What does a hip, hot eco-blogger eat when she spends a day working from home? Today we are pleased to feature the food diary of our friend Sandra Sanchez, founder/editor-in-chief of Orglamic.com. A vegetarian since birth, Sandra keeps her her daily food choices ecologically responsible by abstaining from meat and eating mostly organic foods. Make sure you subscribe to Orglamic for daily updates on sustainable luxury living.
A Day In The Food Life – Sandra Sanchez of http://www.orglamic.com
7:45am Coconut Cream Pie Lara Bar
I am completely obsessed with these. I love that they are made of such pure, vegan ingredients and add a perfect punch of protein and fiber, which is generally what I look for when picking out energy bars. Also, I know that eating nuts is super healthy, but I don’t really like eating them plain so this is a good way to get them into my diet.
Water in Vapur Anti-Bottle
I love this reusable, portable water bottle (or anti-bottle, shall I say.) It is super lightweight and fits easily in my purse so I can carry it with me throughout the day. I pretty much only drink water, unless I am socializing with friends in which case I drink wine or vodka sodas. I also love a good fresh-squeezed fruit juice and tend to get that when I am out to breakfast or brunch.
9:45am Beverly Hills Juice Club Banana Manna Shake: Apple Lemon Double Ginger w organic banana and almonds.
I love love love this place and totally think it is worth the price! Sometimes I’ll try to do a 3-day juice fast so I’ll get all my juices from here. Most of the time I just swing by for a protein-filled pick-me-up smoothie. I just moved across town though, so I am going to check out Pressed Juicery, which is just down the street from me, and hope that it is as good.
12:45pm 2 mini 100 Grand chocolate bars
Yes, despite my best intentions to eat healthfully, I have a perpetual, insatiable sweet tooth and will literally pull into gas stations and 7-11’s for a fix. I know, it is tres tacky, but I can’t help myself, nor do I want to.
2:00pm vine ripened tomato, fresh mozzarella, olive oil, dried oregano, French bread and 2 dates
I went to the Brentwood Farmer’s Market this weekend and picked up some goodies, so I am trying to eat more at home this week. More often than not, I am out to lunch (either business or with friends.) As for the dates, I always have to end my meals with something sweet, so these were my attempt at being healthy.
3:45pm 6 avocado rolls and 2 dates
Okay, so maybe I didn’t make my sandwich big enough, or maybe it is bc I am working from home just a stones throw away from the kitchen, but I am inspired to have another mini-meal. The avocado rolls are from Whole Foods. Simple and yummy.
5:00pm ½ fresh mozzarella ball
Now I swear I am just eating because I know that I have to write it all down. It is almost like when I tried to diet and only ended up eating more than usual bc I was thinking about food the whole time. Nevertheless, the mozzarella is mouthwatering.
6:10pm about 15 Snapea Crisps
6:45pm 2 mini 100 Grand chocolate bars
Must really build a wall between my office and kitchen…
9:45pm spinach and tomato sautéed in olive oil and pepper and a bowl of Pacific Natural Foods Curried Red Lentil soup
Again, I usually go out to dinner with my boyfriend or friends, so this is quite uncharacteristic. I am trying to use the fresh spinach and tomatoes from the market and they turn out great when paired with a hearty bean soup. This reminds me of the kind of European-style dinners I had as a child, and I often tend to eat that way…just throwing together a small salad, soup, cheese and bread. And of course, dessert!
Eco-Vegan GalJanuary 13, 2011 at 5:48 am (12 years ago)
I love Sandra (and your site) – so glad you featured her!
Julie and LaurenJanuary 13, 2011 at 8:17 am (12 years ago)
So cute!! I will try those Larabars now… never knew if they were actually good!
'ChelleJanuary 13, 2011 at 1:48 pm (12 years ago)
Really cute gals!!!!!!!!!!!!