Tuesday, 28 June 2016

What I Ate In A Day #26 - Vegan

Hello friends! I'm back today with another What I Ate In A Day post (you can see last week's food diary here). I'm vegan, so of course everything I'm sharing is free from any sort of animal products/by-products. Of course I drink a ton of water throughout the day - I try to get in at least 8 cups every day.

Breakfast 

I started off my day with Daiya's Strawberry Greek Yogurt, which was quite good! I've never tried actual Greek yogurt before, so I can't really say how accurately this vegan version from Daiya mimics it, but I'd say it's worth trying. I also had a banana, and two pieces of toast with peanut butter (not pictured). 

Daiya Strawberry Greek Yogurt

Lunch

I picked up a jar of Nona's Alfredo-Style Sauce when I was at VegFest a few weeks ago, and I finally got around to trying it out! I made fettuccine alfredo, and it was absolutely delicious!

Nona Alfredo-Style Pasta

Snacks

Throughout the day I snacked on a Cool Mint Chocolate Clif Bar (so good!), and a granny smith apple with Fauxmagerie Zengarry's Raw Brie Style Cheese, and some crackers. I also bought the Zengarry cheese at VegFest, and I've been absolutely loving it! This cheese is cashew based, and it tastes delicious. 

Clif Bar Cool Mint Chocolate

Fauxmagerie Zengarry Raw Brie Style

Dinner

My husband made dinner, and I think that he did really well! This dinner was made up of a tofu steak marinated in barbecue sauce, topped with mushrooms, and served with asparagus, brussels sprouts, corn, and a sweet potato!

Vegan Tofu Steak

So that rounds out another vegan food diary! I hope you'll check back next Tuesday to check out another food diary. What foods have you been loving lately?

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2 comments:

  1. YUM! I don't eat vegan but I do eat loads of veggies and plenty of vegan and vegetarian meals. That last one looks so delicious! I ordered a vegan dish made with zucchini and squash noodles and a cashew cream sauce when I was traveling last week and it was SO good, I really want to try to recreate something similar at home.

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    1. Cashew cream is the bomb!! The only downside is that cashews can be a bit pricey if you're cooking with them all the time!

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