June 20, 2010


June 20, 2010 - .  

breakfast at phil’s: everything bagel with earth balance (I had to bring the earth balance); sauteed veggies (cooked in vegan cooking spray- i read the container they use)

lunch: del’s lemonade; i can’t remember what i ate, but i ate a lot of food. i can’t believe my memory is this bad. i am writing this post on 6/22/2010

dinner at sergio’s: rice pasta with their amazing sauce.  sam adams seasonal (summer ale)

dessert: so delicious ice cream sandwich

March 1, 2010


March 1, 2010 - .  

breakfast: Tomato and Tofutti bagel sandwich from White Electric This is a pretty cool coffee shop and much less crowded than Coffee Exchange.

snacks: steamed soy with peppermint tea from the edge, french fries from Ruffles, banana, part of an onion bagel

dinner: brussel sprouts with fresh squeezed lemon juice, earth balance, salt, pepper, brown sugar and toasted almonds. Trader Joe’s soy nuggets (although  Marcy and mom swear these are good, I think they are pretty nasty)

desert: Turtle Mountain’s Purely Decadent Cookie Avalanche ice cream

February 28, 2010


February 28, 2010 - .  

brunch: steamed soymilk with peppermint tea; a side of tempeh “sausage;” cinnamon-orange vegan french toast and a vegan “steak and cheese” wrap from Julian’s.  I have been there once before and had the french toast; pesto-fu and st. jamez ‘benedict.’  The first time I went there, I loved the food. This time around I thought the steak and cheese sandwich was too greasy and the french toast was too dry.  My dad loves this restaruant and is making us go back tonight for dinner, so I will be able to report on their dinner menu as well.

snack 1: a spoonful of Turlte Mountain’s Purely Decadent Cookie Avalanche ice cream (just 1 spoonful! I can’t beleive I had enough self control- perhaps it was because I was still so full from brunch.

snack 2: an apple, 2 bananas,  grapes and peppermint tea

dinner: Apparently Julian’s dinner on Sunday is all specials.  None of their specials were  vegan, but they made me some vegan food.  I split the food with my mom so we got two meals.  We had a dish withveggies and lentils and a sandwich that had asparagus and tofu. I can’t remember what else was in the food.  The meals were ok.  They were pretty tasty, but basic (nothing you couldn’t make easily at home for 1/100 of the cost).

drink: Narragansett beer (local!)

February 27, 2010


February 27, 2010 - .  

breakfast: grapes, banana, cooked onion and spinach, garlic bagel with Earth Balance on one half and avocado on the other half, Ritz crackers (I was really hungry this morning and my parents don’t have a lot of food in the house so I ate some Ritz crackers)

lunch: pistachio nuts and some more Ritz crackers

dinner: I met my grandparents, cousins and aunt and uncle at Twist. I had a salad with whole grain mustard sage dressing and a meal they made for me with rice noodles, shitake mushrooms, baby bok choy and other veggies. it was spicy but lacking flavor.

desert: Turtle Mountain’s Purely Decadent Cookie Avalanche ice cream

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