Crustless spaghetti squash and Tomato pie:

-1 large tomato (2 small)
- 1 half of a spaghetti squash
- handful of spinach
- miso paste (for taste)
- thyme, rosemary and oregano
- (vegan cheese or nutritional yeast)

You start of by cutting your spaghetti squash in half, and if you like you can drizzle it with olive oil for crispness, but you can also just add a sprinkle of salt and season with rosemary. Bake it in the oven for 50 - 60 min face down, on 200c.

While the squash is in the oven, start preparing the other ingredients. Slice the tomato in thin slices, and wash the spinach thoroughly. Take the squash out when you easily can scrape the “insides” out. Add the squash to a pan, and add the spinach and miso. When the spinach is cooked and everything is incorporated put the mixture in a form. Place the thinly sliced tomato on top and sprinkle with a little thyme.
If you like you can top it with a sprinkle of vegan cheese, but it goes well without it too.
Bake it in the oven for about 15 min 200c, or until the tomatoes look done. Take it out and sprinkle with a little oregano to finish it of, or nutritional yeast for a cheesy flavor. 🌿
Enjoy 😋
For a little twist, you can put the squash mixture back in the skin and bake it there instead of in the form.

I’m going to eat two pieces of crustless bread both smeared with 300k calories worth of green tea milk spread before I sleep n I’m literally just praying my mom doesn’t suddenly come downstairs from watching her kdramas to beat my ass @ 11:00PM.

Elementary School

You meet her in second grade,
she is counting the squares in the picture
with the tip of a No. 2 pencil, just in case
her addition is wrong. The boys at your table
make fun of her. You tell them to shut their mouths,
so they make fun of you.
Instead of listening
you watch her. She has glasses like yours, thick
brown frames. Thick brown hair. Thick pencil case
filled with as many colored crayons as it can hold

You find her at lunch. She sits alone at the edge
of a long table full of boys
throwing fruit snacks into each other’s mouths.
She ducks when they miss.

Sliding into the seat next to her,
you introduce yourself, approaching her like she’s a rabbit
in your yard
who could run off at any second, hiding back in its hole,
hiding back behind brown bangs.

But you both have crustless peanut butter sandwiches
and chocolate milk, so she doesn’t leave.

She only likes yellow eggs, she tells you.

You invent games on the playground
and run races even though she always wins.

On the last day of school her mother packs her a giant cookie
from the diner by her house.
She breaks it in half
and gives you the bigger piece.


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