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Food: pudding and frittata

For last week’s lunch I made a veggie-tofu pudding.

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veggie-tofu pudding (3 meal servings or 6 as side)

  • 2 can of sweet corns
  • 1 package of frozen spinach
  • 1 package of firm tofu
  • 5 eggs
  • 1/4 cup nutritional yeast
  • S+P
1. Ground corns together with 2 eggs in food processor, season with S+P. Bake at 375F for 20 min until firm.
2. Mix tofu with 1 egg and nutritional yeast. Once the 1 if done, add to the pan and bake for 10 min.
3. Mix spinach with 2 eggs, season with S+P. Add to 2 and bake for another 20 min.
It’s really easy to make and quite tasty.

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For the Saturday lunch, I made a corn frittata.

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Corn frittata

  • 3 can of sweet corn, grounded
  • 4 eggs beaten
  • 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
  • 2 medium onions, chopped
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • S+P

1. Sauteed onions with oil until brown.

2. Add corns to onion and cook at low for 10 min.

3. Let it cool a little bit.

4. Mix egg with 1/4 cup of the cheese.

5. Add corns to the egg mixture.

6. Season with S+P.

7. Pour the mixture into a pan, spring with the rest of parmesan.

8. Bake at 375F for 45 min

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Food: meals this week

Last week was a tough one to find things that I like. I don’t know if it’s the warm weather or what, but all I want was veggies and fruit. Meat/fish/egg sound disgusting.

A sauteed noodles with veggies, bamboo, black fungus and tofu with olive preserve olive leaves.

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I think I will get tired of the olive preserve soon! 😦

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I made Andrea’s spinach namul

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a chinese cucumber salad

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and Andrea’s soy bean sprout namul

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for both recipe, I didn’t use the korean chili power (I didn’t have any) but they taste great nonetheless! I’m definitely going to make them often because it’s easy to make and so fresh! 🙂

Spicy Tofu with pickles

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all with oatmeal for dinner

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Star came back and requested fish so I made for him

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I got some kimchi

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and watercress namul from a korean supermarket

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made a corn grits, millet and chinese dates porridge

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Dinner on Saturday.

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Q: How your food changes with season?

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Food: after a short hiatus……

After that dinner I didn’t cook for four days! I’d eat out or I’d spend <5 min to prepare a meal. Like this one:

frozen spinach, tofu, brown rice pasta and parmesan all mixed and bake for 15 min

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frozen spinach, hummus and smoked salmon in tortilla

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and one without salmon

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It was simple but quite tasty

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As the weather gets warmer, I crave salad. The other day I had lunch with a friend at Mai Thai and she recommended me to have the avocado salad. Oh… my goodness! How did I forgot avocado? I like it soooo much!!! So the next day I got a salad at Sweet and Green with double avocado as topping. It made everything soooo delicious!!!

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Love “working on a salad” and watching TV.

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On Thursday I finally felt cooking again. I used brown rice flour to make this banana bread.

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so simple but really really good. I ate the half batch in <24 hrs 😯

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and I made bread

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Whole Wheat with Flax Seed

  • 2 cups water
  • 2.5 cups WW flour
  • 1 cup rye flour
  • 1/4 cup flax seed, grounded
  • 1.25 tbsp yeast
  • 1 tsp salt

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I really liked the cannelloni that I prepared that night so I made some more for myself. I used almost the exact recipe, except that I used WW flour for the pancakes, and I added tofu in the filling.

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2 batch to the freezer and 1 batch topped with tomato sauce

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A salad made with butter lettuce, spinach, yellow peppers and smoked salmon with carrot ginger dressing.

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finally a good dinner!!! 🙂

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Q: What are you craving now? I’m craving salad with avocado!

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