Off to class

This morning I struggled to get up and get going with my planned exercise – but I did it and felt better for it. Afterwards I enjoyed a green smoothie.

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Today there was a bit extra…

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which the dogs were very pleased to have..

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Later I enjoyed a cup of tea and the last banana muffin.

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Then it was time to pack for class.

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I was so excited about this vegetarian cooking class and it did not disappoint. I came away full of knowledge and a new found confidence. Great stuff.

We made, and sampled, a number of dishes.

My favourite was the hummus and salad.

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My portion on a small plate. I made sure to only try a little of each to make sure I didn’t get too full.

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We also made a thai curry…

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and pad thai…

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and dahl. A little bit of each for me.

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Finally we had Vegan banana bread. Goodness this was fantastic. The top had gotten burnt and was cut off.

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Totally loved the class and can’t wait to go to more. When I left it was time to go pick up Amy from the train station as she was coming home from camp. Then a quick shop in Aldi. I was hungry when I walked in the door, so had a bowl of Mushroom & Potato soup while chatting to Amy. Christy arrived home from school shortly after and joined us at the table.

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I was thrilled to find some bananas in the freezer so was able to make some banana cake from todays class :-).

Around 5pm I had a banana and cup of tea. I also used to have a “treat” with my tea but I’m trying to teach myself that fruit and tea is okay as well :-).

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Tonights dinner was courtesy of the freezer – samaosas & brown rice, with some Turkish bread and leftover pad thai (from class).

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Supper tonight was, of course, banana cake. Everyone enjoyed it so it’s a real winner of a recipe. I also enjoyed the very last ANZAC cookie.

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