Breakfast:

1 cup of English Breakfast Tea with Soy Milk

1 Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich on Toasted Wheat Bread

English Breakfast Tea and Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jelly Sandwich on Toasted Wheat Bread

Lunch:

(Work Lunch @ Souplantation)

2 servings/plateful of salad: Lettuce, Spinach, Carrots, Corns, GreenPeas, Zucchini, Cucumber with Salt/Pepper and Balsamic Vinegar/Olive Oil

1 small bowl of Pinto beans soup

1 slice of sour dough bread

1 cup of Diet Coke

1 cup of Iced Blueberry Green Tea 

water

Dinner: (@ Little Tokyo)

Ramen with Vegetarian broth, salt, #6, garlic and corn

1 serving of Orochon Ramen: Vegetarian Salt #6 with Corn and Garlic

water

1 white daifuku

1 medium piece of Philippine rice cake

NOTES:

This may be the second time I had salad as a meal since I turned vegan. I find it interesting that it actually filled me up. I was full after my second plate. I dont think I get my money’s worth on All you can eat pieces anymore because I realize that I tend to eat small portions now though at times, I have tendencies/cravings to munch on something as snacks in between meals, as evident in my previous daily posts.  🙂 

Breakfast:

1 regular Soy Caramel Latte extra soy milk from Coffee Bean and Tea

Lunch:

2 cups of penne pasta with 1 Gardein Chicken Scallopini, garlic, Portobello mushroom and chili flakes

1 medium/large size banana

Water

Snack:

1 16oz iced EnergiTEA from Chado Tearoom (Green Tea with rooibos, ginseng, linden and orange)

1 Taro Gyuhi (from Mikawaya in Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles)

Snack at Little Tokyo
Energitea and Taro Gyuhi (from Chado Tearoom and Mikawaya

 Drink:

Art night @ Pasadena 

2-3 sips of White wine (not a fan hehehe)

sparkling water

Dinner:

Happy Hour @ Mccormicks and Schmicks, Pasadena, CA

1 order Garlic Fries with hot sauce

1 order fried zucchini

1 glass of Guinness (delicious, sweet and chocolate-y)

1/4 pickle

water

NOTES:

This has been a fun and full day for me. I tried a tea from Chado Tea room for the first time, so many options, its hard to decide which one to take. I am satisfied with my option though. Now drinking it with mochi – perfect combo :). 

Happy Hour at Mccormicks is interesting as well. I normally order the buffalo wings and cheeseburger. However since I have been a vegan for quite some time now, it was weird not ordering it. Though the fries came with the buffalo/tabasco sauce instead of ketchup, so in a way I had a taste of it… The fried zucchini is excellent at this restaurant though compared to the downtown restaurant. Their serving is much more filling and satisfying. 

Meal 1:

1 cup brown rice

1 serving stir fry vegetables ( tofu, baby bok choy, carrot, spinach, eggplant) 

water

Snack:

I tall iced green tea ( Starbucks)

Meal 2:

1 very thin crust pizza with tomato sauce, mushroom, onion and spinach ( 12 inch diameter) from Bollinis (http://www.bollinispizzeria.com)

4 slices of watermelon

water

Note:

Bollini’s is one of my favorite pizza places. Their pizzas are delicious and I love their very thin crust cooked in their wood fire oven. I have a small size pizza with tomato sauce, no cheese and toppings are mushroom, onion, and spinach. Would definitely need to visit them again. Their customer service is excellent as well.  http://www.bollinispizzeria.com/

I was planning to take a photo however I got too hungry and remember to take a photo when i finished the whole thing hahahaha… next time.