Saturday, August 25, 2007

Lunch at the KI

Lunch at the KI
Originally uploaded by macro808
Before I left the KI for the Summer Conference, I managed to take a photo of one of the meals that was very yummy. This was a white bean salad, nishime kabocha squash, brown rice onigiri, greens, and some fantastic pickles. Their home made pickles there totally rocked my world.


Anonymous said...

Do they usually eat such amounts of food in one serving? I just wonder, because I have returned from the Netherland macrobiotic institute and the food portions are very small, like half of what you can see on your photo.

Leslie said...

Yep, people eat that much! My plate was an average amount. Many people went back for seconds. It's delicious food. When I lived in Japan, people ate tiny portions. My life was far more active than theirs and I always felt somewhat hungry still.