My very close friend Allison was over last night, and I haven’t seen her since the beginning of the summer and missed her so so much, but I kept remembering that today was Christmas Eve Eve and she kept reminding me that Christmas Eve Eve isn’t a thing. She was clearly wrong, though, because as soon as I woke up this morning I opened a text from my mom wishing me a very merry Christmas Eve Eve. So take that, Allison.
Since I began developing recipes for the blog, it seems like my recipes have devolved to being less and less healthful, and I think that it is because I have always pictured recipe sharing as something that I need to prepare an extravagant and commonly enjoyed food item for, so I try to think of traditional foods to convert into vegan foods. But the sacrifice of health that I usually make for food that I hope people might enjoy is just silly. For that reason, I want to make a vow to you all that I will incorporate more of a focus on health for my recipes in the future. However, if I do perfect a sinfully delicious cake recipe, I won’t be able to resist sharing it with you, so dont worry. AKA watch out.
This really is a simple recipe. I mean, it’s not even really so much a recipe as much as it is a source to know what yummy stuff I suggest putting in your tofu scramble.
You really can put whatever you want to in there! I seemed to get a great response from everyone when I put the simple hummus wrap suggestions up, so I thought that I would do something like that again here.
I have been working through something very difficult for the last few days, and I think it’s finally time to admit it and talk through it with you all.
I originally wanted to publish a post on Monday. As in three days ago. But something occurred on Sunday that I couldn’t have prepared myself for and that I couldn’t have set time aside for beforehand. You see, on Sunday afternoon I finally logged into Netflix for the first time on my own, and I lost a battle with my curiosity.
This recipe is super simple, and it is my go-to for breakfast. I recently read and article by a man who went on a spiritual buddhist-inspired retreat, and he commented that during it they always ate oatmeal/porridge for breakfast because it was simple, nutritious, and filling. I loved that idea, so I have been incorporating oatmeal into my breakfast routine more and more. During the morning time, I’m not really looking for something spectacular or taste-bud-alteringly delicious, but I was afraid of maybe becoming bored of the meal if I had it every day.