Monday, April 13, 2009



in the pot:
  • 1/3 c oats, 1/3 c vanilla soymilk, 1/3 c water, 1/2 banana
  • 1/4 c frozen blueberries, nuked until warm and liquidy
  • 1/4 maple almond crunch honest foods plank
  • spoonful almond butter
  • drizzle maple syrup
mmm. mmm. good.

for lunch i packed a good 'ol turkey sammie:

stoneground mustard, light mayo (hidden on right half), roasted turkey, and lots of aged hirtenkase cheese on "touch of honey" whole wheet

i love the "butt" of the bread:

packed alongside strawberries. once again, i'm out of fruit save 1 banana and 1 mango. grocery trip run after work today!

snack looks extremely uninteresting... but it's gonna be great...

  • oikos greek honey yogurt
  • 1/4 c bob's red mill muesli
  • approx. 2 oz. vanilla soymilk
the soymilk is needed because the muesli will absorb the liquid from the yogurt, and the mixture will become thicker. since greek yogurt is thick to begin with, it's best to start with a liquidy mixture, otherwise you'll end up with paste (i've done this... live and learn). i felt almost bad that i was "un-greekifying" my yogurt, but i know that the result will not disappoint!

OH oops, i forgot to post for last night... i went out with a friend to a south indian vegetarian restaurant. we ordered lots of yummy things: fried plantain fritters with masala chutney, gunpowder dosai (stuffed with masala potatoes and served alongside coconut-cilantro chutney, and other yummy sauces of which i have no idea of the contents), palak paneer/rice, and masala chai to finish off the meal. i took a BIG risk in getting the chai, as it could have kept me awake all night like previous tea experiences, but thankfully it didn't! i felt like i ate slightly more than i needed, because the food was all so yummy, but i felt fine leaving the restaurant, and i'm feeling pretty confident that the extra couple hundred calories or whatever will not make an iota of a difference. YEAH!

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