Wednesday, December 20, 2017

More Stuff I Ate

Now that I'm done with marathon training for a few weeks, I'm enjoying my lazy Saturday mornings in my PJs. I love to make big bowls of Ramen Noodles with Tofu and catch up on Netflix (watching The Keepers right now). I used Sprouts Sriracha Tofu in this bowl, as well as kale, corn, peas, and carrots.


Last Saturday, I actually got up early and got to the Cooper-Young Community Farmers Market right at 9 am because Don of Lulu's Baked only made three tester savory pop-tarts, and I wanted to make sure I got one! These were stuffed with salt-cured smoky beets and tofu scramble. I also got a morning bun stuffed with cashew cheddar and carrot bacon and a maple-chai cookie.



I'm still working through my pre-made dosa batter (the container has 12 servings!), so I've been having dosa for breakfast every day. This morning, I stuffed mine with Tasty Bite Bombay Potatoes. Easy and delicious. Served with homemade chow chow because I don't have any chutney.


I made a simple dish of Curried Lentils one night last week. These had lots of fresh garlic, salt, and curry powder. That's it! Oh, and lots of Trader Joe's Green Dragon Sauce.


Last Sunday, when we did Christmas at my Me-Maw's, my family ordered pizza. So my mom picked me up a special Vegan Veggie Pizza from Uncle Maddio's so I could have pizza too. It has Daiya mozz, red onion, portabellas, broccoli, olives, and bell pepper.


Here's an easy weekday lunch from earlier this week — Split Pea Soup Cup with Grilled Cheese. The soup cup has 16 grams of protein! And it has a vegan bacon flavor. Very good for a soup cup. For the grilled cheese, I used Parmela's Creamery Pepper Jack aged cashew cheese. I also had some kraut on the side.



3 comments:

Susan said...

Those pastries all sound delicious! Definitely worth getting to the markets early for.

Sarah said...

You've been eating so well! Those pastries look absolutely incredible and I am so with you on the Ramen. I never thought to have it as a weekend brunch but I love the idea. I'm definitely inspired to step up my Ramen game. That pizza looks amazing too!

vegan peace said...

A savory vegan pop tart? I would go to the market early too!!
That pizza looks incredible too! I'm super glad I'm making pizza today myself!