Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Bowls and Jars!

I'm working from home for the next two weeks, so I'll be doing lots of cooking! But I still have photos from a couple weeks ago to share. Crazy to think I ate the meals in this post back when life was normal, and we weren't all socially distancing and hand-sanitizing like crazy. How the world has changed in two weeks' time!

Here's a Buddha Bowl I made a few weeks ago from The No Meat Athlete Cookbook. It has brown rice, spinach, beets, air-fried tofu, kimchi, avocado, and the most amazing Korean BBQ sauce.

Here's a not-so-pretty bowl enjoyed at my desk at work. I'm only two days into working from home, and I really miss my desk. This has brown rice, lentils, spinach, kimchi, and tahini sauce. No recipe! Just whipped together with some stuff I had at home. The lentils were from a can.

Here's a yogurt bowl I had for breakfast on Friday. I'd gotten some Vega Protein Yogurt to eat as a post-bootcamp snack, but on Friday morning, I realized it probably wasn't safe to go to the gym. So I did yoga at home and had this as my breakfast with berries, apples, flax, pumpkin seed, and tiger nuts.

Imagine Vegan Cafe has started selling Cake Jars! It's basically a slice of cake stuffed into a jar, which makes it super portable and somehow more fun to eat. Plus, you can eat half and keep the rest pretty fresh for a few days in the sealed jar. If you save your jar and bring it back, you get a discount on a cake refill. I picked up this Caramel Vanilla Cake Jar recently.


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Regenbogenwelten said...

That Buddha Bowl looks really good! I feel real summer-vibes, although it's still pretty cold here.
Do you air-fry silken tofu or do you marinade it? For me it seems so hard to spice up plain tofu!

Also the Yogurt-Bowl sounds delicious. I love different seeds and nuts in my breakfast bowls. It's so easy protein for vegans and adds an extra crunch.

Susan said...

Cake Jars??? Genius!