Yup. That is chicken. Take away my label as a “pescatarian” or a “vegetarian that eats fish” or a “vegan who eats fish/eggs/honey” or whatever you once classified me as. The truth is, I was always bothered by those labels anyway because one word cannot define my diet—and my definition of the word diet, the way it should be used. Be aware, this post will have some food and recipe ideas, but it is also filled with my thoughts and feelings toward the modern use of the word “diet.” Continue reading
Tag Archives: pescatarian
texas wheat waffles
Y’all, I could not be happier this morning! Can you just look at these Texas waffles? Pure heaven! I cannot tell you how excited I was that these turned out the way I had hoped! Yayayay! Rejoice with me! You can take the girl out of Texas, but not the Texas out of the girl y’all!
christmas patience and presents
Christmas eve and Christmas this year were very different. I cannot think of a tradition that was followed to a tee this year. I guess that is what happens when you grow older and you are the youngest in the family. The Christmas season this year started out with a bang–maybe too much of a bang though, because my spirit slowly faded. I felt like Cindy Lou Who from the Grinch. I should have sung “Where are you Christmas” on repeat. Continue reading
cranberry brussels sprouts
View the full recipe on Kitchenbowl.
hiking the summer away
On to the finale of my summer “vacation.” I say “vacation” because I was vacationing in the colorful state in which I attend school, Colorado. I am so blessed to call this amazing place my home away from home. The beauty and wonder never ceases to captivate me. On the final day in Glenwood Springs, my family and I went off the beaten path to a more than less popular hiking trail, but it did not disappoint by any means! It was full of gorgeous views of the river and falls and if it were not for the Grizzly Bear encounter (yes, GRIZZLY BEAR!!!), then we would have kept hiking the afternoon. Continue reading
egg-cellent protein source
Eggs. I used to despise the taste and texture of eggs. Slowly though, I have come to realize that the texture problem I had was because of the yolks, so I began to ditch those on most occasions, and the taste aspect? Who knew most restaurants (and sometimes my family) add milk and cheese into their scrambled eggs? No wonder I have a negative bias towards eggs, me being lactose intolerant and what not. No, eggs are not vegan (I do buy cage-free and free-range though), but they are packed with protein and have done me wonders this past week. Continue reading
portobello mushroom salad
As a pescatarian, I revel in the beauty that is the Portobello Mushroom. It is such a good vegetarian replacement for a burger patty or steak, and they are also great for stuffing or grilling! Last week, I had an amazing salad with roasted Portobello mushrooms, summer squash, and peppers at a restaurant. I wanted to try to recreate this salad, but my fridge was lacking in the vegetable department. The result though, was a Portobello Mushroom Salad, and it was delicious! Continue reading
kick-start circuit series: rotation five
I have almost given you all of my morning wake-up workouts! After this one, just one more to go! If you happened to miss the the other four, check them out!
Notice that this rotation is repeated four times (the others were usually three). This is because when I did this circuit only three times, it took me six minutes and burnt 20 calories (*based on my body and level of exertion). Maybe I just was not feeling “it” this morning, but my heart rate stayed pretty low. If this is the case with you as well, do my recommended four repetitions. As always though, listen to your body. You know it best. Continue reading