This weekend I tried my second Saturday class of Hip Hop Yoga at Back Bay Yoga in Boston. This class is becoming a favorite. It’s not hot yoga, but I sweat like it is! I take the Hip Hop version during the week but the Saturday class with Lynn is extra sweaty.
Afterwards, I made a Vegan Sugar-Free Cake with Banana Frosting (which had sugar in it) for Elizabeth’s birthday. Last year I made her the chocolate chip cookie cake but this year’s recipe took the cake (pun intended). I will be posting the recipe later today. It was truly delicious and went undetected as a healthy-fied dessert. I made it because I was feeling adventurous. There were no weird ingredients. Just no eggs and I used Almond Milk.
Sunday morning started with a nice long walk around the Charles River. I wasn’t in the mood to run really. It was a gorgeous day and I love that this is what I get to look at when I exercise. Boston is a gorgeous city when the weather cooperates.
On my way home, I stopped at Whole Foods for a delicious lunch. I tried to BBQ seitan (which I’m obsessed with), Kale with Avocado and a little of a quinoa & barley salad. Whole Foods makes me think I could actually be a vegan.
I always argue that I could be a vegan but I’m going to stop saying that. I’m going to just say I’m a fan of the environment and eating vegan/vegetarian a few days a week is good for the environment and that is why I do it. It’s actually got a name, Planetarian! Do you eat vegan or vegetarian some days of the week? If so, do you have a reason?
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