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Cook Something Bold- Pupusa

 

From Mexico featuring Corn Masa flour you can find the recipe at AllRecipes. My plan was to give it a try today but I am flat broke at the moment. I definitely want to try it though.

Last Sunday we began talking about Veganism and how to go about becoming one. I am still interested in pursuing it but the past week has taught me I can only go without meat for a little while. So I figure I'll start slow and eat vegan two times a week, that is two full days of vegan meals.

To begin I needed to find some recipes for Breakfast & Lunch as well as Dinner. Turns out AllRecipes my go to recipe site has a whole vegan section so I spend a couple of hours going through the recipes on the site to see what I could find that would work for me.

Breakfast

Breakfast Bowl with Fruit -  Cornflakes, yogurt & fruit. Easy Peasy

Breakfast Hash with potatoes & tofu - Lots & lots of vegetables

Strawberry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie - A different way to eat your oats

Lunch

Cobb Salad - Tasty & filling salad

Carrot Hot dogs - Yum!

Cucumber Sandwich - Tasty twist on that old standby

Dinner

Sheet pan Dinners - All of these sound good to me

Classic One Pot Dinners - I had trouble just choosing one of these too.

Slow Cooker Chili - I love my chili and this is similar

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