Breakfast: Sunday breakfast of Polenta and Berry Compote accompanied by some good reading. Dr. Fuhrman’s latest book, The End of Heart Disease will be released on Tuesday and that’s when I will be having him on my show, IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD. Don’t miss it!
Lunch: We were off to the annual Veggie Pride Parade event. I grabbed a little leftover Kale Salad to keep me going. It was a cold, windy, winter’s day in April. We bundled up and were off.
L’auteur and son amour: Gary was there with me, at this 9th Veggie Pride Parade NYC, filming the event and my talk, and representing Responsible Eating And Living. For eight years in a row, he has joined me at this important event. On behalf of the voiceless nonhuman animals, I thank you, Gary. Je t’adore.
I brought some Takeya bottles that my very thoughtful friend Ann Wieczorek gave us as a gift one year and I filled them both with hot Earl Grey tea but that didn’t hold us over. We snacked on vegan chips from Bean Fields. They were at Veggie Pride passing them out to everyone for free (they are so generous)! They also provided free chips for our goody bags last April when we had our Swingin’ Gourmets Fundraiser.
Lot’s of awesome people braved the wind and came to this event. Here I am with NYC Vegan Meetup Organizer David Greene.
Couldn’t miss a photo opportunity with Pea Pod and Banana from Plant Harmony Health Center!
Dinner: After a long day out in the cold I craved a big soup. We talked about going out to our favorite place in the neighboorhood, Green Zenphony or even ordering in. But we had so much good food at home, how could we not spoil ourselves with some of it? I made a quick Miso Vegetable soup for me. Gary had his Creamy Kale Pesto and Brown Rice Pasta with Tempeh Sausage Balls and Spicy Marinara Sauce.
Daily Green Juice: Kale, Collards, Celery, Carrots, Lemon, Lime