After many hours of walking and an unexpected steep hike to a monkey park, we were ready for some fuel! We got lucky and found this vegan restaurant, Musubi Cafe, on the Happy Cow app. That app is a MUST when traveling, especially when traveling outside of the country.
The first thing I had was a big celery and kale smoothie. It hit the spot.
Chickpea onion curry over rice. I was a happy girl to have a plate of beans.
I don’t usually eat white rice but when I travel I’m not fussed about it.
Later that night we popped into a sushi restaurant and I ordered some edamame beans, miso, green tea soba and an avocado roll. It hit the spot just right. I like going to sushi restaurants because my wife eats fish, and I can always find something to enjoy.
As we walked back to our Airbnb, we stopped and watched the sun go down.
Kyoto touched my soul and made me smile from within. It is such a lovely city.
Our teeny tiny kitchen was minuscule compared to American standards, but I was so happy to have it. I made miso soup for breakfast each morning.
I started with some organic broccoli.
I simmered the broccoli in water until it was tender.
When the broccoli was done simmering, I emptied it out of the pot and added some water to the pot. I simmered the water and then turned off the heat and added some miso paste.
I washed and chopped up some kale.
And finally, I added some miso broth to our bowls, added some simmered broccoli and some kale. Breakfast was served!
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