One of my favorite take aways from my vegan Whole30 experiment was trying out sweet potato toast. It’s definitely a breakfast game changer, Chris won’t even drink smoothies now, he just wants toast. I’ve created a toast monsteRead More
I DID IT!
I finished my vegan Whole30 experiment. There were a few hiccups (seriously it’s insane that sugar is added into SALSA) but for the most part things went really well.Read More
Week three of my vegan Whole30 is done and dusted. And to be honest, I’m getting pretty bored of it. Maybe it’s natural to hit a lull or get bored when you’ve been doing something for 21 days. I miss peanut butter. And bread. Specifically, I miss vegan grilled cheese sandwiches on these cold days. I’ve been experimenting in the kitchen with some recipes and trying out some new ones which has been fun.Read More
Week two of the Whole30 is in the books. Still feeling good. I wish I could say that I don’t miss vegan junk food but I have been craving a burger from Rip’s Malt shop. Chris and I have also been plotting about what to eat during the Super Bowl. We don’t care about football in the slightest but love the food.Read More
So I’ve finished my first week of my vegan Whole30. I’m really into it, to be honest. It’s been fun to get back into the kitchen and cooking more. I’ve actually cooked every meal this week except for two times I picked up Sweetgreen for dinner. (I was sick over the weekend and after working I just didn't feel like cooking.) That’s really big for me because Christian and I have gotten a little to reliant on Seamless.Read More
So I’m not starting my Whole30 right on January 1st. I had a few days off after New Years and wanted to spend some time to researching and prepping. I also wanted to eat at the Ramen Hood pop up one last time before they close on the 19th. It’s so good I didn’t want to wait til the next time I’m in LA to eat there.Read More
So for 2019 I’m starting the new year off my doing the Whole30. I really like the whole idea of it, really focusing on real whole foods and cutting out a lot of processed food that has been a little too common lately in our household. (I still love you Beyond Meat!)Read More