Dating apps. Thoughts? I decided to give it a go as a little experiment, as I am constantly knocking them without ever actually trying it out. Putting my money where my mouth is.
And so far:
Every. Single. Person who does an Iron Man is single. Or every single man on this app has done an iron man.
Note to self: Always ask upon meeting a new man if he has done an Iron Man, and if he responds with “yes”.
And. Welp. That’s all I got thus far. If you don’t ever hear from me again you can blame it on the dating app. It’s addicting AF.
But now, focusing on my other addictions, food. Mostly because we can’t live without it. So technically we are all addicts. But this dish in particular really tickles my fancy. And makes me feel all healthy and crap.
Free free to use traditional Yakisoba noodles if you aren’t on any diet restrictions // feel like going all out. I actually ended up adding buckwheat (gluten free) soba noodles in addition to the zucchini noodles because I was feeling feisty.
I use red cabbage vs green cabbage, that you would find traditionally in Yakisoba. I wanted a boost of Vitamin C & A (though both varieties are rich in nutrients – so either or works here!). Plus… red cabbage is just so pretty 🙂
For an even lighter version of this dish you may use chicken over pork.
The sauce definitely contains a decent amount of sodium so no salt is needed. But since I’m a sucker for anything salty I used the entire thing of sauce for this dish. You may find that you don’t need to use it all so I recommend adding only half, and then going from there.