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7.25.2014 - Food Diary Day #245 (vegan)
I have been raving ramen lately so I decided to make my own! I had some extra sprouts I decided to throw on top. I wasn’t sure how that was going go turn out, but it was yummy!
7.14.2014 - Food Diary Day #244 (vegan)
So this day was an ideal day in as far as what I would eat every day if I could. Look at those 3 square meals! I have been making these amazingly delicious breakfast sandwiches in the morning and taking them to work with me. I was inspired by this post and although I don’t have a panini press, my toaster oven definitely does the trick :).
I didn’t want to have just plain tofu on my salad so I fried it up with some butter and nutritional yeast. The tofu and nooch pieces got super crispy and yummy. And I always feel healthier when I’m eating a spinach salad as opposed to plain lettuce!
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7.12.2014 - Food Diary Day #243 (vegan)
I cannot even explain how touched I was to get a Sabertooth cake from my friends! And I have to say, this dirty chai cake was the most delicious Sabertooth bakery item I’ve ever had! I love Sabertooth cakes because the cake isn’t overly sweet so a bite of it with the sweet frosting is just right! I’m so amazingly grateful for my friends <3.
7.11.2014 - Food Diary Day #242 (vegan)
Vegan food blog, special vegan birthday edition! I started off with making myself pancakes, again with the perfect PPK fluffy pillow pancakes recipe. For dinner, my brother took me out for Korean food at one of my favorite places. In reality, it was just the beginning of a week or so of celebrating, but it was fun to have some of my most fave foods!
7.6.2014 - Food Diary Day #241 (vegan)
Time to talk about 141 Bradford Market, aka if Whole Food was 1,000 times better and even more vegan friendly. Seriously, can we get another one of these in Cambridge, please? Oh my goodness, their hot bar was also amazing and almost entirely vegan.
This muffin was SO much better than Whole foods; it was soft, semi-chewy not too sweet, and loaded with gooey dried fruit goodness. Whole Foods, you need to step up your vegan muffin game!
7.5.2014 - Food Diary Day #240 (vegan)
After the rains of Hurricane Arthur stopped on Saturday, we were hungry literally and figuratively! Brunch at Devon’s was absolutely divine with the dining room view of the whole harbor. The food was impeccable as well; the homemade jam they had on every table was probably the best jam I’ve ever had! My friend and I were joking we could have just ordered toast and been happy :).
I have to admit though the mushroom n’ chips were a bit of a let down. I was so excited to have found a fish n’ chips alternative (previously one of my favorite omni foods as a youngster). I have to say I don’t think button mushrooms were the right choice for this. Something like sliced portobellos, baby bellas, or maybe even enoki mushrooms. The fry on these was nice but I found them underseasoned and the mushrooms had that too-chewy texture they get sometimes. All well!
7.4.2014 - Food Diary Day #239 (vegan)
I headed over to Provincetown (the town on the very tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts) for July 4th weekend! I had never been to the cape before but had been hearing about how great P-Town is for ages. Needless to say I thoroughly stalked ahead of time on yelp for vegan joints!
I was SO overjoyed to find that there was a place with vegan soft serve! I absolutely am so sad there’s no place for vegan soft serve in the Boston area. I remember FoMu served it for a little while right after it opened but not any more (and I never got to try it then, it was always sold out!)
I always sulk a little whenever I’m out on a gorgeous hot day and see others walking which way with cones of soft serve, but I finally got to have some for myself! This was perfectly creamy and sweet. And I love peanut butter :).
7.2.2014 - Food Diary Day #238 (vegan)
I don’t think it’s possible to outgrow the fun of mini pizzas! These were a great breakfast although I wish I had sprinkled some olive oil and salt on top to finish it off. I like teese mozzarella a lot more than I thought that I would. You definitely need to season it but the texture is a lot better than daiya in my opinion.
7.1.2014 - Food Diary Day #237 (vegan)
I can’t get over how beautiful this salad is!!! It’s like a rainbow! And it was super delicious as well. Raw food always gives me a great, big burst of energy :).
6.30.2014 - Food Diary Day #236 (vegan)
Had some leftover ingredients from when I made Shepard’s Pie, so I made it into a lunch for myself. I like how the veggies, protein, and starch each have their little compartments :)
Dinner was very interesting. I decided to try and use up a lot of random ingredients that I had sitting around. First I took some leftover black beans and half an avocado and made some hummus. I also fried up a vegan fish cutlet I have had left in my freezer for a long while. It was SO much better fried than baked! I might actually buy them again now because they got delectably crispy.
My last challenge was a head of radicchio that inexplicably came in a 3 pack of what I thought was romaine lettuce. I had never cooked radicchio before, and after tasting a bit of it raw, I was almost scared to try. This saute came out okay! I didn’t quite have the gumption to bake it like I had seen suggested in some recipes. It was especially yummy with some of the hummus :).