View Full Version : June 26th 2009 Raw Challenge - Day twenty six
06-25-2009, 03:52 PM
Welcome to Day 26!
06-26-2009, 07:12 PM
so...today is the 26th, right? I see that there are already threads open up to the 28th, and I just want to be sure I'm posting in the right thread haha!
So far I made a big salad from the garden: Kale and chickweed, massaged with some olive oil and ACV, topped with some dried cherries (also from the garden), some peppermint leaves, salt, and a drop of agave
I've also been eating spoonfulls of things: coconut butter, nutritional yeast, almond butter...whatever I can put a spoon in. Also been picking raspberries. I guess I've just been munching all day. I went camping and ran out of raw food, so I've been craving some of my familiar raw flavors.
Hi Rawbies! TGIF!
I've been so hungry today...
-green smoothie w/ 3 bananas, frozen mango/strawberries/blueberries, kale. Extra banana on the side.
-giant salad - a whole container of baby romaine w/ carrots, tomato, red peppers, half an avo & vinegar; a lara bar; an apple
w/o: ran 3 miles w/ sprint intervals
-a cucumber and a giant tomato- so simple, but so good
-an apple & 2 bananas for "dessert"
06-26-2009, 08:15 PM
Hello, everyone, I felt good today and loved my food, so it was a good day!
L: More of the mushroom and wild rice dish I made yesterday, which is out of this world, with green leaf lettuce, as a salad.
S: Made some wraps which didn't quite turn out wrappy so I just sorta made a sandwich out of two layers of wraps with more of the mushroom stuff, yes I love it, and some raw mayo out of the Frugal Raw book, which is quite scrumptious. I have some jicama cut up to make the "potato" salad out of the same book, and I have some zucchini and sweet potato chips in the dehydrator for a snack later.
PS, my wraps were made out of the failed alfredo sauce I mentioned a few days ago! I remembered some tomato and basil tortillas I saw in the store, so I whirled in a couple of tomatoes and some basil and dehydrated the batter. I don't quite have the knack to dehydrate wraps yet, though, as by the time the middles were done the edges were too crispy and broke when I tried to wrap them. But they are very tasty, better than the alfredo was.
06-26-2009, 10:00 PM
B-raw granola with mom's raw sprouted almond milk and a banana
L-green salad with lots of veggies & avocado w/raw ranch dressing
D-zucchini pasta with pesto sauce and tomato/onion salsa
S-fruit granola w/ mom's almond milk and a banana (this was to combat the strong garlic aftertaste of the pesto)
06-26-2009, 10:02 PM
PS, my wraps were made out of the failed alfredo sauce I mentioned a few days ago! I remembered some tomato and basil tortillas I saw in the store, so I whirled in a couple of tomatoes and some basil and dehydrated the batter.
katchmoleen - GOOD FOR YOU! That was really clever of you to find a way to use the alfredo sauce.
granola with blueberries and almond milk
28 oz smoothie with water, blueberries, frozen strawberries, 1 frozen banana, honey, beets, baby spinach
salad with lettuce mix from farmerís market, tomato, cucumber, 1 avocado, alfalfa sprouts, garlic chive sprouts, chopped black walnuts, spiral sliced beets, dulse dressing.
tomato flax crackers
4 celery stalks with almond butter and honey
34 oz water total :(
06-27-2009, 12:26 AM
Today was nice. I had the day off, did some grocery shopping and food prepping so my dehydrator is full right now. I also went to NIA class which is SO much fun and (I find) very complimentary to this lifestyle of raw -all that free energy and earthliness :D
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