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(Taken at Sunday’s yoga event)

How are you? Happy Indian Food Wednesday! 🙂 Hope you’re having a fabulous morning.

It was kind of challenging to write about last night’s dinner, because one of my “courses” was this:


That would be half a can of organic kidney beans, heated and eaten out of a measuring cup.

Don’t judge 😉

The rest of the meal was:

Choco-cado pudding


Baked sweet tater with organic butter, sea salt and pepper (Bella had some, too- that dog LIVES for sweet potatoes)


Baked fennel


Fennel has quickly become on of my faves. I LOVE it in a green apple and onion salad, and roasted is so lovely. I used a little grapeseed oil, sea salt, Garlic Gold and pepper.

Zumba last night was ridiculously awesome, and then I came home and called it a night. It kind of a weird night because I woke up at 4:30am ready to go, and I am not a morning person (to put it nicely). Is that a detox thing?? I had to force myself to go back to sleep!



(This afternoon’s post will be a juice post!)

+ baby food pureed winter squash with cinnamon, butter and raw honey



I’m off to pump some iron and then get to work!

Hope you have a wonderful day and I’ll see ya later 🙂



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  1. Tamar on January 28, 2011 at 7:52 pm

    Haha I’m so guilty of eating beans straight from the can, after rinsing obviously. They’re just so good! My favorite is gandules (pigeon peas). Thanks for posting the winter salads link! I have such a hard time making salads in the winter because I always want something warm. These would be perfect side dishes.

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