This past weekend Brett and I were galavanting around Hong Kong, sweating our tooshies off, and eating SO MUCH FOOD. I actually got a little sick from all the food we indulged in over the weekend. Whoops!
A “What I Ate” post and video from our time Hong Kong will be coming your way next week, but today I’m sharing a normal, random day in my life from last week. The day I filmed was actually a holiday here in China so I didn’t have class and was able to spend my day being productive and walking around our city. I hope you enjoy seeing what I eat and do in a day living in China!
Feel free to WATCH THE VIDEO or scroll down to just see pictures of what I ate!
As I mention in the video, we were trying to clean out the fridge before we left for Hong Kong so I ate random food throughout the day. For breakfast I ate some cold sweet potatoes (yes, by choice!), which I topped with banana, raisins, goji berries, cinnamon and chocolate peanut butter sauce. Definitely don’t let this strange combo scare you. It’s so good!
After breakfast I had a homemade Matcha Tea Latte. Then for lunch Brett and I had some black bean soup (recipe coming Friday) with toasted bread and roasted veggie sticks. I also had a few of my favorite Homemade Whole Wheat Sesame Crackers dipped in my Homemade Oil-Free Hummus. My crackers and hummus are a staple in my house and, honestly, may be two of my favorite foods! I’m such a sucker for salty crackers.
In the afternoon I made my way to my favorite coffee shop and order a Blueberry and Strawberry Slushy. Who knows how they make it, but it’s delicious!
Dinner was another scrounged-up meal. I ended up eating some Organic Rye Bread which I toasted and then topped with two different kinds of toppings. The first was a savory lemon tahini spread topped with chopped tomatoes, nutritional yeast and chili flakes. The second was PB&J toast topped with some of my favorite Family Size Basic Vegan Granola.
After dinner, Brett and I ended up spending WAY to much time researching restaurants in Hong Kong. While we browsed on the internet I had a dried persimmon and some black tea.
That’s everything I ate in a day living in China!