Yesterday I made a couple of yummy dishes for breakfasts and lunch and today I made a stew for lunch.
This was a recipe called Sweet and Smoky Tofu. Find it here: http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/tofu-tempeh-and-seitan/sweet-and-smoky-tofu-or-tempeh-strips/
Next time I'll add oat flour, use kale in tiny pieces, and do them in the griddle iron. Should be perfect. We'll see!
This was a yummy oat potato patty made be a wonderful cook friend of mine. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=258808104157327&set=a.108293185875487.5000.100000844183286&type=1
The next one I adapted from here. http://www.cherylstyle.com/showcase/healthy-kale-quinoa-patties-recipe/?utm_source=facebook
It actually worked better in the griddle rather than on the stove because it pressed it together nicely.
I used flaxseed instead of the eggs and nutritional yeast instead of Parmesan. I also didn't have any kale so I used Swiss chard. And for bread crumbs, I whizzed up a couple of gf rice waffles.
We served this with salad. So yummy!
Today's lunch. http://ethicaldeal.com/blog/2012/10/lentil-and-butternut-squash-vegan-soup-recipe/#.UtRuo3-9KK3
Serving with homemade popcorn.
While we were making lunch, the kids were doing various things.
And I did 40 squats and a 60 second plank while Victor worked on unemployment and a time card.
So there we have it. Someone said, what is the point of blogs? They are boring. Who want to read what someone ate for breakfast? Or what you did all day?
I do. I want to read what I did a year ago, and remember. And I like to see sometimes what someone else had for breakfast. It inspires me with new ideas.
And actually, the same could be said for Facebook or MySpace. Who wants to have a play by play of everything a person does? Not me, usually. But it's fun once in a while to go through and see what other people are interested in, or what they have been doing. Its kind of a public journal and for some a ministry.
That said, I always say, if you find it boring or offensive, you don't have to read it. I am who I am, and the only thing I'm going to change will be what God wants me to change.
Be who you are, and what God wants you to be, not what other people think you should be.