*Miso soup, while still not a huge favourite, is sooooo simple to make that I’m going to persist and keep eating it until I like it. Made some myself for the first time today.
*Dried figs are the latest food to prove that my taste buds are capable of improvement: used to hate them – now I crave them.
*I’ve been eyeing celery in the shops lately. I absolutely hate it, always have, never buy it and only ever eat it by unfortunate accident. But. It’s supposed to be healthy. It would add another commonly available vegetable to my repertoire. It’s used in recipes all the time and, since I already mostly leave onions out of anything I cook (bah, digestive issues…), it would be nice to be able to actually include an ingredient or two. What say ye? Shall I go forth and get me some stalks and/or roots? Actually, which one should I go for, for taste bud educational purposes?