What I Eat In A Day ♥ Easy Healthy Vegan Meals | Canada

What I Eat In A Day ♥ Easy Healthy Vegan Meals | Canada


hey guys we are right now in moira lake located in small town of madoc ontario its such beautiful cozy little place its funny all of our blog are in toronto this is the place we got to escape so were constantly leaving but this place truly is one of our little sanctuaries we come here a lot in the summer we’ve been here for about a week an half editing the DVD soul sucking at the same time and he’s alone too so he’s be like calling me I’m lonely so i actually ended up coming out here a few days ago and we shot our whole recipe book we woke up this morning and its such a beautiful day this is another episode of what we eat in a day lets start with breakfast so for breakfast we actually had one of our favourite breakfast meals which is chia seeds mark is obsessed with it once we figured out a how easy it is b how cheap it is c how good it tastes he was like what is this crap and then literally three bites in he couldn’t put it down to make chia pudding you wanna start by making the mixture first so we usually like to add strawberries we take frozen strawberries mis it with coconut milk add the tiny bit of vanilla extract to give it some sweetness you blend the mixture together take a mason jar or tiny bowl fill the chia seeds and mix it with this mixture put it in the fridge takes 4 hours to freeze chia seeds to soak the mixture and expand and then in the morning you literally have breakfast ready to go top it with fresh fruits cacao nibs if you tend to rush in the morning this is a great thing to do you prep the breakfast the night before grab it run out the door if you buy it in the stores so expensive so thats out breakfast for snacks during the day we are obsessed with smoothie bowls lately which depending on consistency we make them sometimes become smoothie soups pretty much your regular smothie top it off with awesome ingredients like fresh fruits and cacao nibs we use cereals granolas its a thicker smoothie you put into a bowl that becomes more like a sunday with little toppings on it that instead of blended up you actually chew them up for todays smoothie we wanted to show u we used frozen strawberries, bananas almond milk almond butter acts as thickening agent you want to make the smoothie as think as possible that the ingredients you place on top do not sink in when they sink thats when u know u have a smoothie bowl then here come our superfoods we love to include spirulina spirulina is high in protein which is great when we use hemp seeds kind of helps us not have to use protein poweder we love vega one really nice to use just the natural natures protein powder i guess we have hemp hearts which we also include high in protein cacao nibs are amazing they’re super high in magnesium they are high source of iron hint of chocolate but not too much after that you top it with your favourite fruit hemp seeds the granola we use is mixed a little bit with raisins and dried cranberries it gives you that little texture and there you have it thats our amazing smoothie bowl for lunch we made today spinach arugula almond salad roasted nut salad and it is one of our favourite salads and it think the ingredient that makes it super tasty is the roasted nuts and it sounds intimidating because you’re like roasted nuts? but its a very simple and quick complex so to make the nuts we used almonds and pecans and before you place then in the oven you want to cover them in a sweet mixture so the mixture we made is 3 tablespoons of agave syrup with a dash of cayenne pepepr and then you plop it in the microwave for about 30 seconds just to mix it up liquify its a little more then you place the nuts on parchment paper cover it with the sweet mixture roll it around set your oven to 400 and then you just plop it in roast them for about 10 12 min you do wanna check up on them we did burn them keep an eye on it and then they’re so delicious they can they can eat them as a snack and then we got the nuts ready we start with the salad you take spinach and arugula chop up some apples and cucumbers a little bit of toss the nuts in there and then you prep your dressing when the dressing we made today is one of our favourite dressings and it is literally a mixture of alive oil apple cider vinigar and again a little bit of agave syrup as well as lemon juice you just whisk it together cover it the salad with it our last topping we love to include is hemp seeds to give it a little bit of protein and there you have it an amazing salad and thats our lunch alright guys so for dinner for dinner we’re planning to make our favourite stuffed pepper they leave a fantastic impression they look really really fancy they take a little bit more time just under an hour but at the end of the day the impression it leaves its perfect you’re like look at me I’m a vegan chef and its delicious as well so its one of our favourite dishes so to begin to make your peppers first you start with the stuffing so you make the quinoa on the side and then you move over to the stirfry you basically put a little bit of oil and you starry today we did carrots mushrooms garlic and a little bit of onion you starry that up add the lentils with the stirfry 5 to 7 minutes or so and then you take a can of tomato sauce and you put that in there mix it around you cook for a little bit probably about 5 or 7 minutes with the tomato sauce starts to dissapate therefore next when you take the quinoa and you add that in with the starry and the lentils you’re making more of a paste the goal here is to paste like stuffing rather then a tomato sauce and then so after the stuffing is done you’re going to move over to the peppers so you first take the peppers cut the top of most seeds and core will come with it but if theres anything left take spoon or knife and f=sort of hollow it out like a pepper bowl and then all you do is take the stuffing and you place it into the pepper and then you prop them into the oven 50 minutes pepper cooks really nicely of its so good so you can actually dig in with your fork after you cooked it for 50 minutes you take the peppers out you add the tops that you cut off on top of the peppers like a little hat and then you put it back in the oven and set your timer for broil 5minutes keep an eye on it you don’t want the broil to burn the peppers cause then you get a really ugly looking fancy dish and then thats it you have a wonderful soft stuffed quinoa pepper alright guys there you have it thats what we eat in a day all the recipes and directions are down below in the description so if you guys want to try cooking these you can go ahead and follow along and leave a comment let us know how it goes like the video and also if you guys end up using different variations of the recipes we would love to hear about that like you know we love switching up our meals so if you found something that worked for you let us know buy!

