What Vegans Eat – Day 810

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Breakfast: It’s the second day of the 6th Annual Food Revolution Summit. If you haven’t registered yet, you still can and enjoy the remaining 7 days of the conference for free. The summit replays for 21 hours after it ends so if you can’t catch it live you can listen when it is more convenient. During the Summit I am helping responding to comments and questions on the broadcast page. It requires a lot of focus and I don’t leave my desk for about 4 hours. I made sure I did my yoga practice first before the Summit began. Gary brought me my late breakfast of Oatmeal with Apples and Flaxseeds that I ate at my desk. My tea today was Bancha Green. The first speaker, Kelly Turner, PhD is the author of Remarkable Recoveries. She studies people who have survived cancer to find what some of the common solutions appear to be. I had always asked myself when I went through my cancer experience in 2006-7 why doctors weren’t doing that. It seemed only logical to me, if you want to know how people survive disease, look at those who have survived. That’s what I did. And listening to Dr. Turner today, I was not surprised that her findings were in line with what I discovered and used in my own healing.
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Daily Green Juice: Kale, Collards, Celery
 
Dinner: After the Summit, we got a visit from my sister-in-law’s cousin Jared. It’s always fun spending time together. We made an impromptu dinner as we chatted: Romaine Lettuce Salad with Tahini Dressing, Baked Home Fries and reheated Baked, No-Egg Omelette.
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Evening: Unwinding after a long day, Gary made a blend of Tahini Butter with Apricot Butter to spread on a few Corn Thins and Banana. I made a pot of Vanilla Almond Rooibos Tea.
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