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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Split It

I loved reading all your wonderful comments about the Detox, I am learning soooo much! My Oats say Gluten free on the package so I think I am ok, but I might have to give up the Chocolate Silk and Barney Butter. There is no added sugar but there is Evaporated cane juice (which I am now learning is sugar). I love learning how to eat as CLEAN as possible, I know that my body is going to LOVE me for it.

I didn’t have as big of a headache today, but was SO CRAVING me some COFFEE. Some people asked about how much I drank before I started the Detox, I would say about 1-2 cups a day depending on the day.

On to lunch…

I enjoyed some super tastey Vegan Split Pea Soup, forgot how much I LOVED SPLIT PEA soup!

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Along with a Veggie Avocado Wrap made with a rice tortilla. Not sure about the rice tortillas… I added in some grapes and organic pinto beans.

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I had this apple on the side, but I am too FULL to eat it!

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And for my mid-morning snack I enjoyed some of my own trail mix, Puffins plus Mixed Unsalted Nuts.

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I can not believe how full I am right now, I am going to go for a walk before I return to work. I can’t wait for our Cross Country Meet this afternoon, GO RAVENS!

Anyone have a organic, salt free, gluten free split pea soup recipe or any other soup?

11 comments:

Katie ♥ said...

Thats awesome that your doing that detox! Good for you!!! The avocado wrap you made looks so good!

Jenn (eating bender) said...

I love that split pea soup - SO GOOD! I eat it almost every day :o) It definitely fills ya up even though you don't expect it to! I don't have a recipe because I am lazy, but I will be checking back!

So loving your detox - you always provide such great information, Bobbi!

teacherwoman said...

Glad to hear the Detox is going well. I look forward to learning more about it through your posts and others' comments!

Amy said...

What a good detox lunch!

I made this butternut squash and lentil soup last year. I remember it being good, but it's been a while. You would just need to make sure all the components are organic: http://www.deliciousbynature.com/?p=99 . And, of course, you could also leave out the meat and use veggie broth if you prefer. Enjoy!

Megs said...

Hey Bobbi,

I have commented once or twice. But look into something called the Primal Diet!!

Megs

just me said...

glad you're already reeping the benefits from your detox! awesome!

Mark said...

Perfect timing to check back into the blogosphere...I was just contemplating the idea! Hope all is good!

Angie Eats Peace said...

I used to always eat that soup when I worked at Clark's, now I am craving it!

Kaye said...

Hi Bobbi!
Trader Joe's has a really delicious Valencia Peanut Butter with Flax. It has nothing in it but peanuts and flax and it is SO good. Valencia peanuts are naturally sweeter!

K

J said...

This is a very versatile soup recipe and it can be sodium free if you use sodium free vegetable broth. I like to puree part of it while cooking to give it a creamier texture!
http://www.recipezaar.com/Creamy-Cauliflower-Soup-113385

Kim said...

Oats themselves don't have gluten, but are contaminated b/c they are processed with gluten. You can eat oats, but they need to be certified gluten-free. Bob's Red Mill makes certified gluten-free oats.

Hope this helps.