Happy Friday! How was your week?

I finally busted out my juicer yesterday – oh juicer, how I have missed you!


J got into the action, too. I put him in his high chair, scooted him over and he watched me work! He loves machines – typical boy! 😉



1 apple, 1 large beet, 2 carrots, 5 strawberries, spinach, then blended it with a banana, ice and flax meal.


Because of the large beet it was a very EARTHY tasting drink. BUT it was great to have fruit again!

I think I need to reduce my fruit servings for my drinks, though. I always end up with a ton!

Lunch was my lovely lentil soup – man, this soup is YUMMY! It was so easy to make, too!

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J and I just played around the house yesterday. Nothing big or exciting happened. We may go out today for a bit – I haven’t been out of the house in a few days! I am starting to go a bit stir crazy. =)

We did share a small snack of crackers and hummus around 5ish and I ended up having a bowl of cereal for dinner – lol.


I want to purchase Alicia Silverstone’s book The Kind Diet. I have been eyeing this book for months and I have a 30% off coupon for Boarders that I might have to go use.

Do you have her book? What do you think of it?

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10 Responses to Easy

  1. Devon says:

    mmm… cheese is lovable. Angieeatspeace has an entire entry about how cheese was the hardest part about becoming vegan. If you havent read it already, you should.I could probably do vegetarian, but I don't think I could ever do vegan. I love dairy. *sigh*

  2. I love the color your beet juice is but I just can't do beets.Cereal for dinner is a must occasionally! What did you have?

  3. Christine says:

    I've been thinking about getting that book, it's on my Amazon wishlist, thanks! Funny that giving up dairy has been easy for me, but seafood was the hard part.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi, you have such a nice blog, thank you for writing. I know this blog is not about J, but don't you have things like community centres, pools, parent participation preschools, art classes, story time at the library (playgrounds outside)for stay at home moms and their kids? Perhaps you already do all that and not writing about it, but I was just curious. There are tons of things here in Vancouver and I would go C.R.A.Z.Y staying in a whole day with my son. We love being outside and seeing other kids (and moms). Thanks again for writing!

  5. LC says:

    I was just going to buy her book with my kindle gift card and they don't have it for kindle yet-boo! I've heard awesome things about it though.You make me want to break my juicer out! It's been in hiding since the weather changed cold.

  6. Stephanie says:

    Hey Tasha! I tagged you with a beautiful blogger award. Thanks for the great inspirational food ideas!http://tinyurl.com/beautifulblogger

  7. If you go on Oprah.com, I guess Alicia was on her show, but they are promoting her book there and there are 4 free recipes, and how to set up a Vegan Kitchen (pantry items). I have a girl friend at work that is vegan and I've learned a lot about it through her. I don't think its a bad way to go. My favorite Vegan food blogs are http://www.veganyumyum and http://www.havecakewilltravel.com. I think I might get her book too!

  8. i don't have her book but have been interested to read it! can't wait to hear what you think since you'll be the first person i know who'll have it 🙂

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