Saturday, March 22, 2008

Progress, Not Perfection

Monday:
Exercise: Relaxed from another long weekend of work
Meals: Apple, toast with PB
Left over Alfredo sauce with pasta
Papa Murphy's pizza (spinach, olives, mushrooms, no cheese)

Tuesday:
Exercise: Nothing besides lugging an ice chest full of frozen samples around
Meals: Left over pizza
Calzones made with crescent roll dough (from a can), Alfredo sauce, broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, and some "steak" strips. The dough wasn't quite done in all of them, but them were really good!

Wednesday:
Exercise: Housecleaning (and there was lots to be cleaned!)
Meals: Lack of groceries forced me to turn to David's Corn Pops and almond milk...ick
Hand full of almonds and dried apricots
Hummus with roasted bell peppers (from Safeway), Kashi's TLC crackers (not vegan, but very yummy!), 1/2 Dr. Pepper
Enchilada Bake with vegan sour cream and Spanish rice
Popcorn with nutritional yeast flakes

Thursday:
Exercise: None again today
Meals: Leftover enchilada bake with Spanish rice
Sandwiches with chips. David had ham and cheese, I had mashed up white beans with garlic, sprouts, tomato, and lettuce on sourdough bread. Really good.


Friday:
Exercise: It's spring break, I get to be lazy, right??
Meals: Acai Smoothie from Eat, Drink, & be Vegan (ED&BV)
Leftover enchilada bake
Orange Sesame Tofu with steamed swiss chard and coconut lime quinoa, all from ED&BV and roasted Brussels sprouts. Wasn't as good as I had hoped, but it was still alright. Next time I think I'll add more orange juice and less soy sauce and sesame oil.

Saturday:
Exercise: Go ahead, guess.
Meals: Acai smoothie, english muffin with Earth Balance, green tea
No-Tuna Melt with guacamole, apples, chips. This was really really good! I left out the onion, and just sprinkled on some nutritional yeast instead of cheese. A keeper for sure.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, were you able to relax any on your week off? (HA-HA). From here, your life is sounding VERY BUSY but also lots of fun too. Remember, it's a "once in a life time adventure", these young college days. :-)

Dextra said...

People should read this.