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What Marlowe Eats

black bean soup topped with avocado + kale chips
so when we go to bbq type things we try to keep it simple. we usually bring some veggies and plantains to grille for me and M and then either a veggie burger or some super quick and easy black beans. and there's always guac---- cause, duh. so that too. 
smoothies forever.
I basically put spinach or arugula in everything. black beans with spinach + millet with spinach. there's also some carrots and other veg in the black beans too. 
super quick and easy calentado. recipe in cookbook :) 
saag with peas and lentil pancakes.
carrots and white bean dip.
chana masala with a bit of carrots, cauliflower, tempeh, and greens. 
had a bunch of leftover scraps from making kimchi, made her a coleslaw. 
green soup + chickpea salad (see really old recipe HERE or updated recipe in cookbook :) 
black beans + greens, millet + peas, roasted broccoli. 
millet with loads of veggie + tofu and ginger.
said springrolls--- seriously one of our favorites. I'd eat them everyday if I could. well, I could so maybe I should. I've been baking hers she loves it. 



11 comments:

  1. I love how much Marlowe loves carrots :))

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  2. Love the Indian inspired dishes. And you've reminded me that I need to sow some spinach seeds. CJ xx

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  3. I'm hoping to do the same when the day comes!!

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  4. I love these posts and I love your blog. It's seriously my favorite and now that I have a three year old of my own, it's the only one I follow regularly. Thanks for all of it!

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    1. on an oiled pan in oven. I think it was 400 wish? It wasn't super exact :)

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  6. Does she ever ask for meat? or wonder what it tastes like? would you let her try it?

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    1. no, not at all. the other day she was pretending to be a jaguar and said she was going to pretend her strawberries were meat. I ask, well, do you want real meat?" and she made a "hell no" face. She doesn't want to eat animals. If she did ask to try it we would have the conversation about what exactly she's eating-- the animal, the part of animal, etc. And then she could decide from there.

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  7. I just thought of the best question for you! I have a 5 year old entering k next year and I'm already brainstorming lunch ideas. I'm assuming you pack lunch for her, right? So what do you pack? Could you do a week of pictures for us? It would be super inspirational.

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