Veg Power

I defy the stereotypes that being veg means eating boring and being weak and scrawny.

Sriracha and sesame brussels sprouts with tofu.

Followed recipe below but added cubed tofu for some more substance. 

Only recommendation would be adding a tsp or corn starch to thicken it up. View high resolution

Sriracha and sesame brussels sprouts with tofu.

Followed recipe below but added cubed tofu for some more substance.

Only recommendation would be adding a tsp or corn starch to thicken it up.

Vegan “chicken” pho!

This is the ultimate winter feel good soup and pretty easy to make.

Add some freshly juiced fruits and vegetables on the side and this is a health boost powerhouse. View high resolution

Vegan “chicken” pho!

This is the ultimate winter feel good soup and pretty easy to make.

Add some freshly juiced fruits and vegetables on the side and this is a health boost powerhouse.

If you’re in the LA area, or on the way there like I was, this spot in Woodland Hills off Hwy 101 is pretty dope.
Tiny, locally owned, great variety of foods. Pictured is a vegan pepper steak wrap, vegan fried chicken wrap, and spicy mint noodles. Excellent!
It’s important we support veg friendly establishments. View high resolution

If you’re in the LA area, or on the way there like I was, this spot in Woodland Hills off Hwy 101 is pretty dope.

Tiny, locally owned, great variety of foods. Pictured is a vegan pepper steak wrap, vegan fried chicken wrap, and spicy mint noodles. Excellent!

It’s important we support veg friendly establishments.

Mission Chinese!

After reading about how phenomenal Mission Chinese is, I decided to adventure there with a friend. Thinking is find a plethora of amazing veg options, I was pretty disappointed. 
With only three veg dish options, I tried two, and wasn’t impressed by either. Bummer. 

Started with Beijing vinegar peanuts. Peanuts in a balsamic vinegar with the largest pickled garlic cloves possible…not awesome. 

Thrice cooked bacon, sans the bacon…tofu skin, rice “cakes”, too many scallions, and bitter melon.

Wild pepper leaves, pressed tofu, pumpkin, and excessively salty broth.

Came home to make a healthier, better wild rice and tofu stir fry. 

Like Public Enemy said…Don’t believe they hype! View high resolution

Mission Chinese!

After reading about how phenomenal Mission Chinese is, I decided to adventure there with a friend. Thinking is find a plethora of amazing veg options, I was pretty disappointed.
With only three veg dish options, I tried two, and wasn’t impressed by either. Bummer.

Started with Beijing vinegar peanuts. Peanuts in a balsamic vinegar with the largest pickled garlic cloves possible…not awesome.

Thrice cooked bacon, sans the bacon…tofu skin, rice “cakes”, too many scallions, and bitter melon.

Wild pepper leaves, pressed tofu, pumpkin, and excessively salty broth.

Came home to make a healthier, better wild rice and tofu stir fry.

Like Public Enemy said…Don’t believe they hype!

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