I’m a big believer in people eating a wide variety of food because our bodies weren’t really designed to eat the same 10 things each week. I try to do this in 3 ways:
1. When I eat out at Korean restaurants, I literally eat almost every side-dish (banchan) that comes along with the main meal. Oftentimes, it’s random mountain herbs or seaweed or some other “strange to the Westerner” type thing, but I eat then anyway.
2. The organic box. Lots of random Korean green and other veggies each week!
3. My smoothie grain mix. I order lots of different stuff from the most fabulous Iherb and then I mix them up in a Ziplock bag in order to save time when I make my green smoothies in the morning. I’ll just add a couple tablespoons if I’ll be able to eat lunch at a normal time, or 4-5 if I have class during lunch and will have to eat late.