Glazed miso turnips are nestled among filling soba noodles dressed in a creamy black sesame seed dressing for a bold bowl of flavor.
By Sofia Eydelman
Are you an intuitive cook or do you enjoy the habit of following a recipe?
When I cook, I let curiosity guide the process. I’ve written about intuitive cooking here and here and I have been meaning to write about the benefits of cooking that way. What I’m starting to realize, however, is that the benefits have nothing to do it. Some people are an intuitive “rebel” and others are more habitual in their cooking process, and that’s ok.
I’m thinking that maybe this whole “intuitive cooking” thing is just crazy talk to most people, those that love a good meal plan and shopping list. I am hoping to explore the topic a lot more, but maybe from the perspective of how to eat well in the absence of habits – for my fellow rebels. What do you guys think?
I’ve said nothing about the adorable baby turnips yet, but this time I’m hoping that the pictures and recipe speak for themselves. The creamy black sesame dressing is my new way with soba noodles and if you’re going to get one thing out of this whole weird “intuitive cooking and habits meet cute turnips” post, make that!Print
Sofia is the relentless experimenter, mess maker, and picture taker behind From the Land we Live on – a food blog focused on sharing ideas and seasonal recipes inspired by ingredients found close to home.