so when i became a vegan i thought there were certain things i was just going to have to let go of.  like doro wot (yep, pretty much a rap), bomb mexican grub (still haven’t found a spot that does it for me in l.a.), and grilled cheese sandwiches, especially once i got real picky and started cutting out soy as well.  While I don’t see myself finding an alternative to berbere infused chicken stew any time soon, I am happy to say that I’ve discovered a slamming way to make those sandwiches i love: Daiya Cheese.  
after a serious workout at the gym tonight, i made a simple but delicious sandwich w/ sprouted bread, grilled w/ a little grapeseed oil and stuffed w/ daiya.  the cheese is so tasty that i didn’t feel the need to add any vegan spread.  a little side salad completes the meal…and provides a little balance to this comfort food (which is totally necessary every now and then!)  

so when i became a vegan i thought there were certain things i was just going to have to let go of.  like doro wot (yep, pretty much a rap), bomb mexican grub (still haven’t found a spot that does it for me in l.a.), and grilled cheese sandwiches, especially once i got real picky and started cutting out soy as well.  While I don’t see myself finding an alternative to berbere infused chicken stew any time soon, I am happy to say that I’ve discovered a slamming way to make those sandwiches i love: Daiya Cheese.  

after a serious workout at the gym tonight, i made a simple but delicious sandwich w/ sprouted bread, grilled w/ a little grapeseed oil and stuffed w/ daiya.  the cheese is so tasty that i didn’t feel the need to add any vegan spread.  a little side salad completes the meal…and provides a little balance to this comfort food (which is totally necessary every now and then!)  

so when i became a vegan i thought there were certain things i was just going to have to let go of.  like doro wot (yep, pretty much a rap), bomb mexican grub (still haven’t found a spot that does it for me in l.a.), and grilled cheese sandwiches, especially once i got real picky and started cutting out soy as well.  While I don’t see myself finding an alternative to berbere infused chicken stew any time soon, I am happy to say that I’ve discovered a slamming way to make those sandwiches i love: Daiya Cheese.  
after a serious workout at the gym tonight, i made a simple but delicious sandwich w/ sprouted bread, grilled w/ a little grapeseed oil and stuffed w/ daiya.  the cheese is so tasty that i didn’t feel the need to add any vegan spread.  a little side salad completes the meal…and provides a little balance to this comfort food (which is totally necessary every now and then!)  

so when i became a vegan i thought there were certain things i was just going to have to let go of.  like doro wot (yep, pretty much a rap), bomb mexican grub (still haven’t found a spot that does it for me in l.a.), and grilled cheese sandwiches, especially once i got real picky and started cutting out soy as well.  While I don’t see myself finding an alternative to berbere infused chicken stew any time soon, I am happy to say that I’ve discovered a slamming way to make those sandwiches i love: Daiya Cheese.  

after a serious workout at the gym tonight, i made a simple but delicious sandwich w/ sprouted bread, grilled w/ a little grapeseed oil and stuffed w/ daiya.  the cheese is so tasty that i didn’t feel the need to add any vegan spread.  a little side salad completes the meal…and provides a little balance to this comfort food (which is totally necessary every now and then!)  

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in naming my blog, i realized that the best thing i can do is be completely honest and vulnerable about the fact that trying to be healthy is something i must commit to…EVERY DAY.

some days, i’m great…and can resist the potatoes that shapeshift into chips, fries, hashbrowns, smothered potatoes, tacos de papa…and the chocolate that whispers sweet nothings to me while i innocently stroll through the aisles of whole foods or tjs. BUT, there are some days days when i feel a little off center, and look to food for comfort. or days when the sun is shining, i’m feeling giddy, and i treat myself to enough vegan cookies to kill a small horse.

journey with me as i learn to make friends with my IFG and put her on notice that we will be ready for the beach this summer, by any means necessary!

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