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Creative title, right? Yep…

First off, I just wanted to say I am blown away at the response to my post yesterday about deciding to go to law school! I was afraid most people would just click past the post, but it was great to hear how so many of you have gone through similar experiences.

So today is another installment of What I Ate Wednesday and today’s post comes from, you guessed it: YESTERDAY! Why? Because it’s the only day I remembered to photograph my food! Clearly I blog well under pressure.


If you’re new to WIAW, head over to Peas and Crayons to find out what it’s all about and to look at some of the other participating blogs.

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Tuesday was my rest day, which I scheduled because I had a chiropractor appointment in the morning, which I knew would take up all my workout time. I was up early (the appointment was at 7:30am) and started my day with hot water with lemon, and then for breakfast I had a bowl of 2% Fage yogurt (with a little almond milk to thin it out), peanut butter and sliced banana. Quick and easy.

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I’d like to note that I’ve mentioned before about dairy possibly upsetting my stomach. Well, after one of these yogurts on Sunday, a latte on Monday and this yogurt this morning, I’ve learned I can handle dairy, but not a lot and not every day.

Also, I’ll share more about my Chiropractor appointment next week. I got a few ideas of what’s going on, but it was really just a general assessment and they took a couple x-rays, but I won’t go back until next Tuesday to go over everything with the doctor.

After I got back I started my laundry and was ready for a snack. I had a sliced bell pepper with a tahini sauce on the side. I just mixed 1/2 T tahini, 1/2 T chickpea miso, 1 T almond milk, a little pepper and a splash of lemon juice. It was really good! I also had a couple mugs of green tea.

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After finishing up my laundry, some school work, and lots of folding, it was time for lunch. I made a bowl of polenta (using half water and half almond milk) and then added in some sautéed zucchini, spinach and chicken sausage (from Trader Joe’s) with a little pepper. Again, not bad if I do say so myself!

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I also had several bites of spaghetti squash while cooking, since I was pulling that out of the oven at the same time.

After running around like a mad woman trying to get passport quality photos for my Bar exam application and get a form notarized, I finally made it to class at 4 and munched on an apple and an Almond Coconut KIND Bar at the beginning of class, along with a cup of coffee from Starbucks.

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I’ve always got to have a picture drawn in paint, that’s why you keep coming back, right? My mad skillz…

Once class was over at 5:50, I headed home (it takes about an hour to get home) and was so glad I’d already baked that spaghetti squash! For dinner I went back to an old favorite: spaghetti squash spaghetti! Rather than using ground turkey like I used to, I just sliced up some chicken sausage and sautéed it along with some spinach and added marinara sauce.

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For dessert, I made Katie’s Voluminous Ice Cream, but added cinnamon into the mix as well. I ate it with a protein chocolate sauce (1 T sunwarrior protein powder mixed with 1 T dark chocolate cocoa powder and water).

Sounds good, right? It was… and I forgot to take a picture. #Fail.

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Oh well. Perfect way to end the night!

Anyone else still using Microsoft Paint?

Have you ever bought tahini or miso? They’re new to me!



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