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Leftover brown rice and furikake

My kinda/sorta nutritious desk lunch. Furikake are sprinkles of seaweed, sesame seed, salt, sugar and good old MSG. I honestly don’t mind a little MSG in moderation. I even put a little in homemade vegetable stews.

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Lauren Vogelbaum

November 11th, 2009
8:45 pm

Furikake is one of my most favorite simple things. I like the kind that includes little freeze-dried bonito flakes. Mostly on leftover white rice for breakfast (and sometimes when I’m feeling like a rockstar, with a fried egg on top for mixin’ in).

Clearly you’re doing better than I am on the “nutritious” front.

Babette

November 19th, 2009
5:37 pm

Loving the top chef updates. Then eyes wandered to this and I read:

Leftover brown rice and fruitcake. Then eyes wandered to photo and I thought: oh, clever, he made a play on the name…then of course, read the title for real.

I better power down.