For a full explanation of what this challenge is, please follow this link here — https://fitcouchpotato.com/2018/10/29/challenge-remaking-sims-4-meals-introduction-and-index/ —
For the previous meal, please follow this link here — https://fitcouchpotato.com/2019/04/15/remaking-sims-4-meals-normal-cooking-level-one-white-cake-part-9/ —
I can’t believe that this is my tenth Sims meal I’m remaking. It’s crazy to me. It feels like I’ve been doing this challenge forever. It’s been an interesting journey and I’m super curious if I will walk away at the end of this with a new-found passion for food and a lot of new personal favourites. Onno and I somehow stick to the same few meals and I slowly want to incorporate new things into our diet. I explained it before but since this is the last meal for a while, I should probably explain it one more time. I’ve decided to take a small break every 10 parts when it comes to all of my blog series. This is mainly to give me some breathing room. I like to prepare these Sims meal in advance and as we go through all the levels, some of the meals will require more time to prepare. It also gives me my blog some space. At the moment my Mondays look like this: random blog, review, sims meal, random blog, review, sims meal and etc. I realize not all of my readers are here for my blog series and this way I have a finely tuned balance with what type of content I release. The breaks will be 6 months long. What this means that part 11 of this blog series will go up on the 5th of August. It’s going to be the one you’ve all been waiting for, the hamburger cake! Honestly, when this thought of this entire challenge popped into my head and I saw that I had to a hamburger cake, I nearly pulled the plug. I don’t know what I’m dreading more, the hamburger cake or the turkey dinner. Anyway, so while this meal might be a bit boring and uneventful, the next one will make up for it. I would definitely recommend you check out the introduction and index blog of this blog series, there you can see what meals are next. It’s the first link that I always post at the start of these.
Okay, now that the long introduction is out of the way, let’s get started.
I think it’s safe to say that most of my readers reading this blog has seen or tried a green salad before. It’s super simple and incredibly popular with vegetable lovers. I personally have never liked the green salad. It’s just all types of textures that makes my skin crawl and it doesn’t taste like anything. I hate raw tomatoes and I don’t know, there is just nothing I like about it. Well, maybe the feta cheese but that’s about it. So, I wasn’t entirely excited for this one but I figured, hey make this and if you don’t like it just give to the husband. He will eat it.
I started by grating one medium sized carrot. I then cut up one onion and sliced the cucumbers into little triangles. I then sliced the cherry tomatoes into half and dumped it into the bowl.
I added the lettuce, some olive oil, seasoning and olives for the husband and gave it a good mix. That’s it. The green salad was finished within 5 minutes.
I took a few bites and called it a day. The husband ate most of it and yeah. What else is there to say? It’s a green salad… Here is the finished result.
Susan from the Sims made her salad within seconds. It’s a quick job. On her cutting board straight from the fridge she had some onion, lettuce, tomatoes and a yellow pepper. She then proceeded to cut the vegetables and seasoned them before mixing it all together in a mixing bowl.
Her final green salad looks pretty good although it seems to have mushrooms in and I didn’t think to add that in my green salad. I still think it’s an acceptable match and a job well done.
Let’s compare the two!
And now, let’s rate!
Taste: 10/10 – Once again, I allowed my husband to choose the rating on this one. My raiting is minus ten as I knew walking into it that my husband would be the one eating it and thus I couldn’t add the only part I like; the feta cheese.
Look: 10/10 – It’s a green salad. It looks like one. It’s just that simple.
How easy it is to cook: 10/10 – Techincally I didn’t cook a single thing. I just cut up some vegetables and called it a day.
That’s about it. There isn’t much else that I can say. I hope you enjoyed this blog and I will see you on the 5th of August when we continue where we left off.
Thank you so much for reading and I will see you in a click!