Okay, so for breakfast I’m making it a habit of eating Kashi! It sticks with me about three hours and that works for me. 🙂 A lot of the time I have anywhere between 3-6 smallish meals. The reason being is that I have trouble getting all of my calories. I’ve worked out the whole protein thing, which is nice, but yeah. Anyhow, I usually just have some more of the cereal when I’ve had my two bigger meals of the day and still find hunger niggling at me a bit. Strawberry fields rocks me, like, seriously.

At any rate, I didn’t really get to eat lunch because I launched straight into making dinner: Seitan. It’s really low in calories and has no fat (at least when it’s homemade from the best I can tell since it’s just vital wheat gluten and water then with spices). Now, if you have a cook book that isn’t La Dolce Vegan, I honestly don’t know. At any rate, the bigger one on the left is turkey flavored and the one on the right is chicken flavored. I used a “fried chicken” recipe to work them up with.

 And, to prepare for today, I decided to make the peach cobbler from Vegan with a Vengeance! I think it turned out well, but it did take a fair amount of time. I also suggest using peaches that are riper than the ones I had. The blanching didn’t work as well as I’d hoped but it still wasn’t too bad. It’s just that whole cutting up eight peaches thing. I thought it was neat to make since I’d never made one before. I think, next time I’d just use a little less cinnamon. But it still tasted lovely.

 I’m really diggin’ this cooking thing!