From MrsNashveggie:I walked outside today and felt fall. I like fall almost as much as spring. We are planning on planting kale in a pot so we can have some home grown greens this fall. The soil in our garden is not the best, so we will be moving it in the spring. Fall brings to mind pumpkins and leaves and getting ready for the holidays. There will be apple pie aplenty and rumnog pecan cookies aren’t too far off.
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Week two of my soyless existence has passed. Most notable in changes I have noticed is the fact there are none. I have lost a couple of pounds but I attribute that to my eating less processed foods. I am eating more fresh now and even eating out less so the lack of soy can’t take credit there.
It seems eating Asian it very hard to do on a soy free diet. he one thing I have searched for is a soy-free soy sauce substitute. It just doesn’t exist, at least it doesn’t exist anywhere near me. I have stuck with sweet & sour sauce and Trader Joe’s Sweet Chili Sauce. Both are sugary but have some of the flavor I’m looking for. I did get treated to an apple pie over the past week as well as German Chocolate Cupcakes. My wife is the greatest vegan baker and we are usually well stocked with vegan sweets and goodies in the house. With apple season starting up, I hope for one of pies once a week!
German Chocolate Cupcakes
It may have been a good idea to have had blood work done prior to starting this event but since I only wanted to gauge my energy levels and weight fluctuations I didn’t think it would be needed. I don’t have a fondness for needles, either. If there were any changes in my body that aren’t as evident I’m sure blood work would have showed them. Otherwise, no changes as of yet but there are two weeks to go.