What I Ate Wednesday #118

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Just some random meals for you in honour of What I Ate Wednesday #118. Enjoy!

IMG_0560IMG_0564Loaded Veggie Pizza: whole wheat pita, lemon dill hummus, spinach, red pepper, roasted butternut squash, artichoke hearts, pickled jalapeños, Daiya Jalapeño Garlic Havarti, italian seasoning.
Tofu Scramble: medium firm tofu, red pepper, green cabbage, spinach, Cajun seasoning, turmeric, soy sauce. Whole wheat ciabatta bun with lemon dill hummus.

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Black Pepper Tofu & Broccoli: 1/2 block medium firm tofu, broccoli, 1 tbsp rice vinegar, 1 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tbsp sesame oil, 1 tbsp red chill jam, 1 tsp minced garlic, splash of water, lots of fresh ground black pepper. Over leftover vegetable yakisoba.
Baked Yam: with avocado, lime juice, and Sriracha.

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Quesadilla: (this is before I cooked it obviously) whole wheat wraps, mashed avocado, hemp hearts, lemon dill hummus, Daiya Jalapeno Garlic Havarti.
Wrap: Yves Veggie Chicken Burger on a whole wheat wrap with lemon dill hummus, cucumber, yellow pepper, green leaf lettuce, hot sauce.

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Improvised Breakfast Sandwich: Yves Veggie Chicken Burger, Daiya Cheddar (wedge), Sriracha, Vegenaise, on a toasted whole wheat English muffin. An apple.
Curried Chickpea Quinoa Burger: on a whole wheat bun with melted Daiya Cheddar (wedge), spicy chile pepper hummus, spring mix.

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Spicy Chick’n Salad: romaine, cucumber, avocado, Vega Antioxidant Oil Blend, lemon juice. Sautéed Gardein Chick’n Scallopini with hot sauce.
Two Semi-Failed Ideas Make A Great Meal: Greek roasted potatoes and green beans. Salad is romaine, orange pepper, cucumber, balsamic vinaigrette, and crumbled Casbah Falafel.

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3 thoughts on “What I Ate Wednesday #118

  1. Mmmm some good eats!
    I have never thought of putting hummus on a pizza – sounds good =)

    • Ya I don’t really like tomatoes or tomato sauce so hummus is my go-to sauce if I’m making pizza at home I also find if you spread the hummus really thick, than it provides that creaminess that you’d normally get from covering your pizza with cheese. 🙂

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