So I made it! Yes, there was that Los Angeles Magazine party incident and the Vitameatavegamin undoing, but I learned a little something about food consciousness/fast food consciousness and GOOD even featured/reblogged one of my food photos on tumblr!
In the end, I think I realized that being a vegetarian for 30 days (give or take) was not bad at all, but actually pretty great.
I felt better.
I cooked more.
I thought about what I ate.
I explored LA from a different angle.
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The only thing “good” about this post is that I am able to use an “I Love Lucy” reference: Hello friends. I'm your Vitameatavegamin girl. Are you tired, run-down, listless? Do you poop out at parties? Are you unpopular? The answer to all your problems is in this little bottle. Vitameatavegamin. Yes, Vitameatavegamin contains Vitamins Meat Vegetables and Minerals. (“Lucy Does a TV Commercial”, Season 1, Episode 30). Emphasis on "Meat”…as in I found out today that the Read more [...]
Sorry I haven't posted about my veggie adventures in awhile! I was caught up last week on my charitytran.com blog with creative and non-fiction publications (and a random post I wrote on Britney Spears, sound, and time). However if you follow my randomness on tumblr and instagram, I have (mostly) kept up-to-date with food photo sharing!
GOOD decided today that they liked my photo from my lunch at Lawry's Carvery in Downtown LA - thus, reblogging it! Thanks for the love GOOD! 🙂
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Okay, so if you follow my twitter, among my randomness, you would have seen this tweet:
If you look at this image closely, you would have seen that Chef John Rivera Sedlar created this menu for the Los Angeles Magazine’s 50th anniversary party to which my lovely friend Katie invited me.
While on one hand I have to admit I feel a little ashamed; on the other hand, I have to say – “How could I not?”
They were appetizer samples and I tried:
Cobb Salad (a Read more [...]
So while I've been having fun collecting L.A. places to eat vegetarian cuisine and cooking up random dishes, I've realized that changing my diet has been more than just deciding not to eat meat. It's been a growing consciousness of what I am eating. The first lesson of this was fast food consciousness.
The closest restaurant near my church is a local Carl's Jr. where I'll often grab a quick bite to eat before my afternoon choir rehearsals. The first Sunday of this Going Veggie adventure Read more [...]