40 Days Sans Meat: What's Harder, Writing, or Not Eating?

40 Days Sans Meat: What's Harder, Writing, or Not Eating?

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40 Days Sans Meat: What's Harder, Writing, or Not Eating?

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What are you giving up for Lent? Christen Nehmer, videographer for The Food Channel, is giving us her experience in going meatless. Follow along throughout the 40 days of Lent.

Day 30:

Day 30 of Lent. Normally, it would only be 10 more days, but no. This year, Lent is 47 days. Of course, the one year I decide to give up something extreme, it’s an extra week long.

I’m still going strong. I’m starting to feel like I’ll be eating more vegetables once Lent is over. Don’t get me wrong; I can’t wait to get a hold of some cashew chicken or that #9 from Jimmy John’s. My friends still give me a hard time about it; at least one of them is a full time veggie, so that helps.

I was planning on attempting to grill swordfish this weekend, but no. It’s supposed to snow. Snow. It was 60 today. That is totally not food-related, but it’s still crazy to think about. I’ve hit a wall with writing. I need to eat something interesting, maybe that’ll help.

Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs Latté with Agave
Lunch: Mexican Gumbo
Dinner: Veggie Sub from Subway

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