It is week 8 of my 10 week quarter, and I am tired.
Very, very tired. Not too tired to eat, of course. But too tired to eat anything particularly interesting. However, here is my contribution to What-I-Ate-Wednesday…
Please note that I don’t put everything I eat on here. In large part because I’m lazy. And I’m not quite shameless enough to whip out the cam-cam when I’m indulging in free bagels in Developmental Psychology. Perhaps I’ll get there, but not yet!
Oatmeal. Pretend to be surprised? And, of course, I put in some coffee.
What WAS new and interesting about this breakfast was the sprinkling of overly-dried Cacao Bliss. I’ve been nibbling at it for about a week but finally decided to put some in my oatmeal… it is definitely blissful when melted!
Well, like I said, my Developmental Psychology professor brought in bagels for our presentation day. So I ate the most delicious bagel of my life. And carrots. She specifically brought in carrots for me. Yep, the obsession is well-known… I may or may not have also consumed 5 satsumas. Oops?
I ended up also having a massive salad with tofu and beans and such. But I didn’t photograph it. I’m sorry :(
When my beyond-amazing family friends took me to Whole Foods and bought me food (I know, I hit the jackpot) I picked up this little gem of a wrap.
I kind of love seitan (not satan, people, seitan!). So this wrap was delightfully meaty and delicious and filling… And now I want more. This is always the problem…
I had numerous pieces of unphotographed fruit and some peanut butter and other stuff I”m not going to talk about.
What I AM going to talk about are some bars I attempted making…
They were based on this recipe but modified pretty much completely and totally. I made them with bananas, without oil but with peanut butter, no sugar, no eggs… You get the idea. The variety with chocolate chips was good but the variety with raisins left something to be desired…
Like, perhaps, structure?
These are promising and will be made into something absolutely amazing but they are unfortunately not there yet… More lab work will be necessary.
So yes, that is my day in a nutshell. In between eating I had what felt like a million classes, a meeting about internships (real world, what?!) and of course homework and office hours. Ah, college.
What’d YOU do today??!