This shall help make up for the fat lost while running! I am so hooked on cacao nibs and raw cacao powder. Didn’t have nuts and used sesame and flax seeds.
This is what I get from the farm each week in amounts. Loads of fuel! Stay tuned to see what I made out of it.
So I am slowly starting to think about strategies to keep my weight. I had stopped counting calories and just ate whenever I wanted. However my weight keeps going down and I want to keep a bit of reserve. So I have to start thinking about making sure I get enough.
I only want to track a day and get a better feeling for it. So … it’s simple: calories burned I got to eat. Now looking at thw numbers I do start to regret walking around in town and going for a run …
So I improved the lime, flaxseed yoghurt by putting in as many calories as I could find that would taste good.
The result is an impressive yummie 865 kcal super drink.
Do you have any calorie bomb secrets that I could try?
Sometimes when my plant-based lifestyle becomes a topic, it feels as if people want to justify why they are eating animal based products. So I want clarify something:
What is my personal opinion on: should YOU be vegan? The answer is: only you can know or if you care enough find out!
Please don’t judge me because that’s what my body needs right now. I was an avid meat eater and bbq queen … but it changed … so what? I feel better for it and don’t miss it at all. If you try out different diets or lifestyles and find one that works for you, more power to you!
All I know is that your body needs different things than mine does and I believe tracking and calculating everything is impossible. Well at least for me, I tried and as long as we go down to the finer details that matter (not just protein vs fat vs carbs) it gets too complicated and we don’t yet know enough on how it all works together.
So if you think you need to jump on the vegan band wagon, listen to your body first, it might not be right for you and if you want to eat meat or cheese, please do so.
I also think the body needs time to learn about different foods and what to do with it. After a couple of weeks I didn’t see store bought chocolate bar images anymore, I saw my self-made coconut chocolate I had in my freezer. So if my body wants the stuff that is in chocolate it learned where to get it from now on. All of this is a process and retraining our bodies to demand the healthier stuff takes a while.
The only thing that I like to suggest is to not deny your body something it demands, rather learn what it really wants, over time and given patience.
The combination worked well and it was convenient enough to make.
I pre-cooked the potatoes, fennel and leek. As spices I used basil, pepper and chilli. Roasted in the oven around 160-180 for 40 minutes on a tray.
Of course I am! This is my weekly staple at least as long as I am getting fabulous broccoli and while I am out of lasagne sheets. Hm … lasagne ….
The hummus did taste like magic today! I was excited to see leeks again after weeks in my weekly box and must say that tomato/hummus and leeks is a heavenly combination. I am now fully convince that me an hummus are a pair!
So for future reference, if I need a quick protein boost and don’t want my frozen chilli, hummus is the answer!
Now what did I put in? Garlic, cherry tomatoes, precooked chickpeas, tahin, lemon juice, sea salt and chilli.
Also … do you see the ginormous amounts I eat for lunch and don’t feel stuffed or brainfogged? Gotta love plants!!!
I have a blender and chickpea experiences, so I should be able to love hummus.
And I am getting the hang of it! Blended to perfection with garlic and tomatoes.
Made oregano crust and spoiled it with all the veg I could find. Vegan Parmesan on top afterwards.
Mixed the onions and peppers in a bag with olive oil before adding.