Thanks for all the well wishes for my sick laptop, guys! Adam’s been a sport about letting me use his and for now I’m viewing it as a glass half full situation because it keeps me from wasting so much time on the internet
There was a situation this morning with the applesauce (you so don’t want to know) so my breakfast ended up being a little less breakfasty.
Apparently I like my morning meals spicy and veggie filled.
This vegan Enchilada from Amy’s was pretty great though.
I also had a cup of Eggnog’n tea with a splash of Silk Hazelnut Soy Creamer.
Lunch was random if nothing else.
A plain So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt with some Crofter’s Strawberry Jam,
and a Thai Peanut Primal Strip.
If you’re going to write in and ask “but, Emily, weren’t you hungry after that lunch?” don’t bother. Yes! I was satisfied for an hour or so and then I was starving. I sat through a club meeting after school where everyone was eating pizza and it was pretty torturous.
I was pretty ecstatic that I had time to buy a sandwich before my night class.
I got a 6inch sub with green pepper, red onion, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pickles, black olives, and bbq sauce.
One of the things I’m loving about the vegan challenge is that I’m learning that it’s ok to skip the cheese sometimes. Before I would have automatically ordered a slice of cheddar on this sandwich and it was totally fine without it.
It was a great night because we got out an hour early from my music class, and then it got even better when I walked in the door to dinner.
I set the husband up with the ingredients and recipe for Cooking Light’s Spicy Moroccan Chickpeas , and then he did the rest before I got home.
The rest of the evening involved the pre-lab due tomorrow and the chocolate-covered strawberries the husband bought for Valentine’s.
Do you automatically put or skip cheese on your sandwiches? What’s your favorite kind for sandwiches?