I ate all my food today out of the one same bowl, washing in between, of course.
Applesauce, walnuts, blackberries, raisins, topped with ground flax seed and cinnamon. Irish Breakfast tea.
Salad. Yo, everyone be eyein' my salad lately! Okay, well, two or three people only have commented on it at work, which I find kind of funny because it's delicious, but it's just...salad. It isn't even all that appetizing-looking after it's been thrown around in my bag during the commute. Maybe people at work don't eat vegetables?
My first pizza veggies! I first saw this on Alicia's The Vegan Epicurean, but I think she eats the dish warm. I was really hungry when I got home from work, so I ate my vegetables raw (a LOT of broccoli, chopped spinach, carrot, sundried tomatoes) and just threw some homemade marinara sauce from out of the fridge on top. I also added nooch and black pepper. It would have been great with some black olives, too, but as it was, it was really tasty.
Dessert was one of the bran muffins, not in a bowl. Also, click on that post and leave a comment saying which gift you'd rather receive if you want to take part in the giveaway! Tomorrow's the last day!
One last bowl thing - so, this is a popular concept among vegans, apparently: THE BOWL. I know of at least one cookbook that provides guidelines on how to make your own bowl (of food). I'm not trying to hate on it, and obviously, as a piece of kitchenware, it's very versatile but...how is a Bowl (The Bowl) any different from eating various things separated on a plate? You can put more than one thing on your fork, you know? I'm just confused and if someone could explain the hype and distinguish, I'd be obliged. Thanks. Good night.