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Friday, February 22, 2019

Three Sisters Soup (Protest Kitchen)

Hi everyone! Last night I tried another recipe from Protest Kitchen – the three sisters soup; it was simple and certainly tasted good, but it was not very filling. Today I added a cup of orzo to the leftovers, which helped improve things! 


Here’s Leela, being her cute little self... 


Peace. :)

Friday, February 15, 2019

Bang Bang Tofu (Connoisseurus Veg)

Hi everyone! After hearing about it on My cat loves Daiya!, I knew I’d have to try the bang bang tofu from Connoisseurus Veg, and I’m so glad I did, because it was awesome! (I baked the tofu for 20 minutes at 425°F instead of frying.) 

with rice and mixed vegetables and some leftover sauce… delicious!

On Saturday, we got to meet Colby, the sweet cat being fostered by Zach’s family; he’s super cute and loves playing with yarn! 


And here’s Daisy, helping me meditate… 


Peace. :)

Friday, February 8, 2019

Creamed Spinach (Protest Kitchen)

Hi everyone! This week I tried my first recipe from a new book/cookbook that my sister got for me: Protest Kitchen by Carol J. Adams and Virginia Messina.


I made the creamed spinach, which was super simple and super delicious (I had it as a dip with bagel chips). I made notes of all the other recipes I want to try, so you can look forward to seeing more Protest Kitchen food here in the future.



Cringer takes her turn at the top of the cat tower; she was a little annoyed that I interrupted her bird-watching to get a pic, haha! 



Peace. :)

Friday, February 1, 2019

Spinach and Feta Pinwheels (Long Island Vegan)

Hi everyone! This week I tried the spinach feta pinwheels, veganized by Long Island Vegan. They were fun to make, though a little melty/messy after baking, but still delicious! I’ll definitely make these again; they were a really fun treat, and the leftovers were great, too! 


Here’s Rogue being a cutie, hanging out at the top of the tall cat tower. She often will skip the lower levels and just climb straight up the “trunk” of the tower like a baby bear would climb a tree, haha! 


Peace. :)