People choose their food, well… when there are options, while animals rely on their instincts.
Also people cook most of their food.
Quite a lot of decisions involved in the simple act of eating, don’t you think?
And cooking for somebody else or of for more than one person further complicates things!
Toast: I don’t think you need directions for that. Use whole grain or rye.
Mash thoroughly a couple of cloves of garlic in a bowl, using coarse salt and a wooden pestle.
Add peeled/pitted avocado and mash with a fork. Add grated fresh ginger (use a very fine Parmesan grater), ground green pepper, chopped red onions, chopped cilantro and lime juice. Stir. Taste. Adjust taste.
Mash another couple of cloves of garlic in a plate or salad bowl using the same method and equipment. Add roughly chopped chocolate tomatoes, fresh champignons (white mushrooms), red onions, cilantro, salt, ground green pepper, lime juice and olive oil. Stir gently, taste, adjust.
I eat this combination with very small green olives, the kind that have a slightly bitter taste. I just pop them in my mouth but you can add them in the salad if you like. You’ll have to experiment on this one, not all olives ‘fit’ in here.
Yes, white mushrooms can be eaten raw but you need to use really fresh ones – otherwise they loose their aroma.
I never use scales or measures when cooking so I can’t give you a proper recipe, one that would comprise quantities. You have to do your own experimenting. Taste frequently.