Happy Wednesday! Going vegetarian has not been hard at all. I’m really enjoying being more creative with meals and I think I can say the same for my mom! I hope it’s not my mind playing tricks on me, but I think I’m even feeling less bloated and more energetic. I can see why so many people don’t eat meat! Some recent eats include..
Is there anything better than some chips and guac?
Leftovers from Cooking With Lynn!
More leftovers plus a hard boiled egg
Salmon topped with pesto, broccoli, rice, and a hard boiled egg!
lunch at school: pb&j with banana, an apple, and a cupcake!
Vegetarian chili (I’m getting the recipe!) and egg salad at church
Carrot cake and ice cream at church ( <3 )
Leftover tortellini soup and egg salad on rye
Fish Fry! Whitefish, fries, baked beans, and coleslaw. So. Much. Food.
Toast is always a good option.
As are green smoothies!
I have to admit… I failed on completely no meat. On Sunday my aunt called and she made lasagna. I mean, is it possible to say no to lasagna?! If I only end up eating meat once during these 40 days I still think that’s pretty good.
That’s what I’ll leave ya with! It’s really not that hard to go meat-free. I’m thinking I might even continue this after Lent is over! I might not go totally cold-turkey (hehe 😉 ), but I’m definitely going to cut back on my meat consumption. Thanks for hosting the party today, Jenn!
What are your favorite no-meat ways to get protein?
If you celebrate it, what did you give up for Lent?