10 weeks. 1 accidental egg. I think I’m doing pretty good!
- A tall decaf Americano with half-and-half, Sugar in the Raw, and Caramel Sauce…not syrup.Â And YES, I like my coffee like my men: tall, decaf Americano, white and sweet topped with caramel sauce. 😉 Â I was too stressed out to eat anything else that morning.Â However, lunch came at me fast.
- The Vegan Spicy Soyrizo & Black Bean Wrap from Mendocino Farms in my building.Â The place gets PACKED very quickly so by 11:45 I was already ordering.
- Homemade French Onion soup from scratch topped with a slice of toasted French bread and heaps of Gruyere.
- Ghirardelli 62% dark chocolate and a Cutie orange.
Satisfaction level: Awesome.
Thoughts: I did VERY well resisting a fondue cheese sandwich at Mendocino Farms for lunch, knowing that I was doing French Onion soup for dinner.Â Soyrizo was a total surprise. It WAS really, really good!Â This place managed to change my mind on 2 vegetarian/vegan items already.Â First is the Veganaise.Â I’m hooked on that sucker.Â I was never one to like traditional American mayonnaise to begin with, having grown up on mostly the sweeter Japanese one.Â Veganaise, however, is still very good without that greasy, oily after taste. And now the Soyrizo.Â Don’t get me wrong. As one heck of a pork advocate, I’m never giving up the real chorizo.Â But dang, that was super good.
Mendocino Farms is great for Meatless Tuesdays because they have a lot of vegetarian and vegan option that are super tasty.Â If anyone is thinking of crossing over, I’d try their foods first.Â All of their veggie sandwiches I had there never left me hungry.Â If I could eat/cook like that everyday, I would consider becoming a lacto-ovo-bacon-vegetarian.Â Heh. 🙂