What Vegans Eat – Day 365!

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Here we are at Day 365 of the What Vegans Eat blog. It’s hard to believe we’ve been at it for one year. I have never been a person who has gotten into keeping up a daily journal. That is until now. It’s been fun, and we are just getting started. Thanks for reading and sharing. And please feel free to leave comments or questions here or send an email to info@realmeals.org.
 
Breakfast: We enjoyed our Oatmeal Waffles so much yesterday we just made another batch and served them with the same toppings, Raspberry Apple Coulis for me and Peanut Butter and Apricot Butter for Gary. I just realized that sometimes I call the cooked fruit preparations we make “coulis” and other times “compote”. Whatever you want to call them, they are easy and delicious and taste decadent. We also had Arbor Teas English Breakfast with soy milk. While cleaning up the dishes I licked the peanut butter spoon clean and it reminded Gary of the movie Meet Joe Black. I had never seen it and yet we had the DVD in the house. We planned to watch it later in the evening.
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Lunch: I was served a gorgeous Kale Salad topped with Avocado and yesterday’s Toasted Buckwheat with Walnuts and the remaining carrots from the Vedure Al Forno.
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Daily Green Juice: Kale, Collards, Celery, Carrot, Cilantro, Lime, Ginger
 
Dinner: Lunch had been so satisfying that we didn’t think to focus on a dinner meal. We foraged a bit on nuts and raisins. Then Gary made a quick Ranch Dressing with silken tofu and miso for dipping carrots and celery. After that we made air pop, peppermint tea and watched Meet Joe Black. It was a thought provoking, beautiful film. And the scene with peanut butter was the best. Do you remember the first time you ever had peanut butter? I don’t. But seeing that film made me want to focus on experiencing everything as if it were the first time.
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  2 comments for “What Vegans Eat – Day 365!

  1. Sandy
    February 11, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    Hi Caryn,

    Congratulations to you and Gary for another day of wonderful meals and a year of inspiring blog posts. I’ve read every one and look forward to each days. Your writing is inspiring and your meals simultaneously simple and elegant.

    Thank you for all you do,

    Sandy 🙂

  2. Nancy
    February 12, 2016 at 1:30 am

    Would you be willing to share the miso Ranch dressing recipe? I am always on the lookout for low fat dressing recipes. Thank you!!

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