What Vegans Eat – Day 24


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.
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.
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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