We’ll start with my ‘What I Ate Wednesday’ post. It wasn’t the most exciting day of food but it was all clean so I can’t complain. I was just at home writing an essay and surprisingly didn’t have loads of snacks. What is it about being at home and doing work that makes you go to the fridge every half an hour? Well this time I managed to stay put and only eat three meals and one snack. So here we go, and don’t forget to check out the link-up party over at Peas & Crayons.
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Today was a chickpea day. But with me, most days are. It’s not that I love the taste or crave them but somehow they just seem to creep into most of my meals. I realised that with the exception of about a month, I’ve had chickpeas every week this year. Scary. There’s been the standard chickpea curry, the chickpea ‘tuna sandwich’ , the chickpea stir fry and even chickpea burgers. You just can’t go wrong with them; they’re cheap (4 tins for £1 in ASDA), super quick to cook (you should know by now the kitchen is not where I belong) and they’re versatile. So here’s how I ate them yesterday:
I’m pretty boring when it comes to food; I can eat the same thing every day and not get bored. If I like it, it’s here to stay. I hope my husband likes chickpeas because I practically live off of them. However, this week I actually didn’t eat any! I know, crazy. Here’s this week’s WIAW post. Go and visit Peas & Crayon to see the rest of the fun. If you have a blog then leave your link below.
I always enjoy reading other people’s WIAW post’s so I thought I’d jump onto the bandwagon. If you’ve never seen one before then head over to Jenn’s blog to find out what it’s all about.
So here’s what I ate last