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Sunday, September 04, 2011

My Lunch


I am having a ball exploring different plant-based foods.  My diet has never been more interesting and full of textures and colors.  No more boring sandwiches! 

The plate above consists of:

~French Lentil Soup (I make this recipe about every week!  Yum.)
~Creole Roasted Sweet Potatoes (recipe coming soon, another one I make and snack on all week)
~Spinach Topped with Raw Cashews
~Gluten-Free Lentil Crackers (I eat gluten, but bought them because they were on sale)
~Organic Green Grapes


I've also been making TONS of iced green tea every week and love drinking it with my lunch. I make an iced tea concentrate a couple times a week by doubling the tea bags.  I then store it in a mason jar in the refrigerator.  When I want a glass of iced tea,  I just add water and ice to some concentrate in another mason jar.  I sometimes use this Super Easy Iced Tea Concentrate overnight method.  When doing this, it reminds me to quick make my Perfect Iced Coffee recipe, as it too, is an overnight method. One cannot have too many great tasting beverages on hand!:)


Most days, I skip the overnight method and use one of my favorite kitchen appliances, an electric tea kettle.  It is great for heating water to the perfect temperature with just a flick of the button.  I really love it in the cold months, as it keeps the water hot for me all throughout the day.


My favorite brand if green tea Good Earth Lemongrass.  It is one of the only green teas that I don't have the urge to add sugar to!  It is not bitter and the faint lemon flavor is delish.

What do you eat for lunch?
Do you have a favorite green tea?



2 comments:

  1. I'm going to try the French Lentil Soup! Looks delicious.

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  2. Amy, your lunch looks delicious. A few years ago I switched my family to an (almost) preservative free diet. Now I'm trying to wean us off meat, dairy and sugar. I've read a million books and know it's the right way to go but I'm having the hardest time stepping in and just doing it. Do you have any resources or favorite recipe books that helped you make the leap to all plant based? (I did see your post on the Engine cookbook and will be looking for it soon).

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