Rambling section ends.btw, if you don't like this section at all, just scroll down to the eats! ^_^
Breakfast: the last muffin of the package with the usual. And the pics of G20 leaders. It's really tough the economic situation in the world and I have compassion to these leaders. Making decisions is hard, and even more if your decision affects thousands of people.
I tough two discussion sessions yesterday morning snacking some organic unsweetened mango slices in between.
Came home for another stir-fry (cleaning the fridge type) lunch. It had mushrooms, spinach, chinese lean pork sausage, broccoli slaw, asparagus and tons of sesame seeds. Together with more soy knots and a mix of rice and wheat berries.Dessert was POM jelly~ I think it's my fav way to have POM. ^_^Then snacking began:
chocolate cookie bar from Argentinamore dry mangoes + soy pita (this is just 1/3 of the whole pita, but I finished the other 2/3 later)almond breeze + mixgranola #1 + wheat berries
#2 #3and lastly, the least healthy snack but the best indulgence: Argentinian famous ALFAJOR de Dulce de Leche. It's a two layers cookie filled with dulce de leche (sweet milk) covered by chocolate. This is not tiny, it's a biggggggg one! I devoured it wayyyy too fast to appreciate it but it ended my snacking section! ^_^
Obviously dinner couldn't be anything fancy/heavy, so the soup-less soup!Dessert was Plain Oikos!! I finally got these!!!!Full review:
Product description: It has 0% fat. It's the only organic greek yogurt in the market. It comes plain, vanilla and blueberries. I tried first two so far.
Texture: When I first open the jar, I was impressed! I have tried many brands of Greek yogurt 0% and all of them weren't as thick as 2% Fage. Oikos was the exception, because it looks even thicker than Fage 0%. I think if I flip the container face down, it won't come out!
Taste: it's super rich and creamy. No one would believe it is 0%. It's a little more tart than Fage, but it has a smoother mouth feel. I've tried the vanilla flavor one and I think I prefer more this plain version because it tastes more like greek yogurt. The vanilla was good but it was more like a thicker vanilla yogurt.
How do I like to eat it? Yesterday I just added vanilla and cinnamon because I really wanted to taste the yogurt itself. If not, I'd add granola, fresh fruits, wheat berries, squash puree... etc.. well hundreds of variations!
overall rating: 9/10!
Saturday to-do list:
- finish the seemly un-finishable slices! MUST
- yoga/gym in the afternoon. MAYBE
- fast and furious at night! MAYBE
What are you guys doing for fun today?