And I love it!!!
Arnold Sandwich thins 100% whole wheat. All I did was put some lettuce, a couple of slices of tomato, red onion, sharp cheddar and a little ranch and was good to go. A little celery and hummus on the side :)
Saturday, December 31, 2011
Monday, December 19, 2011
Brown rice, buffalo chickenless wings, and sautéed kale. For the kale, I put a little olive oil in a pan and added minced garlic. I then placed the kale in the pan with about 1/4 a cup of vegetable broth and a few squirts of Bragg's liquid aminos.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Now THIS is what I'm talking about!!! I took those bland TJ nuggets back and exchanged them for the Morning star buffalo wings. #Winning! They are well seasoned and the taste does resemble chicken. Now if you don't like spicy, I would stay away from these. They are spicy but I love spicy food. I am extremely happy with this purchase. Thanks Morning star!!!
So I decided to try Trader Joe's chickenless nuggets. They look like chicken nuggets and have a similar consistency but have no seasoning AT ALL. They weren't awful but they definitely were bland. I'm not sure if they can really be doctored up since they're already breaded but they need a lot more than some dipping sauce. Will likely not re-purchase.
Monday, December 12, 2011
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Which is better? IMO, the Morning Star crumbles are much better. I've done two lasagnas within the past month. One with the Yves crumbles and the other with Morning Star crumbles. To me, the Morning star had a better taste and tasted more like actual ground beef than the Yves. The Yves had a weird aftertaste to me, I'm not sure why. So now I know to stick with MorningStar crumbles. Their mock sausage crumbles are very good as well but are much harder to find. They carried them at the Publix near my old home but that's the only place I've ever seen them. Maybe I should call their corporate office :)