2018: A Year In Food
In 2018, my gym coach assigned me to keep a food blog so he could track my meals. Through developing healthy eating habits to satisfy all of my nutritional needs and a rigorous exercise programme, I lost the 21 kg between January-August 2018 I'd gained on anti-depressants.
I wanted it to be somewhere more private rather than being shoved down people's throats (literally) through Instagram/WhatsApp. Hence I've posted my culinary creations here.
Being vegetarian and/or vegan always presents a challenge in terms of hitting the protein target so this was particularly the most interesting challenge for me.
I made a conscious decision to stop food blogging in 2019 (due to time restraints), but it's useful to have a year's diet documented as a reference and a source of inspiration!
Ok, why when I cook 4 bags of peas does a massive foam broth up? Is this normal?
Peas are a great source of protein! I had 4 bags of peas in the freezer so I paired it with half a bag of kale, half a pot of Thai red curry paste and the last container of Linda McCartney scampi 🍤 style bites. 31g protein per serving, served with a side of Oomi protein noodles 🍝just what I needed after spin class 🚴
I added a splash of dark soy sauce, a flash of coconut 🌴 milk and a dash of ginger to add flavour 😋
Rory spent the first few years of his life in an ice cave, carving out his palace of wonder. He's a bit of a love doll, but he who melts the ice shall have their reward.