The pescatarian adventure is coming along nicely and the family is taking the ride with me at home. They are still eating the whole stuff at school but don't eat meat at home any more. We started this in early november and it feels good!
Pauline jumped on the wagon and ordered her vegetarian school meal a few weeks ago. There are already a lot of people doing this at the German school so she is in good company. And with the healthy food here and the amount of soy in the Korean cuisine there really is no problem of missing anything!
As for "Move more, eat well", there is also progress. Markus and I are doing our exercises, we eat well, spend time outside in the wonderful winter sun and I am tracking my progress in a journal. There are even days when you can find me walking the dog at 7.30 in the morning WITHOUT MOANING!
Thangs again to Cathy to initiate this new workshop wich is a great way to combine healthy living with scrapbooking (who would have ever thought that?!)
And again and again I am thankful for the best kitchen helper ever: Jakob is joining me all the time preparing food. He wants to become a chef and have his own restaurant. Markus is constantly warning him what these working times will do to his family life but he is still convinced.
And here a glimpse of a leftover lunch setup for me alone when everybody was at school or at work: Salade Nicoise, mushroom risoniotto, penne with spinach and green tea: Life can be so good - and yummy!
For the Lunar New Year we got our yearly gifts from the companies Markus works with. They sent us like 10 kg of meat in a freezer gift suitcase. I told him he'd better bring one of these fruit cakes they are selling for loads of money in the supermarkets now. And as if they had heard us, he came back the next day with one of them:
So we are eating our daily apple and I also did make a super delisious Tarte Tatin but unfortunately it was one before I could take a picture...
Have you eaten your Greens today?