KALORIE-KILLAH

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Pre-veggie food shopping.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Here's what my pantry, fridge, and rest of my kitchen looks like after I just got back from doing food shopping for veggie-friendly stuff for my one-month vegetarian diet starting Wednesday!


My pantry. See all of those cans? That'd be lots and lots of beans, and some regular veggies too.


Last summer when I was on SP, Thomas' Light Multigrain English Muffins were my freaking savior! Only 100 Calories, very filling, and can be used in so many ways!


Tofu, veggies, apple sauce, egg beaters, and more are now more prevalent in my fridge.


Low fat & low sugar ice cream treats, frozen veggies, frozen multigrain waffles, frozen soy burgers... yum! Uh, yeah... vodka and rum, too. Haha.


Fruits!

Nom nom nom nom...!
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  • S_HANSEN
    Does anyone have a fridge that clean? Wow, my hat goes off to you... It looks good... Make sure you are eating a lot of fresh food as well as canned and frozen... fresh is always best... have a good Sunday and good luck on your veggie journey... emoticon Sondra
    3180 days ago
  • MARYBETH_OHIO
    You go girl that looks just awesome can I come over to have a meal lol.. You keep up the good work..
    Huggles,
    Marybeth
    3180 days ago
  • KITKAT1982
    Great job planning. Watch your sodium too with the packaged food. It can creep up on you. Good luck with vegetarian diet. Please let us know how you like it. I am trying to eat a lot less red meat, and get my protein from legumes, nuts, fish and poultry. Wishing you well. emoticon Kate
    3180 days ago
  • NIGHTSRAINFALL
    I love vegetarian food, though I am not one myself. My roommate is so, I'm one 80-90% of the time. I hope you have a good month with it. :-)
    3180 days ago
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