Friday, April 21, 2006

Harmonias Midweek Munchies Meme
A Veg*n Meme

What wonderful foods did you bring home from the grocery store?

Midweek Munchies: What Freedom is contributing for the week

Along with other midweek munchers, I'm going to be marking organic goods with a little star, just like this one *.

-soymilk (iron, B12 and calcium enriched, low fat)
-soy yoghurt (calcium enriched, low fat, blueberry flavour)
-tofu (garlic flavour)
-roasted cashews (unsalted)
-baby spinach
-fielf mushrooms
-wholemeal grain bread
-satay sauce
-rice vermicelli (GASP - I actually got this at the regular supermarket. I thought I'd be going to the asian supermarket!)
-tinned sweetcorn (no added salt)
-a lime

-over ripe bananas
-royal gala apples


*green capsicum
*brown onion
*fresh ginger

Look out for a recipe with the rice vermicelli in a few days...I'm excited about that! And the over ripe bananas will be featuring too. As I said last week, the pre-marinated tofu (Japanese style) that I normally buy is VERY high in fat (9.5g per serve!!!) so I had plans to try something different. Coincidentally, the supermarket stopped stocking it this week. Which is where the garlic flavoured tofu comes in. It does have marginally less fat, (about7g per serve) but I'm still looking out for something else.
Happy Munchies everyone!

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A special thanks to Running2Ks and Rift for all of their help with coding, graphics, and encouragement for this project.

PURPOSE of Midweek Munchies: Put together by a small group of Veg Women, we hope to spread the word about healthy vegetarianism while obtaining idea starters for meals, recipes, learn about new products, and meet other female veg*n bloggers. Visiting and commenting on other participants lists are encouraged but not required. Have fun and Go Veg!


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