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The Whole Thing

Posted Dec 22 2009 12:00am
by Danielle

I must be a slowwww painter because when I finally finished I checked the clock and it was already 4:30. I still needed to go for a run before it got dark outside so I laced up my shoes and braved the tundra for a swift 5.5 mile run. It’s really not so cold once you get going :)

I also never had an afternoon snack so when I returned home I was hangry. The butternut squash was staring at me from the counter and I knew just what to do with it.


B-Nut Fries with lots of Annie’s ketchup. Don’t be fooled by the serving size in the picture- I eat the whole squash.

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No shame.

I also had an open-faced sandwich made with 2 slices of sprouted wheat bread, white bean hummus, spinach, grilled peppers and onions, and an Amy’s Bistro veggie burger.


I’m super picky when it comes to veggie burgers because I never liked conventional burgers to begin with. If it tastes too much like real meat, I cringe. Amy’s bistro burgers are made with rice as the base and I love them! Chewy, filling, and a little pricier but oh-so-worth it.


I’m not sure why, but I have an aversion to sandwiches put together. I always eat them open-faced or I’ll just call it “toast.” Am I the only one who does this?

Even after devouring a whole squash and an open faced sandwich, I wanted to end with something sweet


I found these Emmy’s Organics raw macaroons at our local health food store. They were very good! I wasn’t expecting a raw treat to be so chewy and flavorful. They were perfectly spiced and sweet but not overly-so. I would definitely say these macaroons rival their cooked counterparts.


I had one ‘roon + a Christmas cookie. I may or may not have chosen this one because it had the most icing.

Do you have any weird aversions?

My friend can’t eat pizza together, she has to separate the cheese from the bread.

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