Was tempted, but resisted. I live with great cooks who unfortunately believe a meal isn’t a meal w/out meat. So i walked in hungry to my sister’s one pot meal, but since it included meat I couldn’t eat although I was starving. I made do with a spinach strawberry salad and 1/2 a veggie empanada from yesterday. It was delish. 2 weeks ago
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I’d say without journaling I’m 99% vegetarian and when I’m journaling I’m 100% because of the accountability. So I need to check in more.
Today: smoothie, pizza, strawberry spinach salad w/quorn strips 2 weeks ago
Yeah! Today is the 1st day I can honestly say I was vegetarian without thinking about it. I just naturally reached for the veggies and excluded meat w/out thinking or making a big deal and no cravings either. Glad. Food choices: egg/veggie wrap, smoothie (peach, strawberries, banana, oranges), Palak paneer/rice, water 3 weeks ago
Was crazy busy this weekend, no time to journal and I paid for that. Journaling helps keep me accountable. Anyway, I’m back on track. Breakfast was English muffin/butter/tea. Lunch: bean patty tortilla lettuce mushroom wrap. Dinner: Palak paneer/onion rice. 3 weeks ago
And that’s a good thing.
Breakfast: Banana Bread, a crystal light equivalent w/ no aspartame.
Lunch: English muffin, bean patty, lettuce, cucumber, avocado, sour cream
Dinner: Not sure but I’m leaning towards balanjay choka and bake or roti or vegetable rice—depending on how lazy I feel, and steamed veggies.
Going strong and feeling good! 3 weeks ago
Nice start to the day: strawberry, banana, dates, p-nut butter, cinnamon, cacao, almond milk smoothie. Yumm. Gonna have a salad later with spinach potato patty OR maybe I’ll wrap it in a tortilla. And dinner will be something veggie :)
I luv dates btw. Nature’s candy :)
Update: Soooo Fricking Full! I just had the most amazing tortilla stuffed with a homemade bean patty, lettuce, tomato, avocado, cucumber w sour cream. Sooo yumm and very filling so I’m pretty much done for the night. Will have a smoothie later or some strawberries if I need anything else. Or maybe not, cause it’s close to my eating cut off time. Ate lunch too late. The choco bars I had around 11a ruined my appetite for a real lunch :(
Damn you delicious dark chocolate!!! 3 weeks ago
Planning a dinner party Sat. I emailed my menu last night. Vege Meal and I was asked to cook a meat portion (chicken or something). I caved at 1st and said yes, but Fluck that, I’m cooking my vege meal and if they don’t like it too bad. I’m not going out of my way to cook a meat, especially since I’m still in the beginning stages n might be tempted to try a piece. Anyway, today I’m writing all day, will get some exercise in (maybe a walk in the park or just a DVD) and cook dinner. Easy day. So far I’ve had a BAS (big ass smoothie-kale, strawberries,banana) and dark chocolate…need to do something about my choco obsession. Maybe buy cacao and make smoothies so I don’t feel so guilty. Dinner will be daal, basmati rice, and spinach. 3 weeks ago
I’m coming back to no meat lifestyle. I just feel so much better, morally and health wise. So starting now… Will update w meals over the coming days just to stay on track until it’s 2nd nature again. Eventual goal is to be vegan again.
Update: day 1 was good. Smoothie, dark chocolate, Indian meal: roti, spinach, dal 4 weeks ago
The most important to me was to be sure why you are doing it. Most people who do it for the image it gives won’t last long or won’t do it in a good way. You have to inform yourself, what to eat, why, the impacts… But it has so much good repercussion on my life. One of the best things I’ve ever done for myself. 1 month ago