I’m not sure how, but I have maintained both sanity and satiety over the past two days.
Some of my co-inhabitants may disagree with the former. That time last night when I sang/yelled “There’s a hole in the bottom of the Sea” at full speed and volume alone in the kitchen, was likely audible.
Household effects, relocated.
Brain? Sufficiently scattered.
As promised, I will show you which foods permitted my survival.
Above: stolen thawed leftover Hilary veggie tortellini soup
Above: Off-the-cuff warm chickpea, sweet tater, carrot, quinoa salad with lime-balsamic dressing. Stolen ingredient: chickpeas a la Ariel‘s cupboard. Oh the generosity.
Below: My final student survival creation before complete pantry relocation commenced. Ingredients? Self-explanatory
1) What is that powdery yellow stuff you ask? It’s nutritional yeast. It tastes like the organic cheezies we used to buy at 3 Beans. I like it. You probably wouldn’t. That’s ok. No pressure. We can still be friends.
2) Yes, the sun’s warmth had increased by the time I cooked my egg.
Now, my friends, all that stands between me and the open road is one exam … and less than twenty hours.
Be prepared for a little blog breather while I cross Canada with three awesome dorks in my echo hatchback.
Also be prepared for a wicked photo journal of my five day road trip from Ottawa to Whitehorse.