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Vegan Homemade Breakfast

During the week, I make quick recipes for Genki Husband before he goes to work. Then on the weekends I love to make a full vegan breakfast for something special (as long as we are not doing something special). This weekend brekkie was tofu scramble (mock scrambled eggs), homemade vegan chia seed jam, homemade American biscuits and finally breakfast crumbles. We did not get through all of this in one sitting, actually we ate it a few more times to tell you the truth. It was delicious though so we did not mind. You can find all these recipes on my sight.

Today is our final blog with miscellaneous meal photos.  I hope to get back to daily blogs with information on what we are eating as a vegan and recipes to share with all of you.  Eating vegan is so easy and mouth-watering that once you get used to the idea of eating healthy food you will never return to eating a SAD (standard American diet).  Here is what ate as vegans:

Quinoa Lunch with mixed veggies vegan

Vegan Lunch: Quinoa, mixed steamed veggies and a few pieces of Japanese pickles. I love just taking whatever we have in the fridge from the night before or frozen veggies and placing over a large bowl of grains for lunch. It’s super easy and nutritiously healthy.

Rice, hijiki and vegetable Dinner

Here’s another example of what I eat when Genki Husband is on a business trip. This was Japanese steamed rice with hijiki (seaweed), frozen veggies, a little soy sauce, 1/2 red bell pepper, 1/2 English cucumber and some hummus. Yep, I ate it all! Again, when you eat healthy whole grain, fresh produce you can eat more and not worry.

Leftover Dinner Mix up

This is a delicious dinner made from things that were just in our fridge. This is hummus sprinkled with sumac, red bell peppers, steamed broccoli, steamed carrots, organic mixed greens, baked Japanese purple potato, and tofu/vegan dogs stir-fried together.

Leftover Vegan Salad Dinner

Here is what my plate looked like from the above spread. Note there is a purple potato at the top of the blue plate. The dressing was homemade hummus with some nutritional yeast.

Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Crunchy Vegan Oatmeal Raisin Cookies I made for Genki Husband to take along on a business trip to Tennessee a few weeks ago. Everyone said they loved these cookies – even the non-vegans. Score!

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Vegan

Just a closer look at these cookies.

So finally we have come to an end of the misc photo collection of what I have been eating lately.  I hope to get started on the daily blogs again with all the things we are eating.  Hopefully you enjoyed these blogs.