I survived my second 6am spinning class! Of course my behind is pretty sore and my quads (and legs) are still wiggly, but it’s worth it to meet my goals. I’m trying to take off a few pounds and get in shape. It can be a slow process, but I’m really working on keeping a positive attitude and eating fresh, healthy food really helps.
I got a csa style box of veggies from Tiny Farm Saturday at the Durham Farmer’s Market and have tons of fresh heirloom tomatoes and green beans. I bought some cucumbers, lettuce, and tons of assorted berries to round out my week.
I made gazpacho and a chilled yellow beet soup as well for lunches. Salads topped with strawberries, blueberries, apples, nuts and herbs from the garden will be a welcome addition to lunches and dinners. I may need to add in a cold bean or grain salad as well to round it my day out.
Monday: Tofu with green beans and carrots in black bean sauce over steamed brown rice
Tuesday: Taco salads with veggie chili, guacamole, heirloom tomatoes, cucumber, onion, and almond cheese - topped with homemade pico de gallo
Thursday: Tunisian Sweet Potato Stew from fat free vegan made in the slow cooker served over whole wheat couscous
Friday: Veggie burgers on the grill with a side salad topped with fresh fruit and balsamic dressing
Sunday: Sloppy Lentils and steamed veggies -or- tacos with refried beans and guacamole
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