This post is for the few people who have asked “What are you eating?”
I don’t want my blog to become a foodie-blog, but I do really appreciate that some of you have taken some interest and shown support in my recent change to a vegan diet. Thank you guys!
Since I don’t have much to blog about today, let’s just call this Minimal Words Monday…
This is a typical scene in our kitchen on Sundays. We slice, dice, bake and boil a week’s worth of vegetables.
Edamame — A high protein soybean. I boil it, and then toss it in with whatever vegetables I’ve packed for lunch that day. Just a dash of salt, and it’s good.
Broccoli – I boil some ahead to throw in with my lunch throughout the week.
Acorn squash – just baked with some olive oil, salt and pepper.
yucca root – it’s like a french fry from Earth! Really good! John makes yucca root fries with them.
Butternut squash – really great to smash into a wrap, or on a sandwich. And the Angry Orchard apple cider is great too.
My favorite fungus.
Tempeh and cucumber.
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