IDI Phyllo Pot Pie
HHLL Sonoma "chicken" salad (pre-cook tofu on Monday)
Crock pot vegan chili and cornbread
Baked Sweet Potato (pre-baked on Monday)
THH Hippie Loaf, mashed potatoes, and veggies
THH Corn Pudding, Spicy Collard Greens, and Vegan Spicy Sausage
IDI Seitan and wild mushroom stew
IDI - Isa Does It
HHLL - Happy Herbivore Light and Lean
THH - The Happy Herbivore
This week, Rob starts the 28 day E2 challenge, meaning he is going vegan for 28 days. He eats, for the most part, 90% vegan. Since I do most of the cooking and shopping, I guess I don't leave a lot of room for variation. In step with his challenge, I am cutting out cooking with oils. This won't be too difficult, I imagine.
I don't worry too much about extra fats in cooking because I eat pretty healthy foods, and exercise a lot. In fact, I just read Vegan for Her by Virginia Messina, and according to the calculations given in the chapter about vegan athletes, I should be eating more than 3000 calories each day! Wow! That is a lot!
My triathlon training is going beautifully, and I put in more than 50 miles running/biking/swimming last week! My distance run wasn't everything I wanted it to be, I wanted to do more than 10 miles, but ended up just shy of 9. I am really hoping for dry weather this next Friday, so I can try to improve that.
I haven't been reading as much as I would like to. I started Hollow City by Ransome Riggs, the sequel to Miss Perigrine, but haven't fallen in love with it yet. Maybe today I will pick something else up, and try Hollow City again later.
Or maybe, since it is my rest day, I will just clean my kitchen, make some food, and watch some football....