Wednesday, September 12, 2012

WTF Wednesday

Kashi Cinnamon Harvest and Flaxseed Milk for breakfast. Anyone remember the good old days when I didn't post breakfast?
Sukhi's Spinach Tofu Naanwich for lunch followed by some TJ's Chickenless Chicken with Goddess Dressing.
Mr. SV's Spaghetti with TJ's Meatless Meatballs.
FF has been known to frequently indulge, but for some reason it was Mary that finally convinced me to buy some fresh Figs this week. They are delightful. Really enjoyed these for dessert tonight.
Sure hope I can cut back a little tomorrow. Since the Subs on Monday night, I've been feeling a tad 'bulky'.


foodfeud said...

You call them the good old days; I call them the dark ages.
It's pretty late in the season for figs, isn't it? Glad you found some good ones. They can be find of hit or miss.

xvavaveganx said...

I'm with FF, I'm liking the breakfast pics way more than no breakfast pics. :) That spinach and naan sandwich seriously looks delicious every time. Nice bowl of balls ha ;) I've had grilled figs before, they were good! Sounds like a nice refreshing dessert!

I guess I am high maintenance nutritionwise huh?

Anonymous said...

oh my gosh fresh figs! i've never had them fresh - only dried. i think i may need to search some out-- those just look too amazing!

Mary said...

Yay, glad you got some. I've been enjoying mine quite a bit.

blessedmama said...

Oh, my goodness, please don't remind us when we weren't privy to your breakfasts! I don't think I can go back there.

I'm digging everything you posted, except I still can't wrap my head around that naan sandwich yet. But, I'm going to trust your taste buds. computer is so down, it may never get back up again, but I had to find a way, any way, to comment to you.

Nikki said...

The spinach naanwich looks really good. And thank goodness for TJs. They really have so many great healthy prepared food options. Before I had to omit gluten I drank, I mean, used a bottle of the goddess dressing every week :)

Miss Rachel said...

I've heard fresh figs can be quite a thing to behold, but unfortunately, the one time I had one, it was nothing special. Perhaps I will try again.

Anonymous said...

I've never had a fresh fig, only dried. I'd love to try them, though.

I'm glad you post your breakfast because you've given me a few good ideas from time to time. :)

The Shenandoah Vegan said...

Hey Now!!!!

FF, scuze me for not knowing the official season of the Fig. Do tell what it is. If you really do know...

VaVa, come to think of it, you are also high maintenance in terms of your foods not touching each other. Methinks you're starting to sound kinda neurotic!

GFHTummy, the Figs are even more interesting on the inside. I just don't have enough light to capture the innards in all their glory.

Mary, thanks for being the straw that broke the Fig resistant camel's back.

Blessed Mama, ah yes, you were there back in the good old days when I didn't feel the need to bow to public pressure. The Naanwich is like Spinach Quiche inside thin toast. You would like it. What's the deal with your computer?

Nikki, a new commenter! How exciting! Not that my regular commenters aren't exciting, but a new one is always appreciated.

Miss Rachel, I believe I lucked out with this little basket of Figs. They are quite pleasing and exotic.

Molly, the fresh Figs taste just like the middle of a Fig Newton. Regarding breakfast: Kashi Cinnamon Harvest is so delicious 100% of the time, I've seriously considered eating it for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week.