A really depressing Vega drink. I had NO food in the house, so this was Vega protein powder mixed with water, coconut-almond milk, and a bit of coffee. I felt like a sad astronaut drinking this. It's not the Vega's fault. It's mine. It needed a banana and some spinach :(
THIS is the effort level I need to stay at. Raw, vegan pad thai. Sumer is a-cumin in. Zucchini noodles, mango, avocado, red cabbage, sundried tomatoes with an almond butter sauce (AB, soy sauce, ume vinegar, water, agave, red pepper flakes.) Honestly I would have loved some scallion or carrot but this was basically an afterthought meal. I had such random stuff, some of it just wilting or already in the fridge. But rest assured I will be making this more often.
Two cookies from a well-stocked bodega in the city. I need a sugar detox at this point though.
I didn't eat that banana, but someone else did. And then left it for everyone on the train to enjoy.
Haxan eating some vegan cheese (FYH American slices)
This is literally a thing I made and ate for dinner on a sad no-groceries evening. The celery wasn't even mine. But it did the job, I guess, of...feeding me.
Vegetable soup from Vanessa's. J and I saw a Piotr Szulkin movie at Spectacle (actually we have so far seen 3 of a quartet of these semi-apocalyptic Polish films) and met at Vanessa's first. I ordered a large soup, not expecting HOW large, so I ate about 1/3 and saved the rest for dinner the next day, which was good because I have been really slacking on buying groceries and making my own meals. It's hard because I feel like I'm overbooking myself as the weather is nicer. Still trying to find a good medium between being social and hiding in my house.
Anyway, talk to you soon.