This is fine.
We’ve decided to be healthier by cutting out processed foods as much as possible, and by making as many meals as we can by scratch (excepting one cheat day per week because I CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT RESTAURANT FOOD). What does this mean?
It means that, in order to live healthfully but frugally, we’re doing the meal planning/meal prep thing. And what does that mean, exactly?
Apparently, it means eating chili all week because I made way too much last night.
It was super easy, and super cheap, so I’m pretty happy thus far. I’ll be dressing it up and repurposing it all week, so expect to see a lot of beans in my posts for the next few days. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
I let the whole thing simmer for about 30 minutes, and decided to boil some brown rice pasta.
Vegetarian chili mac actually tastes pretty good when it comes from your own kitchen. I didn’t miss the meat at all – and I feel absolutely no guilt because everything was organic!
This is a great vegan recipe, I’m a massive vegan foodie so i appreciate seeing a good recipe when I find one!
On a side note, I was just wondering if you could provide me with some insight. I noticed that your site is self hosted and i’m just wondering how your posts are able to be found under the tags/catagory section of the reader? I didn’t think that self-hosted blogs were allowed to be shown there, which is why mine never appear there.
Wishing you well!
Hi! Thanks for the encouragement – we’re experimenting with a bunch of different types of eating styles, trying to introduce a ton of veggies and variety to keep ourselves from getting bored while we work on losing weight and being healthier. It’s hard work!
As for the posts, I choose Categories and Tags from the Post Settings menu while writing, and then Foodie Secrets for my category, with whatever I’m talking about as Tags. I’m actually hosted on WordPress, I just happen to be using my purchased URL as the site. That may be why my stuff shows up…?
I hope that helps!