Monthly Archives: March 2011

Impromptu Black Bean Salad

Ah, breakfast. Is there anything more wonderful? Toast (half almond butter and honey, half earth balance and raspberry jam), and half a pineapple, plus an un-photographed apple. Over the weekend, my mom gave me a TON of fruit. 4 pineapples, … Continue reading

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Vegan Paneer Curry

This is ┬ávegan version of one of my very favorite Indian dishes with some extra vegetable power. Vegan Paneer Curry 1 package extra firm tofu, drained very well and cut into cubes 1 large onion, chopped 2 tbsp olive oil … Continue reading

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Most Excellent Granola

Today is shaping up to be an excellent day off. I had an excellent workout, followed by an awesome breakfast at Beans and Barley with Greg. I’m about halfway through The China Study, I received new issues of both Yoga … Continue reading

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Summertime Quinoa Salad

The weather in Milwaukee is nothing close to summer-like. It may be the end of March, but our high temperatures are still hanging around in the 20’s and low 30’s. My body, however, is ready for summer. I dread going … Continue reading

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Big News

Finally, I’m allowed to talk about the big exciting news. Greg and I are moving! So long, Milwaukee. (Source) San Diego, here we come! (Source) Greg will be starting his PhD in Computer Music at UC-San Diego this fall, so … Continue reading

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Better a Beast

Back on track this morning. Sort of. I know spring is on the way, because I am all about fruits and veggies these days. You know. More than usual. Breakfast round 1: apple, orange, and plain yogurt. Round 2: Ezekiel … Continue reading

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Pinto Bean Dip

I am having a very weird day today. I tossed and turned all night last night, so I had a bit of a late start. I did some grocery shopping and errand running, cleaned the house, finally got to the … Continue reading

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