Join me in another episode of What I Eat in a Day – Vegan style!
We started our day with a cleansing elixir, the Master Cleanse Lemonade for breakfast. We had 3 throughout our morning. For lunch we had a huge kale salad with sauerkraut, hummus, peppers and veggie chips followed by a couple medjool dates each for a treat. We did some yoga and then had another lemonade when we came in. We later snacked on fresh fruit with an afternoon coffee. For dinner we finished strong with our most loved soups, Creamy Potato Soup with Crisp Potatoes on top. It is soooooo creamy, has different textures and is amazing! As if all that weren’t enough we each enjoyed a slice of Blackberry Lime Bliss Out Cheesecake for dessert. We also snacked on cashews though not featured. All in all, a great day of eating.
Breakfast: Master Cleanse Lemonade - get their recipe here: http://themastercleanse.org/
Lunch: Must Have Kale Salad with 3 Ingredient Dressing | http://www.artisticvegan.com/blog/must-have-kale-salad-with-3-ingredient-dressing
Dinner: Creamy Potato Soup with Roasted Potatoes – Recipe: http://www.artisticvegan.com/blog/creamy-potato-soup-with-black-beans-and-roasted-potatoes-vegan-oil-gluten-free (I made ours without black beans, though its next level with them!)
Dessert: Blackberry Lime Bliss Out Cheesecake - http://www.artisticvegan.com/blog/blackberry-lime-bliss-out-cheesecake
Link to video here.
I also have really great news!!! It is with GREAT honor and excitement that I share with JOY, this blog, Artistic Vegan has made the Top 100 Vegan Blogs!!
When I was working my 9-5, I had my little trinkets in my cubicle to bring in that sense of inner peace. I was particularly fond of a card that my sweet mom gave me, it had a girl with wings hanging down from a gemstone, the card read:
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
― Howard Thurman
I would often ask myself, what would make me come to life. Often I wasn't sure, but I knew it was beyond these cubicle walls. It was later discovered, when I was falling in love with my soul mate, Gerald, that my passion would be helping others go vegan. He taught me to find my passion and share it. I found it through cooking and blogging. I would blog after work and wonder if it would ever grow beyond a few viewers. It did, slowly but surely. I often referred to it as my hobby, soon it became so much more than that. 4 years later, 2 cookbooks later, I'm finding my way. Thank you all for your love, your support, for subscribing and for reading.
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