Day two at the van started with porridge, followed with a slice of toast with homemade Orange Maramlade. It set me up well and dinnertime came and went without me even realising.
Around 3ish I felt slightly peckish and desperately in need of some fresh air after a couple of hours spent working on my laptop, so I grabbed Bella's lead and we had a little walk round the corner to Daisy Clough nurseries. Where, after a walk around the plants and the old orchard, we sat in the shade of the outdoor eating area and partook of a large slice of Root Cake and a large black filter coffee ... well I did ... Bella was happy people and doggy watching from under the table while I had a nice little chat with Mum on the phone.
The slice of cake was more than enough to tide me over until a late tea a seven o'clock.
My tea was a collaboration between the fridge and the Tin Bath, fresh mixed leaves, some spring onions and some of my favourite cheese.
This is a creamy tasting cheese, reminiscent of a mild cheddar and as it has added B12 a good addition to a vegan diet.
The back label.
With two brown finger rolls from the freezer it ended another day eaten just from what I already had in ... a very satisfying feeling.
I have never tried the Violife slices, must give them a go as I do love the dairy free cream cheese especially on a bagel. Fortune blessed me with an Age UK donations bag through the letter box yesterday so a very good excuse to clear unused items plus an extra 2 bin liners full. What luck and yes it feels good! Vera.ReplyDelete
You are still eating very well. Good for you on managing to eat down the cupboards and fridge.ReplyDelete