As a junior dietetics student,
it should come to no surprise that I am fascinated by what people eat.
I don't even mean in the sense of-- "Oh my gosh! I am appalled by what that person eats!"--
kind of way.
I just really like seeing what people eat each day,
and love how it inspires me to try new foods within my own daily food plan.
Don't even get me started on "What's in my fridge?" blogs and vlogs...
Anyway, since I am clearly enthusiastic about food,
it is rather surprising that i have never participated in the link-up for
"What I Ate Wednesday" link-up at Peas and Crayons.
Better late than never!
My grandparents brought back pounds upon pounds of grapefruit
from Texas this year. (They are snow birds.)
Paired with my morning boost of caffeine,
my morning was off to a great start.
I was pretty excited for lunch today.
I am kind of obsessed with Flatout.
It is like a whole wheat tortilla on steroids.
(I mean that in the best way possible.)
They are thicker and more moist than tortillas,
which is why I prefer them.
Also, if you have never tried any of the Laughing Cow spreads
in place of mayo and cheese,
run on over to your nearest grocery store PRONTO!
At only 35 calories for an entire wedge,
you won't go back to your regular sandwich spread ever again.
My snacks were spread throughout the day.
Don't laugh at me, but I love having a freezy after I work-out.
I am always really thirsty and it seems to help quench my thirst.
When I went to basketball camp, when I was younger,
they always distributed freezies during breaks.
So I have some fond memories attached to the treat.
I also had my standard yogurt and apple.
If you heard loud crunching at the library earlier,
that was just me and that apple.
Is it just me, or is eating about a zillion times louder at the library?
Every bite was like an atomic bomb going off!
Finally, for supper, my brother treated me to sushi at the new sushi place in town.
What was on your plate today?