What I eat in a day when I’m sick // vegan and lazy meals.

It’s that time of year. I have been sick again for the past few days (immunosuppressant medications whoo!) so I wanted to throw out a quick sequel to What I Eat in a Day When I’m Sick (Part 1 is here).

Before I get into this post I also wanted to mention that I have a YouTube channel. Check it out here. I post a lot of What I Eat in a Day videos and recipes, but I’ll probably start making vlogs and I will be doing vlogmas this year.

I’m not even going to separate this into breakfast, lunch, and dinner, because I just kind of ate a lot of really small meals throughout the day.

I started the day off with two clementines.

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Then, I ate some leftover Mujaddara (brown rice, green lentils, onions, and vegetable broth) 

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DJ made this the other day for dinner using this recipe from Budget Bytes. I added some veggie stock and water this morning to turn it into a soup. This is so not photogenic, but it was really hearty and nice to have.

Then I had a little plate of leftover macaroni salad (vegenaise, green peppers, onions, and some spices)

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and then a burrito of the leftover mujaddara. I also added hot sauce and a few drops of soy sauce.

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For dinner we ate some leftover Pasta Fagioli. 

We went over to my parents’ house last night for dinner, and my mom made us a big pot of Pasta Fagioli since we both weren’t feeling well. She veganized her recipe she’s always made for us and used Tofurky veggie sausages and vegetable broth instead of sausage and beef stock. This is also the perfect slow cooker meal for sick days or just cold winter days. I found this recipe from Pasta Based that looked simple plus it’s already vegan.

And then I snacked on some candy and dark chocolate while we watched Netflix.

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That’s everything I ate today. Today was a super chill day at home, and my meals definitely reflected that.

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