Those silly gorillas. Where do they even find bread to make french toast?
Thank you all for your input about whether I should keep my blog or not! It means so much to me to know that all of you want me to continue my blog. Believe me, so do I. From looking back at when I started my blog in November, I can see the progress I've made by using blogging as my outlet for getting over ED feelings, and from all the wonderful advice I've gotten! I think, like a few of you said, that it's difficult for other people to really understand how positively the blogging community has affected me from just my description. So, I'll take other peoples' opinions into consideration, but overall I think this blog has improved my attitude towards food a million times and I want to see it keep getting better! I'll keep updating with this story though.
Okay, eats. Breakfast was kind of boring, just repeats of stuff. But it featured caramelized (microwaved) banana oats,. I added some dark chocolate chips for extra yumminess.
No pic of lunch. My afternoon snack featured a microwaved apple. Fay recommended this to me and I had to try it! It was amazing, just like apple pie filling. I really wanted it with a spoon of PB but I'm out of regular and I don't think it would go with chocolate banana too well.
Dinnah was butternut squash and white bean soup. It was really really good! I used 2 tbs of olive oil instead of 1 tsp. I liked how all of it was creamy except for the white beans. It almost made up for the fact that I kind of sliced my thumb open while chopping the onion. The perfect way to warm up on a chilly night. I think next time I'll just use regular tomatoes instead of "mexican" so I can taste the squash more.
I had it with 1/4 of a Florida grapefruit and a slice of French bread. Mmmmm love grapefruit!
As soon as I saw the post on Katie's blog today about vegan yogurt making, I knew I had to try it. I had a block of silken tofu going bad in the fridge, so I made a double batch! I used 1/2 a banana and 1/4 cup frozen raspberries and didn't even need any sugar. Another success from CCV! I think I like this more than the regular pudding because it doesn't require any stove-top cooking or refrigeration. Yay!
That's all for now, folks. I had to go get my blood drawn tomorrow morning, booo! Then ballet :] Hope you all enjoy your Saturdays!