diet again!
My family are a very meat-and-potatoes type of mid-western, so they are absolutely baffled by this. I think they must imagine what goes on their dinner-plates (Steak, a few pieces of broccoli, a baked potato) and wonder how we can survive on what's left after you remove the meat. Luckily, I'm a pretty good cook - no, make that a very daring cook! No fear! - and my girlfriend is kind of human garbage disposal. Seriously, she's never met an obscure ethnic dish she didn't like.
So, that's it for now.
Sushi, thai, indian, raw foods, mushroom anything!
Olives, capers, grilled asparagus, crusty bread dipped in good olive oil and sea salt, tekka don, roasted garlic, shellfish, chocolate with chili pepper, ceviche, I could go on and on...
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