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Thursday, January 16, 2014

A Couple Days Worth

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Spinach, tempeh, Japanese sweet potato, sundried tomatoes, dried cranberries with nooch and Braggs.

A similar salad with more cooked components: spinach, brown rice, lentils, sweet potato, sundried tomatoes, Braggs and nooch.

The last of the TJ bagels. Never again will I give in. Vegan cream cheese on the left, Earth Balance on the right (the last of two containers.) TERMINATOR COFFEE.

                                          Haxan relaxing NEXT to the comfortable seat.

                               Overnight oats with coconut flakes and pomegranate seeds.

                          Raw kale, sweet potato, lentils, tomato. Tahini dressing post photo.

                    Vegetarian split pea soup from WF with a rosemary focaccia bread stick.

                                                        One a dese guys. Byeeeeee

17 comments:

  1. A great couple of days of meals, if you ask me! Lots of lovely and colorful items - always inspiring! I know you are referencing a song, and I can hear it in my head, but I can't recall the name. . .

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    1. It's probably for the best we don't mention the song.

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  2. I usually do one half butter/one half cream cheese only because I can't decide. I've also never paid for a Raw Rev bar. Not because I'm a klepto, but because they're always giving them out at events!

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    1. I wish bagel shops would let us do that. Although they don't really seem to provide vegan butter as readily as they do cream cheese. Odd, no?

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  3. Waz wrong with the TJ bagels? Are they not bagelly enough? Too bagelly?

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    1. Yes, that's exactly it. They're cakey! Not dense! Just bread! Bah!

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  4. I wonder if you'll be able to keep to your TJ resolution. You have to get real NY bagels since you live there. I've never been able to get split peas to cook. I thought mine were too old so I got new ones but they didn't cook, either. Damn. What am I doing wrong? Maybe buying them already cooked at WF is the answer.

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    1. Ugh, I hope so. It's just more convenient, rather than stopping at a bagel shop...
      I've had the same problem with split peas! I even soaked some beforehand! What is WF's secret? maybe they're smaller? or blended?

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  5. No way I'm replicating any of those Salads. Braggs & Nooch? Nooch & Braggs? 'No' and 'No'.

    Haxan must help keep the floor clean.

    Our local WFs seems to have stopped making Split Pea Soup. I really miss it. Nice signature chomp on the breadstick.

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    1. You can make them with Goddess dressing ya know. That makes anything taste better.
      Haxan sure is made of dust, but I also sweep up about an equal amount of her weight each week.

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  6. Gorgeous salads as always. You know that I approve of anything that has sun dried tomatoes ;) Haxan is so damn cute! The soup looks really yummy and I love the sound of the Rosemary Focaccia bread stick! Rosemary bread is so delicious, I bet it's really great with soup.

    I approve of no more TJs bagels ;)

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    1. Definitely digging the sun dried tomatoes. The fresh ones all go bad before I can use them up! The breadstick alone was a little dry but perfect for dippage.

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  7. It's the brevity I like, the brevity. Cats are funny.

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  8. Oh, beautiful pomegranate seeds.

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  9. Do you do anything to the tempeh before it meets its salady end? I need to know how to make tempeh better. I want to be one of those tempeh-eaters that are all like 'yeah, tempeh's amazing, it's one of my favourites'. So share your secrets, tempeh lady...

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