28 Day Vegan Challenge : Days 14 and 15

2 days in pictures.  In addition to the food shown here, I nibbled on too many nuts and dried fruits, one bag of popcorn, 1 Bounce ball, some crisps, some vegan chocolates from Booja Booja and Goupie and too much wine.

14th February 2013

Breakfast; pomegranate, kale, spinach, banana, apricot kernel butter and almond milk.

pomegranate and greens green pomegranate smoothie

Lunch; roasted potatoes and aubergines with tzatziki and ketchup.potatoes, aubergine, tzatziki and ketchup

Supper.  This sauce is fantastic – get some and try it.

plum & hoisin sauce

Brown Basmati rice, edamame beans, onions, mushrooms and green pepper.IMG_279815th February 2013

7am, the view towards Tower Bridge, taken from London Bridge.  Come on London, wakey wakey.

view towards Tower Bridge from London Bridge

Breakfast; raw buckwheat groats, soaked overnight and in the morning mixed with vanilla soya yogurt, almond milk, chia seeds and a mashed banana.buckwheat breakfast

Lunch time in the International Food Market on Whitecross Street, London EC1Food Market

The salad in a spinach wrap from the Turkish stall.  Amazing!Spinach wrap and salad

How healthy has your eating been this week?

About Lose Weight and Gain Health

Hi! My name is Zoe and I live in Hastings, East Sussex, with my son Harvey and dog, Milton. I have been fighting the fat for years but this time I am serious. I want to lose weight and gain health. This blog is about how I am changing my lifestyle so I can lose weight but not by just "being on a diet" but by making small changes to our lives so that as I lose weight, I gain health. I want my family to be healthy too and never have to struggle with their weight like I have. In common with many large people, I have gained and lost weight many times over the years. This time, I want to lose it and maintain a healthy low weight. I am interested in eating food that is nutrient dense and delicious and that appeals to children and adults. I do not eat animal products so follow a vegan diet. I try to use locally produced food supplemented with what I can grow myself. I support and try to use local farmers markets and farm shops. Another objective is to add more exercise to our days. It sounds so simple when I write it down :-)
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