January 10, 2010

Stacey: 1/10/2010

January 10, 2010 - .  
brunch pumpkin donut with oreo cookie crumbs and half a vegan burrito with sausage and mozzarella cheese from The Fractured Prune.  The food was OK, not great.  I was really excited to have a donut, but the donut did not taste exactly how I remember donuts tasting.  The price was very reasonable.  If I was in the neighborhood I would go back, but I would not go out of my way to go back again (except perhaps to support the fact that hey have a vegan menu).  In the DC area, only the Fractured Prune in Silver Spring has the vegan menu.
dinner dumpling soup.  The soup was based off this recipe, however I changed the recipe a bit and made my own dumpling wrappers (recipe).  In the dumplings I omitted the chinese broccoli and the seitan and added in lemon juice, salt, tofu, and spinach.  In the broth I added in carrots, broccoli (not chinese), green beans and green onions. I also added more water than the recipe called for.  Overall, it’s a pretty tasty, light soup.


desert/pm snack Kettle brand salt and vinegar chips. I ate way too many and now feel sick.  The only 2 brands that are easy to find and are vegan are Kettle and Cape Code
drink 1/2 Mickey’s beer (vegan).  Although I am relying currently relying on barnivore to find out if beer is vegan, I am going to start checking for myself.
medicine still taking Cleocin Pediatric (seems to have vegan ingredients, although I’m sure it was tested on animals), but i’m almost done!

1 Comment »

  1. Mickey's comment:

    Malt liquor? Vegan!?!?!?! Yes!


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