100 thoughts on “What I Eat In A Day ♥ Easy Healthy Vegan Meals | Canada

  1. Thank you all sooooo much for watching and enjoying this video. It means so much to both of us…. 😀 ♥
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  2. 💚 The Chia pudding recipe is delicious, even though I could not find the cacao nibs, I added some fresh bananas and strawberries, I will find the cacao nibs next time. It was a new beginning for the 14 day summer pilates challenge! I am transitioning to a whoke food plant based diet and I am not use to the Chia seeds but they are growing on me now, I enjoyed the pudding!

  3. A lot of canned coconut milk contains stabilizers, like guar gum, which prevents food from digesting properly if at all. Please share and let's stop companies from bastardizing food!

  4. In Greece we have a traditional dish which is similar to your stuffed peppers.Its stuffed vegetables,peppers,eggplants,tomatoes etc, with rice and herbs in the oven. One of my favourites.Your recipe looks also really tasty!

  5. Amazing recipes guys! Just found this and mmmmm – can't wait to replicate – especially the stuffed peppers! 😍

  6. I'm just starting yoga through this channel and this exercise is a great start for the stiff and inflexible like me!

  7. Thank you! You have really inspired me! I made a variation of your salad for dinner with pumpkin seeds, a teaspoon of honey and a teaspoon ontahina paste as a dressing. Delicious!

  8. OMG!!! I roasted walnuts and pecans with raw organic honey and the cayenne pepper and it made my salad amazing!! My salad consisted of spring mix and baby spinach, green apple, cucumbers and avocado 😁 thank you for these awesome meal recipes

  9. I have been eating smoothie bowls for breakfast for a few months. We're really lucky in Australia that we have more of a choice of fresh fruit all year round, so my must haves are a slice of fresh pineapple (anti inflammatory), a whole kiwifruit skin & all (gut health), frozen or fresh mixed berries, & 5 cubes of frozen mango, & whatever else we have in the garden – 1/2 an apple/pear/peach/plum/apricot, passionfruit. A nub of fresh ginger. Tsp of acai & maca powder. Tblsp of flax seeds & same of chia. I'm not vegan so I have 4 tblsp organic yogurt. I blend then top with shredded coconut, cacoa nib & homemade muesli. If it's particularly tart & add a dribble of our own raw honey, i know some people have issues with honey, but we have two home hives & our girls are really well looked after & we only supply our family & friends

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  11. Omg! I made my boyfriend chia pudding once and he literally had the same reaction as Mark and then asked me to make it for him every day.lol

  12. This a sounds so good going to try to make all of it. I'm going to add cranberrys and goat cheese to the salad I dont think you guys eat goat cheese though. But the cranberrys I think will be a great addition.😀😀😀😀

  13. O. M.G 😂 I just tried the chai pudding recipe- accept I used soya milk, banana a few almonds and some cinnamon (because it's what I had in) but I still used the cacao nibs.. soon good and yummy! I was so surprised how lovely and mousse it turned! And it's healthy! I will most define try be trying that again! So simple too! This will make my breakfasts a heck of a slot more exciting! 😂 thaaaanks! x

  14. Literally plopping one of our literally favourite hemp seed soup salad breakfasts with toppings of cacao nibs and bananas on hemp hearts plopping in agave with literally one of our favourite cacao nib chia hemp agave strawberry smoothie bowls. Awesome.

