It's citrus-trading time of year.
I recently swapped a sack of my oranges for a bag of grapefruit from Zoomie's clever foraging.
It is very good to unload fruit that burdens you, but it invariably results in a net zero. Give some, get some.
Speaking of being burdened by food, we are currently in a moratorium on food buying. We have so much summer in the freezer to work our way through. And all those dried beans. Pasta. Pickled peppers. I haven't even gotten to the dried cayenne peppers. Prunes!
Still, little bits of buying occur. A couple of avocados happened. Some iceberg lettuce. Of course, that jar of kimchi.
Well, it all added up perfectly, especially since I am now a pro at supreming citrus. I was doing it cloddishly the first time, but now it's whack and whack.
Hence, a delightful salad of grapefruit segments alternated with avocado slices, atop a bed of lettuce, and dressed with a mix of kimchi juice and other makin's.