Thursday, July 06, 2006

Midweek munchies

The last couple of days I've made a lentil loaf which is in the freezer (lentils, leftover grilled veggies, sunflower seeds, homemade breadcrumbs, flaxmeal, lipton onion soup mix, tiny bit of salsa), Mac and Cheez out of my Cashew, Chickpea Sandwich spread (mock tunaish).. and some amazing sushi.. OMG.. the sushi! I haven't taken a pic, but will the next time I make it which will probably be today. I took the chickpea spread (I think I must of read a blog somewhere with this idea, but I can't rememer who it was), avocado, brown rice with freshly grated ginger, apple cider vinegar, a pinch of stevia, Siracha, and tons of Wasabi), grated carrots, chives and sliced cucumber. I made the dipping sauce out of soy sauce , a couple drops sesame oil and water.. and spread even more wasabi on each piece. It was sooo good. I ate two rolls for dinner last night. My husband and oldest son loved them too.. (my younger son is a bit picky, so he won't usually try some of my food.. he had cereal for dinner)

Harmonias Midweek Munchies Meme

Midweek Munchies: What Melody is contributing for the week


(I'd say about 1/2 of this is organic)

Smart Bacon
4 pack avocado
5 lbs red potatoes
2 lbs silken tofu
2 packages extra firm tofu
8 garlic bulbs
2 lbs tomatoes
4 red onions
2 lbs yellow onions
2 lbs zucchini
2 lbs green peppers
2 english cucumbers
2 lbs carrots
1 head romaine lettuce
1 head iceberg lettuce
2 very large watermelons
7 lbs cherries (I know, it's a lot, but we'll eat them or freeze what we don't use)
1 lb ginger root
3 bunches cilantro
1 lb tempeh
5 lbs all purpose, unbleached King Arthur's flour
2 lbs mozzarella cheese (dairy)
1 gallon milk (dairy)
32 oz sauerkraut
sweet relish
unsweetened kool aid (my bad, but I sweeten it with stevia, so it could be worse.. I also make popsicles out of it and my kids friends drink it)
1 gallon vanilla soymilk
silk french vanilla creamer
12 pack lemon seltzer
package sesame seed buns
strawberry all fruit
soy flour
2 loaves whole wheat bread
2 15 oz cans chickpeas
2 15 oz cans white beans
2 15 oz cans kidney beans
7 gallons spring water
yellow mustard

Total Spent: $124.57 (my goal was to keep it under 100.. oh well.. )




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6 comments:

  1. 7 pounds of cherries? That must have cost a small fortune! :)

    Sorry about the problems with the logging in...Tara had the same problem...not sure what is going on. I have looked into it and keep coming up blank.

    I will continue to try...would you be willing to sign up again under a like name...you can PM me and I can adjust your number of posts to match your old name...what do you think? Let me see if I can change another setting...

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  2. Oh! Almost made that grocery goal! Yesterday's breakfast looks pretty good. Flaming sushi rolls....tons of wasabi!

    I notice your gallon of soymilk. If your family are big soymilk drinkers. I make soymilk at about 23 cents per 6 cups. I have 2 machines to I get a little less than one gallon for less than 50 cents in about 20 minutes (cleanup time included).

    I still haven't learned how to enjoy avacado yet.

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  3. holy toLEDO! that's alotta food! 4 pack avocado. ever read that funny craigslist story about the fact that you ahve to buy 4 avocados from TJ's? it's hilarious!!!

    soymilk. ick. i hate it. i drink it but i'm not happy about it. coruse i was a gallon a week milk drinker too...that hurt to give that up. but probably not as much as it hurt the beings that had to give it to me...

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  4. I was gonna say, you feeding an entire army over there? I saw that craigslist rant about TJ’s, it was pretty funny. I get all my avocados at the farmers market anyway. I love cherries so much I could probably polish off 7 lbs before they went bad.

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  5. mmm..your sushi sounds amazing.

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  6. thanks for the peek into your shopping cart.

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