Today I decided that after all of the chocolate, cheesy potatoes, friend chicken and scones I consumed yesterday it would be a good idea to eat something green. Yoga last night was fantastic but my stomach definitely felt all the food I consumed. After eating like I did yesterday I was craving something green.
Enter Heirloom Spinach!
I didn’t even know Heirloom spinach existed! Of course I have had heirloom tomatoes, when you grow new tomatoes using the seeds from another tomato. This spinach looked so irresistible I had to buy it. It was so crisp and bright green!
My lunch today consisted of lentil soup and a slice of 9 grain bread, toasted with spreadable goat cheese and a huge handful of spinach. Gotta get the green in where you can!
Delicious. And don’t worry, that is the last of the goat cheese. I promise. I am stepping away from the goat cheese.
In other news… over the weekend I did something nice for the earth! I put all of my grains, pastas, nuts, snacks, dried fruit and baking supplies in to reusable glass jars! I went to OSH and bought 24 glass jars (half in pint size and half quart size). I buy many items bulk from Whole Foods and transfer the items to Ziplock bags so this will definitely help the earth!
I managed to use 22 of the 24 jars. Who knew I had that many jar-able things in my apartment?! 5 jars of pasta! 5! Another side benefit? I can see everything I have and I love the way that it looks. I don’t know why but whole walnuts in a jar are seriously beautiful. Other good things I do for the earth? I recycle, use reusable grocery bags and cart, walk to and from school everyday, buy local produce, and I buy use clothing and kitchen utensils. Most of my kitchen supplies are either hand me downs or purchased from thrift stores and estate sales!
What do you do for the earth?
Green peeps are green! Who needs spinach when you have peeps? Have you tried Oasis church on Wilshire? That’s where I went when I lived in LA. I miss that place.
Wow, that spinach looks amazing! I’ll have to see if I can find some at the Farmer’s Market.
I try to bring reusable bags to the grocery store, but I think I’m only batting about 50% on that…it’s so easy to forget!
so crazy, i am doing a kitchen rehaul of sorts and planning to glass jar all my rice, pasta, and grains. i’ll have to check out OSH for some of those larger sized jars!
Haha, I love the look of pecans in my jar. I find them beautiful in a simple way. 🙂
We don’t have a recycling bin at my apartment complex, so once a week I bring all my recyclables to work and dump them in the work bins. Everyone else throws their stuff away and it makes me super sad.