Monday, November 1st, 2010

Food Journal – Sunday’s Eats!

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal

Here is my day of deliciousness :) Everything is organic. Mostly raw except for dinner.

First off. Let me share a picture of my little kitchen helper, Kamea. And, be sure to check out her Halloween costume at Green Mommy Blog!

Green Juice made with my Hurom Juicer.
It had carrots, apples, curly kale, and meyer lemon. 
(See my review of juicers here.)

Using a paint straining bag from the hardware store
(much cheaper than a nut milk bag!) to make it smooooooth!

Fruit Shake with fixins.
It had sweet strawberries, ripe bananas, raw sunflower lecithin (brain power!), probiotic powder (Ejuva’s Moflora), and hemp protein powder (oops. Forgot to get the hemp in the picture). Blended with my Vita-Mix. (See my review of blenders here. Note: I’ve been using the Vita-Mix more since Kamea was born because it’s quieter.)

Double Scoop Protein Shake.
This had Sun Warrior’s Protein Powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, and Greener Grasses. (I’m increasing my protein intake a bit… trying to fight the massive postpartum hair shedding although I’m not sure I can even really do anything about it. Makes me feel better for trying though.)

Salad.
Fresh salad with gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, orange bell pepper, raw olives (yum!), 
and Zukay’s Cucumber Mint dressing (fat-free goodness loaded with probiotics)
I also had a small serving of homemade kale chips
(will share details on these in an upcoming post).

Steamed orange cauliflower with black lentils (groovy lentils I found at Whole Foods and couldn’t resist). Ehem… Halloween colors for dinner. :) Although once the orange cauliflower is steamed it takes on a more yellow-ish color. Oh well. The intent was there. ;)
I also added some hummus.

DESSERT! Dates with raw peanut butter! I found the raw peanut butter at Whole Foods, too. This is from Vivapura and is handcrafted from an ancient Amazon Heirloom Wild Jungle Peanut. How bad-ass is that?! The nuts are 26% protein and they’re aflatoxin-free.
It was really good stuff. I would buy it again.

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