I cook mostly vegan food in my home but my husbands only request is that I cook him fish at least once per week. So, I thought that was pretty fair. Tonight was the fish night. I fried up some catfish fillets along with a side of potatoes and broccoli. I knew my toddler wouldn’t eat any fish, which I was completely fine with because we are probably the two strictest vegans in the house.
I fell in love with Buddha Bowls (aka vegetable bowls)about a year ago when I went Vegan. I love them because you can free style your bowl. And it doesn’t even have to be in a bowl!
I have not-so-fond memories of Ramen Noodles. When I was a broke college student stuck in a dorm without a car, Ramen Noodles were to the rescue!
Ever since my husband has been working this crazy demanding shift at work, I’ve been making juicing him an energy drink when he wakes up. He works for 8 days straight, so about day 5, he’s in need of that pick me up drink and he will tell you that this is his go-to pick me up.
I think the hardest part about being vegan is not having a lot of dessert options. I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again: I am by no means a hard-core vegan. I have a serious weakness for cookies, cake, pie, just about anything sweet!
My son is generally a good eater. He eats his vegetables and he LOVES fruit. But some days, like today, I’ve found it difficult to get him to eat anything other than an apple, potatoes, and graham crackers. But one think he loves, is smoothies.