What I Eat in A Day // healthy(ish) easy summer recipes | vlog


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I haven’t done a what I eat in a day video in so long I thought it was time for an update to just share with you what I’ve been cooking lately even though it changes all the time 😅

the workouts that I do

*for the erewhon recipes I eyeballed everything and it turned out great so I think you can also just taste as you go and adjust by your preference (have fun with it!!)

💫spicy tofu sticks
extra firm tofu (high protein tofu works best)
corn starch (optional)
soy sauce / tamari / coconut aminos
rice vinegar
sesame oil
chili flakes
dijon mustard
maple syrup
🥗kale and white bean salad
white bean (northern beans or cannellini)
pumpkin seeds (I didn’t have any)
sunflower seeds
lemon juice
dijon mustard
hemp seeds
maple syrup
extra-virgin olive oil
salt & pep
🥒🥬 summer Italian inspired pasta salad
red lentil pasta (adds a little extra protein, but regular pasta is just as great)
red onion
red & yellow bell peppers
baby tomatoes

dressing (blended all ingredients in a blender):
1/2 cup Olive Oil
1.5 tbsp white vinegar
2 crushed garlic cloves
1/4 fresh parsley
1/2 tsp maple syrup
1.2 tsp salt

*just remember to adjust everything to your personal preference 🥰

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  1. Saw the title and clicked so damn fast!!! Also want to take a second to say congrats on your huge growth recently, I remember I started following you just a few months ago and I believe you were around 30k. The fact you're already inching close to 200k is crazy!! Congrats Alia!

  2. I love learning about kitchen tips. I did not know that massaging the kale with salt and olive oil would soften it.
    I am a “science” enthusiast. I had to find out the science behind it. I guess the massage breaks down the fibers a bit via mechanical friction, and I would presume that it would give some heat, which would also render it softer.

    I googled the reason why it got soft, I haven’t found it yet. But it seems that while massaging the kale, it makes it bitter since some chemicals inside of the cells are released after breaking the cell wall. Another great way would be to do the massage first, and then wash the kale in order to remove the bitterness.

    I found that cool…
    But omg, the salad looks dope. I love the ingredients that they used. I should definitely try it. What kind of salad dressing was used?

    Or was it just the title “salad dressing” that you entered in the video before adding the Dijon mustard? I guess that’s it since I did not see that you listed it in the description.