What Vegans Eat – Day 758: Travel Edition

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Breakfast: I had scheduled a lot of activity this week, our last week in California. We did not have time during our Fiddler on the Roof run to be social and I thought we could catch up this week. The problem is we are still so exhausted! Gary got up early to take his dad to a necessary doctor’s appointment. I had English Breakfast tea and the Forager Project’s Cashewgurt with Strawberries and Blueberries.
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Afterwards I had a meeting at the Los Gatos Roasting Company. It was a lovely day and I was happy to be able to walk to get there from Monte Sereno.
 
Lunch: Gary and I met for lunch at Andale. We started with Chips, Guacamole and Salsa.
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Gary ordered the Andale Fahita-style Tofu Burrito and I chose the Taco version.
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With our bellies full all we wanted to do was nap. We are so tired! We had a dinner event planned in Santa Cruz. I suggested we drive over the hill to Santa Cruz and take a nap on the beach. It took a while to find a parking spot but finally we were able to lay out a blanket and collapse on the sand.
 
Dinner: Our friends Deo and John invited us for dinner. We picked up some Treeline Vegan Cheese and a bottle of La Rocca Cabernet Sauvignon which is organic and vegan. When we arrived the house smelled so good, with the sweet scent of cinnamon. Deo had made Baked Apples for dessert we found out we had selected Deo’s favorite wine!
 
We sat down to a colorful Salad filled with lots of tasty little bits.
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The second course was a Tempeh and Tomato Stew. I noticed there were little piece of something subtly sweet and then Deo revealed she had added Pineapple. It was a wonderful combination.
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For dessert, Deo put out the Baked Apples with the Treeline Cheese. I don’t know which was better, the food, the conversation or the company. It was all so good.
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