Wellness Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Sorry this is late! With all the preparations for tomorrow I almost forgot!

I wanted tonight’s dinner to be light and simple, so I chopped some lettuce and made a tofu stirfry with jasmine rice. Sauted mushrooms, onions and peppers completed this easy meal. Simply seasoned with ginger, garlic and soy sauce, it was quite good. Served with a little sweet chili sauce, but sriracha would be just as good.

What are you planning for your Thanksgiving meal?

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Wellness Wednesday, November 18, 2020

I forgot to take pics until dinner, but for breakfast I had a potato with 1 cup of steamed broccoli and a no-cheese sauce with 1 cup blackberries.

Lunch was a leftover pasta casserole made with mixed veggies, chickpeas, and a cashew cream sauce.

Dinner is this beautifully beige dinner. Baked beans, homemade coleslaw, and a pulled no-chicken sandwich, and a tangerine. Pretty good.

What are you eating this wellness Wednesday?

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Wellness Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Honoring my parents, brother, nephew, grandfather, great-grandfather, and every generation back to before the American Revolution. All served in the military. Wish I had photos of all of them in uniform to share.

Tonight was spaghetti of sorts. Using up the open box of linguini. And to the sauce I added tvp, eggplant, zucchini, and mushrooms. Simple but good.

Who are you honoring this Veterans Day?

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Wellness Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Doing some meal prep today.

Refrigerator pickles and onions, lentils, grilled peppers and mushrooms. I also grilled eggplant and zucchini, but it wouldn’t fit in the frame. ūüėĀ I put the leftover veggies together to make a stirfry later.

I don’t make individual meals, but components that can be put together in a myriad of ways. These can be used in sandwiches with hummus and sprouts, or in bowls, or salads. Any way your imagination and taste buds take you.

With what else I have on hand, frozen veggies, potatoes, quinoa, rice, this will last a week with minimal cooking. I mean, how hard is it to throw a potato in the oven?

What are you eating and/or prepping today?

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