Posts Tagged ‘Sushi’

Hey, hey muffins!

Unfortunately I did not have muffins this morning. 😦

But I did have CHOBANI!


Anne P., the Chobani has arrived!


I topped mine with granola and called it breakfast. Sadly, I had to make do with Strawberry, because those Chobani peeps did not see fit to send me pineapple. Much sadness. 😦

I don’t allude to this much on the blog, but I am quite a forgetful person. Mama D. says I would forget my head, were it not attached to my neck. I planned to eat my tuna salad for lunch today, on a bed of romaine lettuce. So lovely, right?

I packed lettuce + a banana + PB.

No tuna salad.

I quickly rebounded though, when I realized this meant I could order lunch! Like a kid in a candy store I pored over the menu for Ajimi, a local sushi place.

I settled on seaweed salad + spicy tuna roll.


Got my tuna!


Epic. I haven’t had sushi in months. Way too long, if you ask me.


What I took from Vegan-4-A-Day:

I really enjoyed eating Vegan 4 A Day yesterday! It was fun to challenge myself and see how a vegan diet can work for my lifestyle. It gave me a new appreciation for all who follow a vegan diet, but it also made me realize that veganism is not for me. I am not one who really likes restrictions on my diet, although I did dabble in vegetarianism for a while this summer. Yesterday solidified the fact in my mind, that flexitarian diet is the one for me! I enjoy the freedom of choosing yogurt for breakfast, sushi for lunch, and hey, maybe tuna salad for dinner?

I do believe though, that a vegan diet is a very acceptable diet, and if done properly you can be very healthy on a vegan diet. Most vegans I know of practice veganism for health issues or because of animal rights issues. I think it is awesome to be so committed to a cause that you would give up meat, dairy and the like.

Me? I love my dogs and horses, but I do enjoy my sushi and tuna salad as well!



I don’t talk about it quite to the extent Caitlin does, but yes, I am a Twihard. 😉 I read all the books, as soon as I could get my hands on them, and I waited anxiously for the first movie to come out. I think I saw it three times in the theater.

I am not, however going to see New Moon tonight, or probably even this weekend at all.


Because I really cannot stand the crowds + screaming teenagers. I know, I am a crochety old lady.

I’m fine with that.

What about you?

Are you going to see New Moon tonight [as in bought your ticket a month ago]?Could you care less about vampires and don’t get what all the hype is about?

Do tell.

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