How could I have possibly forgotten this? So me and my friend went to this vegetarian restaurant that serves Indian food. It's called Woodlands and it's on the east side of the city. The food was SOOOOOOOO good, I can't even explain it, but I can't wait to go back. So this is what we had:
Appetizer: Samosa Chaat (Chopped Samosa topped with Wheat Crispies, Yogurt, Tamarind & Mint Chutneys)
My meal: Malai Kofta (Dumpling of Potatoes, Carrots, Peas, Cheese, Rasins in Saffron based Cashew & Almond Sauce) I know I'm not supposed to have cheese, but it probably wasn't that much because I didn't have a lot of gas or anything afterward.
His meal: man, I can't remember, but it was either the Paneer Szechwan Noodles (Noodles w/ Finely Chopped Fresh Vegetables, Homemade Cottage Cheese in a Spicy Szechwan Sauce) or the Paneer Hakka Noodles (Noodles w/ Finely Chopped Fresh Vegetables, Homemade Cottage Cheese).
So yeah, I can't wait to go back there again, probably with the bf this time.
breakfast: about 11:30am, 2 eggs and a bagel w/ apple juice
snack at work: 3pm, honey roasted sesame sticks
lunch/dinner: veggie burger w/ edamame hummus, avocado,swiss cheese and sprouts from Just Fresh
dinner/snack: hearty apple smoothie w/ added weight-gain, and veggie flaxseed tortilla chips w/ salsa
So I weigh 107 now, I'm so excited! I made a chart and everything for my online health class to keep track of my weight and estimated BMI. Tomorrow I'm going to make one to document my fitness. Looks like I'll be doing jumping jacks, crunches and push-ups for a little while. Better than nothing right?
I really wanna try these recipes for Sweet Potato Fries!