What Vegans Eat – Day 964

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Breakfast:It’s a real day off. That means we have no place to go, nothing scheduled! I like my days like this most of the time. We celebrated our freedom with Rolled Oats, Pears, Sunflower Seeds, Raisins, Walnuts and Soy Milk.
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Lunch: We’ll be going to California in a few days. One of the reasons we are going is to attend Gary’s niece’s wedding and he’s been asked to officiate! After breakfast we decided to shop for a new suit. Buying a man’s suit is tricky when you are a vegan. There are not many options that do not contain wool. Topman was recommended in Manhattan so we hopped on the Long Island Railroad and got off at Penn Station. Trying to avoid the Times Square crowds we walked over to 5th Avenue where we suddenly realized we were in another big crowd. It was the 80th annual Pulaski Day Parade. Everyone loves a parade, right? Wrong! We wanted to get to the store and we were caught in a sea of red and white Polska caps, t-shirts and flags. We finally made it to the store and it was disappointing to say the least. Gary would have to look elsewhere. Heading back to the train we had lunch at Beyond Sushi. I had the Chili Mushroom Soup with Enoki Mushrooms and Cilantro. These mushrooms were like little noodles.
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We both ordered the Nutty Buddy with Baby Greens, Soba Noodles, Jalapeño Peanut Butter, Carrots, Cashews, Avocado, Baked Tofu and Cilantro and served with a Ponzu Sauce.
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Gary got the gorgeous Spicy Mang with Black Rice, Avocado, Mango, English cucumber topped with Spicy Veggies with a Toasted Cayenne Sauce. The flavor combinations are quite creative.
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Dinner: Back at home we had a simple dinner of Red Lentil Soup, Baked Potatoes and Roasted Red Peppers.
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