Breakfast: 

Water ( I walk/jogged in the morning and after I got back, I only wanted water)

Lunch:

1 medium size quesadilla (with Yves Ground meat and Daiya Cheddar Shreds)

water

Snack:

(Four Leaf @ Little Tokyo)

1 16oz Iced Green Tea (semi-sweetened)

water

Dinner:

Baked Tofu and Stir Fry Vegetables

1 1/2 cup of brown rice

1 1/2 serving of stir fry vegetable (Kale, Carrots, green beans, baby corn)

4 slices of baked tofu (marinated in Soyaki, Inspired from my baked tofu at the Elephant Bar)

1 scoop of Trader Joe’s Chocolate cherry Soy Creamy

water

 

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Meal 1:

1 small serving of miso soup with tofu and roasted seaweed

1 cup of white rice

1 serving of stir fry tofu and veggies (carrots and cabbage) in SOYAKI sauce

Meal 2:

Veggie Burrito with chips and salsa

1 veggie burrito ( rice, black beans, salsa, guacamole) from Baja Buds 

1 small side of chips and salsa

water

Snack:

1 small SOY latte on larger cup for the extra soy milk from Coffee Bean and Tea

2 slices of watermelon

NOTES:

The veggie burrito was something new to my taste buds. It’s been a while since I had mexican food and while looking for place to eat, I saw Falafel king… like what I said in the previous posts, I am taking a break from falafels for a while since the last one I ate was not delicious or satisfying. Back to the veggie burrito, at first I thought it will be boring but after the first bite I was surprise with it – new flavors in my mouth. I almost inhaled the whole burrito really quick and was full at the end. I am one happy person. 

Cross Section ( Veggie Burrito

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. 🙂

Meal 1:

1 1/2 cup white rice

1 stir fry – Gardein Chicken Scallopini, Portabello Mushroom, Corn, Carrot, Green Beans

water

1/2 cup Chocolate Soy Milk from Trader Joes

Meal 2:

Soyaki Stir Fry with Tofu, Asparagus and Broccoli

2 servings of stir fry tofu with asparagus and broccoli in SOYAKI sauce ( from Trader Joes)

1 cup white rice

2 cups of Trader Joes Chocolate Soy Milk

1/2  banana (med size)

water

1 small scoop of Trader Joe’s Cherry Chocolate Chip Soy Ice cream

Notes:

Soyaki from Trader Joes – DELICIOUS… I’m so glad I found this sauce… it tastes like teriyaki and it has a good blend of flavors. I would definitely use it over and over again. 

Trader Joes Chocolate Soy Milk is my favorite  choco soy milk so far. The taste is just right – chocolatey but not too sweet. 🙂 I could drink the whole carton but I have to stop myself.