Meal 1: 

Veggie Chowmein with 2 toasted wheat bread spread with Earth Balance Butter

1 serving of Vegetarian Chowmein (I turned my left over stir fry into veggie chowmein)

2 cups of chocolate soy milk from Trader Joe’s

water

1 medium size banana

Snack: (while watching a movie at home with family)

1/4 cup of popcorn (measurement down prior to kernel popping)

1 glass of Ginger Ale 

water

Snack 2:

1 1/2 mini panini sandwich of Tofurky deli and Daiya Cheddar Shreds

1 bottle of Vitamin Water (Focus)

Meal 2: 

1 serving of adobong sitao

1 piece of grilled Gardein Chick’n Scallopini

1 cup of brown rice

2 piece of dried mango

water

1 scoop of Trader Joe’s chocolate cherry Ice Cream (my last scoop)

Midnight Snack: (THIS IS BAD!!)

1 small bowl of rice with adobong sitao

water

NOTE: 

I ate a lot on this day without my realizing it. I did not write it down my journal book as soon as I ate it, :(. Anyway, that is life  I just need to keep track next time. 

The soy ice cream did last me for quite sometime (about 20 days ago). I may need to stop by again to get that and the soy mini ice cream sandwiches. 

Breakfast:

1 cup of Black Tea with Soy Milk

1 Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich on Toasted Wheat Bread

Lunch:

1 cup of Brown Rice

1 cup of Adobo with Bamboo Shoots and Eggplant

5 pieces of Gardein Beefless Tips (added to the adobo)

1 medium Banana

Water

Dinner:

Nachos topped with homemade chili

1 plate of organic corn tortilla chips

1 cup of chili (homemade leftover from the night before)

1 scoop of Trader Joe’s Cherry Chocolate Soy Ice Cream

1 cup of carbonated water

water

NOTES:

I can’t believe that I got full from chips and chili. Though I consider that I am well fed this day.  🙂 

Meal 1:

1 1/2 brown rice

1 serving of stir fry fofu with soyaki sauce (left over from the night before)

Snack 1:

1 handful of tortilla chips

1 scoop of Trader Joe’s Cherry Chocolate SOY Ice Cream

Snack 2:

1 peanut butter and banana sandwhich on wheat bread

1 cup of Trader Joe’s Choco Soy Milk

Meal 2:

1 cup brown rice

Adobo with Bamboo Shoots and Eggplant

1 serving of Adobong Bamboo Shoots and Eggplants (mom cooked it 🙂 )

5 pieces of Gardein Beefless Tips (I added the protein to the adobo)

1 glass of carbonated water

Notes:

I would like to thank my mom for cooking the adobo with veggies, its a nice break from my stir fry veggies and to have the taste of filipino food. Adobo is one of my favorite dishes. 🙂