Learning to appreciate

Something suddenly struck my mind during lunch time today. So it goes where I have take-away some sushi (Salmon Sashimi) from Umi Sushi today when I made a trip down to Funan IT Mall during lunch hour. Just when I have settled down at my client place and almost ready to enjoy the sashimi.

So as per my dietary habit, I will enjoy my sashimi with light soy sauce and wasabi. Call it lucky or unlucky, I was given a pack of light sauce which I had difficulty tearing it open and finally gave up because:

  1. I am in my customer premises
  2. I shouldn’t be dirtying the place here
  3. I should be careful with my attire

Eventually I gave up on opening the pack of light sauce and tried to eat it without the sauce. At this point of time, this struck me that sometimes I (or maybe there are others) who enjoyed food or stuffs with additional topping which somehow destroy or cover up the original taste.

In this manner, we do not actually get to enjoy the originality of the things. Therefore, I think it is a good start that we should learn to appreciate things in its original manner and look at things in a different aspect.

If you were me, would you join me in appreciate food without any added sauce?

Cheers,
Milton

2 thoughts on “Learning to appreciate

    • June 5, 2015 at 9:41 pm
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      This is why I am doing it the wrong way!

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