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Friday, May 11, 2012

I sure like to eat out of bowls

Guys! I am still a bit overwhelmed with doing non bloggy things but hopefully it'll all calm down soon. Til then, food:

                                   Raw mulberry-walnut granola with bananas in rice milk

Inspired by Lauren at Ginger is the New Pink and her awesome hummus/kraut salads. Spinach, zucchini, curry kraut, tomatoes, garlic hummus

                    Brown rice, Field Roast Chipotle link, raw broccoli, cherry tomatoes

                Spinach, broccoli, mushrooms, tomatoes, curry roasted chickpeas, curry kraut

One of the rare times I cook kale is when it's otherwise about to go bad. This was a super tasty bowl: steamed kale, carrot, and daikon, tofu, scallions, and mushrooms with sriracha and sesame seeds.

miso soup with spinach, shiitake mushrooms, daikon, carrot, scallion, hijiki, and shirataki noodles with ginger and lotsa sriracha.
I will catch up with all of you soon!

21 comments:

  1. Girl, you must poop like a rock star!

    (I mean that in a good way! Pooping is good!)

    Couldn't resist :-)

    XOXO

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    1. Why yes I do, and I'm very proud of it :)

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    2. You should be! It's one of the best ways to amazing health :-)

      P.S. We always use all the bowls in our house, approximately every 24 hours. The three of us in my fam are obsessed with bowls!

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  2. Why use a plate when you can use a bowl, right? I've been saving pictures of the food I eat in bowls and someday soon I'm gonna do a bowl post, too. Your bowls look especially good.

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    1. Exactly how I feel. Especially since I'm a klutz and always manage to push food off of a plate.

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  3. I love bowls! Really beautiful meals all the way around. How are the shirataki noodles? I've been curious about them.

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    1. The shirataki noodles are really good! They smell a bit weird but you rinse them and they're very neutral tasting. I like the texture for soups best because they're more like rice noodles than wheat noodles, but I've seen recipes using them like spaghetti or whatever.

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  4. yeah, haven't tried the shirataki.....just wondering how much they are processed......love the raw fruit breakfast bowls.

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    1. These are the ingredients: WATER, TOFU (SOYBEANS, CALCIUM SULFATE, GLUCONO DELTA LACTONE), YAM FLOUR, CALCIUM HYDROXIDE.
      I really enjoy them and the nutritional info is pretty sound: low carb, low calorie, high protein, gluten-free, sugar-free... my one gripe is that they kind of clump together but that's me being nit-picky.

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  5. Your bowls always look so fantastic. Healthy, vibrant and delicious! I hope things calm down for you soon. :)

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    1. Thanks, molly. I'm bringing a lot of it on myself... I really should just stop, ha.

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  6. I'm digging all the kraut and kale...and more kale. I've been eating all raw this past week from an Ani Phyo fat buster book, and you're so right; feels great to eat all/high raw, I really notice the difference. Still a bit of cooked kale never goes astray, especially when you've steamed it so nicely; it's still very vibrant looking.

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    1. Good for you! How do you like the book?? Kale and kraut are definitely fabulous. I should start eating raw more too.

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    2. I really like Ani Phyo...just recently got into her books. I definitely want to get her raw food Asia book; I tried the mushroom bulgogi recipe and it was delicious. As for the fat blasy book; I like the smoothie recipes. It's got me into doing more smoothies, but some of the recipes are a little bland for my tastes...I spice them up a bit with adding garlic, chilis, etc.

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  7. Beautiful! Hope you're doing well :-)

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  8. Those are some mighty fine looking bowls girl! You've given me some great inspiration for next week's meals.

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  9. You definitely have a gift for thinking of various and sundry food items to throw together into a bowl. Somewhat disappointed you didn't depict the bowls resting on top of esoteric reading and drawing projects.

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    1. Next time! I have so much esoterica cluttering up every bit of every table here...

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  10. I love eating out of bowls too! :) Right about now I'd probably go for that miso soup...or that granola, since it's technically breakfast time. Lately I've been eating lunch for breakfast though... just haven't been in the mood for sweet!

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