What Vegans Eat – Day 24

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The day began with news headlines I never thought I’d read:
Indian State Bans Possession and Sale of Beef and Elephants to Retire From Ringling Brothers Stage. While nowhere near perfect: the Indian State of Maharashtra’s ban is on the slaughter of bulls, bullocks and calves but still allows for the slaughter of water buffaloes and other animals; Ringling Brothers will stop using elephants in 2018 – 3 more years of elephant torture remain; these headlines show promise, and the power of individuals. All the more reason for us to stay vigilant, promoting all the benefits of a plant-based, vegan lifestyle. The more it spreads, the sooner we will see saner headlines like these and they’ll be even better.
 
Breakfast: How do you feed a hungry activist? Sweet Potato Hash, served with orange slices and English Breakfast tea.
sweet-potato-hash
 
It was the 105th anniversary of Momofuko Ando’s birthday, the creator of Ramen Noodle soup. While Momofuko had the desire to feed hungry people nutritious food, a study of industrialized ramen noodle soup is linked to cardiometabolic risk factors. Find your kitchen and make your own Ramen Noodle Soup. It’s so delicious.
 
Lunch: Homemade Ramen Noodle Soup with Baked Tofu and Homemade Sriracha Sauce.
ramen-noodle-soup
 
Daily Green Juices: Kale, Collards, Celery, Carrots, Black Radish, Lemons
 
Dinner: We had Instant Ramen Noodle Soup! It was instant because it was leftover from lunch, just reheat and serve. The soup was so good, I came back for many bowls.
 
Evening Snack: Carrot Sticks dipped in Seed Caesar Dressing followed by Dark Chocolate, Peppermint Tea

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