Meatless Monday: Video - Weekly on the Blog

Monday, July 8, 2013

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Breakfast:
  • Green smoothie - bananas, raspberries, spinach, water, and hemp protein powder
Snack:
  • Banana smoothie - bananas, water, hemp protein powder, chia seeds, and cinnamon.
Lunch:
  • Salad - iceberg, carrots, red cabbage, Roma tomatoes, with a RWV & GSO dressing


Dinner:
  • 3 tacos - homemade corn tortillas with pinto beans, tomatoes, onions, and cilantro.

Calories: ?
Colors: Yellow, green, red, brown, purple, orange
Water: 150 oz
Exercise: 40 min walk, 50 squats, stretching, C25K - W5D1, short swim
Sunshine: 60 mins
Sleep: 6.5 hours

Today starts the No Salt Challenge. Are you participating??

Meatless Monday
 
I feel sad about doing this, but today's Meatless Monday post will be a list of a few dishes that are meatless and simple to make. I've been so busy that I didn't even get a recipe together for today. But check out this list for a quick meal that has no meat in it at all.
 
  • Smoothies
    • Fruit smoothies are the best. Blend up your favorite combo.
  • Salads
    • Lots of greens and veggies with a homemade dressing is quick and easy.
  • Fruit plates
    • Just stick with fruit! Lots of delicious with no animal meat.
  • Pastas
    • Use brown rice or corn pasta and make your own marinara.
  • Rice
    • Make a rice and veggie dish and eat to your heart's content.
 
I hope this list helps! I will be prepared next Monday with a real meatless recipe for you guys. Either way, you can always make your favorite dishes without meat in them. I don't suggest substituting tofu for your meat because it's mostly GMO, but I always recommend meatless dishes. Have a great week!
 
Eat your fruits and veggies, kids.
(not the animals)

2 comments:

Angeline Kace said...

Wow! Interesting about tofu! I didn't know that. I have been thinking of trying it out so I could get away from meat. I need to get creative with my spiralizer and start making some good good-food! lol

Michelle Kampmeier said...

Yeah, soy is really kind of iffy. My husband is the one who knows more about it than I do. Fermented soy is okay - soy sauce, miso, tempeh, kombucha. But the soy products that aren't fermented are likely GMO. Corn is the same way, so you just have to be careful about what you're buying and where it comes from. :o) Let me know if you try out the spiralizer!

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