In this bowl:
- 1/2 cup kamut w/ 3/4 cups water
- 1/2 cup frozen spinach
- 2 TB egg whites
- 1 TB chopped raw walnuts
- 1 tsp grated parmesan cheese
My suspicions were correct…Albert Camus flakes are much better salty.
Doesn’t she look beautiful?
She was on to promote her new movie, “Year One.” How cool is that? I don’t usually get to see people I actually know on late-night television.
Me, June, Jimmy, and Albert Camus:
After taking my multi and sucking on a ginger chew (I skipped the green pills today since I had some spinach with breakfast) I headed off to spend some time with an adorable 1 1/2 year old. Four hours later I came home and was surprised I wasn’t famished, like when I had eaten the Albert Camus flakes sweet. Interesting….I did a little work around the house for another hour and then had lunch:
A starving salad (or in this case a not-so-starving one) with organic greens, mixed bell peppers, sweet potato, avocado, hummus, and cottage cheese.
I’ve never had hummus or cottage cheese in a salad before but it was quite good. Replaced the need for dressing too!
I also ate half a mango:
Doesn’t it look like a turtle shell from Super Mario Bros.?
Some calcium gummy bears, a fish oil supplement, and a mint-flavored Werther’s –
I had a phone date with my friend Anna who has just moved across the country. I miss her so much – we used to walk and hike and hang a few times a week. After I got off the phone I started spending time on Maggie Mac but got the stink eye from Julius:
I can take a hint. I suggested we go for a walk, so he got ready –
About 45 minutes later, I got home and spent quite some time pounding through my blog reader. Around 6pm I got a little hungry so I snacked on some grapes –
Which did a very poor job of holding me over. While Abe was driving back from work I gave him a call and asked that we go out for dinner. I was hangry.
We went to one of our faaaaavorite places in Los Angeles – M Cafe:
They describe themselves as “contemporary macrobiotic” – which I guess is because they aren’t strict macro – I did that for a while and it did not include tomatoes and bread. It’s kinda scene-y sometimes and the rumor is it has something to do with Gwyneth Paltrow’s old personal chef. It’s also price-y. But I adore it and have been willing to put up with just about anything (even a taping of “The Hills“) to eat here.
Check it –
Organic fries with house-made macro ketchup – made with beets? – I had a handful…
The “Big Macro” with a side of the best kale dish ever –
Whole grain brown rice and veggie burger, special sauce, lettuce, tofu cheese, pickles, onion, and sprouts on a house-baked whole wheat bun:
A bite of Abe’s curried cauliflower:
My side of Kale with Spicy Peanut Sauce:
I am so happily full right now, as I am every time I leave M Cafe. They opened more locations in Los Angeles, so I’m never far from one, wherever I may be. Amen to that.