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July 2010



sandwiches times, sandwiches on my mind

I go through food phases where I eat one thing straight for like a week and then I get really sick of it. Right now I am obsessed with sandwiches. I just had a pimiento cheese and spinach sandwich. yum! i’ve also been eating all of my sandwiches with whole grain bread. healthy! other sandwiches i like:

– my healthy BLT (use turkey bacon and lowfat mayo….and sometimes I add avocado!)
– regular old standby…tuna sandwich
– egg salad (i want to try this curried version)
– new one i learned: prosciutto, arugula, ricotta cheese, and drizzle of olive oil
– smoked salmon and goat cheese (I usually prefer this on a bagel rather than bread though)

I also LOVE alfalfa sprouts on my sandwiches. In fact, I just bought a kit to grow my own! You are supposed to be able to have sprouts to eat in 5-7 days. I can’t wait to try it when I get home. Then I will always have fresh sprouts to add to my sandwiches!!


Comment from Hakushaku
Posted: July 30, 2010 at 9:25 am

As much as I despise that foul plant, I must point out that unless you’re of the “readin’, rightin’, ‘rithmatic, and ‘rugala” school of thought, I think its Arugala, my dear.

Add Italian sundried tomatoes to your Proscuitto panino, btw, with olive oil. Trust me.

Comment from girlrobot
Posted: July 31, 2010 at 9:43 pm

oh i know it’s arugula…typo! mmm sundried tomatoes sounds like a perfect addition! i will try that

Comment from che
Posted: August 3, 2010 at 1:52 pm

yum alfalfa sprouts! i like sprouts on a chicken breast with some mayo and swiss cheese :) or on a tuna sandwich!

Comment from Storms
Posted: August 7, 2010 at 7:46 pm

I went through this phase for 9 months (pregnant with my son)

If your into eating vegetarian or trying cool new products that were invented in seattle, you gotta try Baconaise. It is a vegetarian spread that tastes just like bacon! My favorite sandwich is a BTB, Baconaise, tomato and broccoli sprouts (you have to get some broccoli seeds for your new sprouter, they contain the most powerful and long lasting anti-oxidants known to man, super good for you)

Comment from girlrobot
Posted: August 14, 2010 at 5:49 pm

thanks for the suggestion…i’ll have to keep a look out for that! i love bacon :)