Day 10!

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Well, I was planning on going to yoga tonight, but a most unexpected thing happened: SNOW! Now, I’m from Michigan so it’s not as shocking to me. But everyone here in North Carolina is just freaking. 2-6 inches? OMG close schools. My work was even making a “snow emergency”  plan. Geez. But it is cool and unusual to see here. Exciting news here, all the little kids in my apartments are out screeching and playing in the snow right now. In order to beat the snow (and the crazy inexperienced southern drivers), I rushed home and postponed yoga until Sunday.

Today, I drank a mango Bolthouse smoothie. Yum. For breakfast I had a PB and J on my homemade bread. The bread, on try 3, was much better than the other two tries. I know my fourth try will be the winner! Like I’ve said a million times before, I am not a baker. Don’t know why. Also, I don’t have a green thumb. Kill every plant I have. A baker and gardener I am not.

I brought some Annies bunnys grahams to work to snack on, as well as a granola bar. I woofed those down by 10, but wasn’t really hungry until around 6 when I made a small veggie sandwich. When I got home (through the blizzard, lol) I made this.

Falafel Sammie

Falafel Sammie

It was amazing.

I’ll describe.

Leftover falafel I made my boyfriend a few days ago. A heady add-water mix that was amazing. Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, on some pita bread. Not the amazing pita bread I made the other night, just a store-bought kind. Sorry to have not shared more info on it, but it was amazing. When I make it again (prob in the next few days) I’ll post a recipe and pictures. Then the incredible avocado sauce.

Let me tell you about this sauce. I invented it last year trying to use up avocados that I had abundance of. Its amazing, healthy, and works great as a dip, sandwich spread or a salad dressing. It’s a great salad dressing because there’s no added fat and its a great flavor.

Easy Avocado Cream Sauce

  • 1 Avocado
  • 1/2 cup almond (or whatever type) milk
  • 1/4 cucumber, peels and seeds and all, cut in chunks
  • 1/4 onion, cut in chunks
  • Generous amount of dill to taste
  • Salf and Peppa

Blend until smooth and slightly liquidy, pourable. Freaking enjoy this incredibleness.

So I drizzled the top of my falafel sammie with this sauce. It was like a better,vegan version of tzatizki. YUM!

I must hit the hay, but wanted to throw these two pics in. One of me, in the maze gardens in Colonial Williamsburg last month. And one of me and my BF from about a month ago too. Cute couple eh?

thurs 1-17 (2) thurs 1-17 (3)

Much love to all!!!

The(Still not so much)FrugalVegan

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