Wrapping And Packing Up

Posted on April 5, 2010. Filed under: Daily Update | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

This weekend has been a blast! I hope you’ve enjoyed yours, too. And in case you missed them, here was my raw birthday dinner and then the Easter feast. Also, Go Sox! Had to throw that one out there 😀

Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Coconut Milk Ice Cream

Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl Coconut Milk Ice Cream

Staying home an extra night was definitely a good choice; I did not feel like doing much last night, and hardly got anything accomplished staying in one place! At some point, there was a little bit of my favorite ice cream by So Delicious. Yum! I hope most/all of my ice creams will still be in the freezer by the time I get back on campus, not like I left much of any to begin with 😉

Irawnic Salad, Birthday Cake

Irawnic Salad, Birthday Cake

Birthday Cake

Birthday Cake

Leftovers are a funny thing: You crave them at odd times and never feel guilty getting them out of your fridge. Around 10pm I just wanted something citrus/vinegary, which the irawnic salad totally satisfied. Of course, salad breath is never fun to go to bed with, so I washed that down with a side of birthday cake; you got to eat this stuff up while it’s around, right?

Oatmeal With 365 Peanut Butter, Eggs, Tempeh Bacon

Oatmeal With 365 Peanut Butter, Eggs, Tempeh Bacon

Eggs And Tempeh Bacon

Eggs And Tempeh Bacon

I spent this morning muddling around, packing things, sipping on teeccino, and eventually whipping up a breakfast. I would be crazy not to include what I gave up for Lent here, right? Truthfully, I just wanted a bowl of salty oatmeal with plain ol’ 365 brand peanut butter on it, but figured I’d add 2 organic eggs and some Lightlife tempeh bacon for some protein; the tempeh bacon tasted salty and delicious, especially after 40 days without 😀

Maple Sugar Leaf

Maple Sugar Leaf

Right now I’m planning out a run and eating the healthiest thing possible: a maple leaf made entirely out of maple sugar. At least I’m about to run and put that instant energy to good use. This was from my Easter Basket, speaking of which…

Easter Basket

Easter Basket

You didn’t think the bunny forgot about my favorite holiday, did you? With a little guidance, the bunny was very good about knowing what I wanted. There was a little something from everyone including Divine, Lake Champlain, Green And Black, Go Max Go Foods, and Alter Eco. Should we start the betting pool on how long this will last me?

Mystery Food

Mystery Food

And what on earth could this be?! I’ll let you wonder that for just a little bit while I hope and pray it turns out right. In the meantime, you can enter this Zevia giveaway or this Easter giveaway.


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I guess coconut butter!!!

What an awesome easter basket! I love maple sugar yummmm

What is that? Coconut something I’m better! If so, give me some!

Your eggs look so fluffy and yellow! Welcome back to the faux meat world 🙂

Oh man, those maple leaves are SO good!

Must be your attempt at nut cheese? No? Pretty cool how the Easter Bunny knew EXACTLY what you wanted, lol! He was pretty good to me as well this year.

That breakfast looks REALLY good.

Im thinking nut cheese? If so, good luck hope it turns out well 😀

Yes, GO SOX. A Yankees loss is always a beautiful thing, especially when it involves a loss to Boston!!!!

I bet coconut oil!!!

Looks like somebunny loves you! Haha!

Looks like some sort of nut butter – perhaps cashew coconut?

Nice Easter haul!

Gotta love that easter bunny;)

Do you like teachinno? I’ve seen it but haven’t tried it! I have never heard of tempeh bacon either. What’s that like?

The teeccino is OK. I wouldn’t say it’s a coffee replacement; it’s much more like a dark, sweet tea. It’s pretty nice, though, with a little sweetener, and if it were all I kept around I wouldn’t miss coffee at all. But that’s probably because I always drink decaf anyway and usually just want something hot to drink

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