First, Cafe Green in Northwest DC is much tastier than a vegan restaurant with a large number of raw food dishes has any right to be. Their not-quite-bibimbap was pretty tasty, even if not served in a superheated iron bowl. And the Sherbs loved their raw food assortment.
For dessert, the cake we got tasted like good pareve cake (better than meh), but the raw cashew "milk" shake I had was pretty fabulous.
Next, the Teet now carries individually packaged servings of freeze-dried fruits. As they say on Twitter, #winning.
Finally, I tried to use an online "healthy recipe" guide which advertised that it could give me a healthy meal just by inputting three items currently in my fridge. I tried that, and these were the failures:
- soy chorizo + endive + mayonnaise
- cheese singles + tuna salad + tomato (despite this being a pretty regular weekend lunch standby; fat free cheese singles on Starkist's "tuna salad in a bag" is more than tolerable on toast).
- ketchup + onion + beans (okay, no baked beans recipes?)
- dehydrated onion + brie + vegetable broth (and I didn't even try to confuse it with the fact that I was using Ile de France's "mini brie" - which, for the record, is superior to Trader Joe's Mini Brie Bites; there's something off about the way the Trader Joe's ones taste)
- mustard + orange + beans