  15. Great video! <3 I very interesting what you do that you are so slim.. You have ideal figure! More video about vegan diet, please! 🙂

  16. you are both motivating for light and healthy food. Thank you for your positive energy in all of your videos! Some commentators feel that the portions are too small? The stomach adapts to the eating habits. Everything we eat has to be broken up in the stomach with the help of body energy, which costs energy (e.g. soup coma at noon). Realized Indian Yoga Masters say among other things: Drink only warm water in the morning, possibly a few fruits, few nuts, a handful of rice at noon and nothing more in the evening after 5 p.m. Ayurveda and modern research recommend no frozen food, no microwave, no mixture of milk and fruit, as these components repel each other, they are antagonists. But ultimately, for "normal" people, food is also a sensual experience, a shared heartfelt experience, so that it is probably always about the best compromise between health and enjoyment. Every cell consists of the energy that we have consumed in recent weeks. You both radiate naturalness and health with all beings. Namaste :o)

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  17. Hi, I love your videos. Thank you very much. My only problem with the ingredients in your food is that I live in Western Europe and to get to me most of them would have to travel across the Atlantic or from Southern Europe. Unfortunately, I am trying to reduce my carbon footprint dramatically so I have to work with ingredients that are produced within a 500km radius which is already a lot. Anyway, that was just to say ^_^

  18. Love the videos. Very similar to our food at home vegan gf. Question though… Noticed no salt used. Do you intentionally avoid it?

  19. guys chill on the amount of food they eat, just because it is the norm in the US to eat like 3000 calories per day or more… which is nuts! unless you are an athlete… these guys are slim and can survive on this amount of food per day.
    The human body can do perfectly fine on one or even two meals per day, I eat 1000 calories twice a day and I workout for atleast 2 hours per day, my only advice to these lovely humans would be when they cut the green leafy part off the strawberries please dont waste some of the top of the strawberry ! and they said the word Literally, literally 4 times!! 🙂 other than that awesome video

  20. New Pescatarian and Yogi of two weeks! I’m enjoying it so far and already see an incredible difference in my strength, flexibility and a slimmer waist on the way! I wanted to suggest to everyone to put frozen fruit into the pudding after it sits overnight and it gives it almost an ice cream treat vibe. SO YUMMY!

  21. its wiered how some of the food you have grown up on and took for granted is so valuable in other countries. The place where I grew up and still live, we have coconut trees in grandparents farm. Cacao is just everywhere our backyard.

  22. amazing ideas, but people, veganism is not for everyone,, type 0 like me need other protein, so if you are like me, add two eggs to the salad and a salmon to dinner, dont feel bad if your body needs something different or more than this, listen to your body, we are all different, veganism is great as an ideal but in reality, it does not serve everyone same,, im sure it works for some people, for me it did not,, listen to your own body,, and if you go vegan for saving the world, do not forget about you along the way,, :*

  23. I have started using frozen fresh spirulina, it doesn’t have this fishy taste and in is a Calgary based company. Check it out! https://www.spiraveg.com/

  24. All delicious! Realizing that if you eat all of that in one day you are consuming a high fat diet.
    Canned coconut milk = fat
    Almond milk = fat
    Almond butter = fat
    Olive oil for cooking veggies = fat
    Olive oil for dressing = fat
    Which leads to heart disease and internal inflammation — the root of autoimmune diseases. The recipes are amazing, but perhaps not consuming all that fat in one day and spreading them throughout the week instead — from a balanced nutritional stand point😉

  25. totally awesome. Thank you so very much for sharing and allowing us to see how healthy and wonderful life should be.

  26. Love the chia pudding idea. I’ve been looking for an alternative to my rice pudding that is healthier. Thank you 🤗

  27. I'm not going to say that you guys convinced me to want to go vegan. You did help me to understand why vegan is a good choice for me. Mostly from seeing the reason in my own writing within a comment I recently left on a one of your more recent videos. Now you guys are going to have to help me make vegan delicious and this video is certainly a good start. It all looks so good and healthy. You guys are so awesome together. I will indulge in some of your other vegan videos for some more tips and recipes. Thank you for all you do. You unexpectedly touched my life.

  28. Hey guys, awesome content, and you are so funny too, love you! I was wondering if you keep a dosha diet? (Ayurveda), for example chia seeds ar not good for pitta dosha, would like to know your thoughts or recommendations , have a nice day and keep up the amazing work 🙏🏼💓👌🏼💚 namaste

  29. I love it. I've trying to follow this vegan life style. I made the chia pudding. I like to call it chia yogurt. It just reminds me me of a delicious yogurt. When I made it again, I used mango and chia…..OMG. it was so amazing. This is my go to now. 😊

  30. I love how you guys finish each other's sentences and the way you look at each other is just so beautiful! 🧘‍♂️💏🧘‍♀️

  31. the food that you made for dinner called DOLME, it is famous in Iran and Turkey, and with a little bit different ingerdients

  32. Ok, that all concerns the body, flexibility, muscles, joints, food and so on…. And what about the spiritual dimmension of our life ? Owing to the "proper" way of living we can extend our life on the earth even 10 years but what after that all ?

  33. I love all this recipes but I will usually ad some eggs and bacon for breakfast, lunch I like açaí with grilled fish, just some oatmeal with banana and avocado.( weekday), weekend I like pizza,lobster sandwich,hamburgers,ribs…… potato salad and Mac and cheese

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