What I Ate

vegan Japanese bowl

Here’s a look back at stuff I’ve eaten over the past couple of weeks. Mostly pretty simple as I’m low on cooking mojo lately! Above is a simple Japanese bowl, with plain pan fried tofu (with a little sesame oil), sushi rice, vegies and a crumble made with kale pulp from the juicer, plus some sesame seeds and five spice powder. All drizzled with a bit of citrus soya sauce by Saori (who will be back at World Vegan Day Melbourne this year). This is a really quick and simple bowl and I love it.

My usual breakfast smoothie has banana, porridge blend of oats and other stuff, plant milk, leafy greens, pumpkin seed and in this one I added some powdered peanut butter. I love that stuff, so this was a peanutty tasting smoothie despite all that green:

pb kale smoothie

We visited Coburg Farmers Market one Saturday and I got myself the falafel in pita from Very Good Falafel/Shuki and Louisa:

very good falafel

My son and I had gone to the Queen Victoria Market and I’d forgotten to pack a water bottle, so we sat down for a fruit juice at Invita Living Food:Invita fruit juice

Another great lunch out was at Supercharger in the city:

Supercharger city

We had quite a few events on in the city this week, fortunately on the sunnier days where I had some time to take a few photos.

Flinders clock tower
vic market lane  Yarra River

Stay groovy, folks.

9 thoughts on “What I Ate

  1. I love the look of your Japanese bowl – I could eat that often if only i would be organised to prepare it! And I haven’t noticed shuki and louisa doing falafel at the farmers market – but now I have tried their falafels I would snap them up – haven’t been to the market for a while. And great blue sky snaps! We have had some nice sunny days lately albeit chilly

    • there are a few yarn bombed places around and they look really lovely, but it’s when they start fraying and fading and not maintained, it looks urgh πŸ™