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In 1223 Church on May 6, 2011 at 11:54 pm

It’s May. MAAAY.

It’s been three months since I have posted anything in this blog! This blog I once poured my heart and brains into! I even made that header.  To be honest, as much as I love it,  it’s the reason I’ m have entered into scandalous territories of neglect. The fact that Fish Food shows up over the header in big red text really irks me. I am ashamed of it.

I would like some help with that, thanks!

Aside from that, I’m still EATING and I’m still eating VEGAN and now I have come to terms with my WHEAT INTOLERANCE. Now I love life even more because of all the painless tummy times I’ve been having! What joy. Seriously. A torso that feels like a hard, inflated bruise is not a good time.

SO!

I should be here! And I should be at XGFX, too! And in the garden growing as much as my knowledge and luck will let me!

 Let me fill you in on the latter part of February!

Mexican Style Salsa Potatoes

Oh I wish I could remember what I put in this outstanding  potato dish. Sigh!

Quesadilla!

Touch me all over, you sultry quesadilla. I could have you every day. Onions, green pepper, mushrooms mixed with cheddar and mozza Daiya… yes please!

Fiery Falafel Scramble

One morning when I was out of my usual scramble ingredients I had this genius idea to use FALAFEL MIX! It was ah-maze-ing! I added some chili flakes and kept the colors fiery with red pepper, corn, and carrots!

Taquito, taquito!

For the “meat” on the inside I used The Ordinary Vegetarian’s “Super Veggie Lentil Taco Meat” recipe mixed with some cheddar Daiya! I baked these babies to retain their healthfulness. Here’s a picture before they entered my heat chamber:

Taquitos uncooked

Siamese Twin Velvet Pancakes

I know this isn’t a super sexy picture of vegan pancakes but I hope you can appreciate their Siamese twin nature. Plus, these pancakes were velvet to the touch. So lush.

Phew!

I’ll be back soon with MARCH!

xo

TFish


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