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What I Ate Wednesday #79

Posted by Sinfully Nutritious


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Hello all! I hope you have been enjoying a wonderful summer.  It has been super busy around here but we have been having so much fun.  It has become harder and harder for me to capture a days worth of meals, I end up halfway done eating and realize I never took a picture!  So, for the next few weeks of summer, I am going to highlight my favorite meals of the week no matter what day they occur. 

I so excited that we were able to move our new bigger camper to our permanent space on the bay. We grew out of the little guy and now I have a real kitchen, no more covering the sink with a cutting board to make coffee! So hopefully some of my meals will be taken there soon. Smile

Breakfast: Favorite breakfast still remains Avocado (gluten free) toast with tofu eggs on top. On the side were some fried up potatoes left over the the previous nights baked potatoes.




Andy had his on a fresh baked bakery bagel.



Favorite Lunch: Vegan Chicken  Soup with Gluten Free Pasta


I was craving soup and it tasted amazing, just like Grandma’s, only without chicken and without gluten!!!!

Lots of chunky veggies and spinach. I put some vegan chicken in for Mya and Andy, I avoided it because of the gluten. Since I don’t have a severe allergy to gluten, it does not bother me unless I actually eat the food with the gluten in it.


Favorite Snack: Local Farmed Cantaloupe


Years back I got very ill after eating cantaloupe and I avoided it for years. Now I found a local organic famer that grows amazing melons. I have finally been able to confidently enjoy these great melons again!


I clean them, cut them up, and leave them in ready to go bowls in the fridge for easy snacking. Mya and her friends really like cold cantaloupe on these hot days. My grandmother used to always put cut up cantaloupe on our ice cream when we were kids. Vanilla with chocolate syrup and small dice cantaloupe. It may sound strange, but it was delicious. I introduced it to Mya and Andy and they loved it.

Dinner: Favorite Dinner, bbq with potatoes, fresh local corn and baked beans! That might always be my summer favorite, especially when eaten outside.


Mya and Andy had vegan riblets, I had a gluten free burger in bbq sauce to make my own mock riblet.




Favorite part, potatoes. I love baked/grilled potatoes, I could eat them everyday.


Favorite drink this week… coconut water!


This brand tastes just like freshly opened coconut water. It is so hydrating and has a slight sweetness.

That wraps up the WIAW meals of the week. Hopefully some of the future meals will be made and photographed in my new camper kitchen…

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The pictures will be taken on the table that overlooks the bay…

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Now we have a bay window with a bay view!


I hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday and a great week. I know I will be preparing for back to school. Sad smile 


Happy What I Ate Wednesday!

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What I Ate Wednesday #78

Posted by Sinfully Nutritious


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Hi all, welcome to What I Ate Wednesday #78, thanks so much for stopping by. 

Today is all about the meals, simple summer meals that would make any veggie eater very happy!

Breakfast Sandwiches…

Spinach and portabella tofu eggs with new vegan Daiya Swiss Cheese! Served on a bagel for Andy and 1/2 a gluten free English Muffin for me.



It has been four years since I have had Swiss cheese, I almost forgot what it tastes like.  When I saw the Daiya Swiss slices at the grocery store, I was ecstatic. I was so anxious to try, I was scared I would be disappointed, but to my surprise, there is such a thing as VEGAN SWISS!!!! Yes, it tastes and smells like  Swiss cheese.  Andy loved it as well. I also bought the Provolone and Cheddar. I am planning on “meatball” sandwiches with the Provolone today…can’t wait.


These sandwiches were built with tofu eggs, caramelized onions, juicy portabella mushrooms, garlic, and baby spinach, then topped with Swiss, which melted perfectly!



This nutrition packed breakfast kept me full for hours. In fact by lunch, all I wanted was a garden picked tomato salad.  I picked a variety of super ripe tomatoes out of my garden.

This one was huge!



Sliced tomato, onion, basil, sea salt, olive oil, pepper and Teese Mozzarella thinly sliced,



I served mine over over a bed of fresh spring mix that I drizzled Balsamic glaze over before placing my tomatoes on top.





Chinese for dinner! A stir-fry of shitake mushrooms, green beans, broccoli, water chestnuts, and baked tofu over Jasmine rice.




We also had a evening snack of stove top popped corn, which I forgot to take a photo of!

Thanks for stopping by to see this week’s What I Ate Wednesday #78!

Have a great week…



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