This is Fluffy.
This is Jinx (he and Fluffy are brother and sister)
And this is Precious. She is ironically named as she seemed Precious when I first got her and then she later turned out to be quite a handful. She has a number of "quirks" that
Wait, you mean I didn't tell you I harvested a carrot? Here, let me show you!
You know, maybe I have a better picture. Maybe one without a blurry cat tail in it?
There, that's bett....oh wait...Jinx! He is going after the plastic bag filled with vital wheat gluten. He loves plastic. I have heard it is like kitty crack (more so than catnip). Precious and Fluffy may go crazy for my home grown catnip but Jinx is happier with a plastic bag to lick.
Ok, so enough cats and let me tell you about a new discovery. Gena at Choosing Raw had a guest poster about a week ago from Oh She Glows. I had yet to come across this blog and was blown away with it. Angela could not have come up with a better name for her site. She has such amazing energy and every post seems to glow. I have been inspired a lot by a number of her posts (not to mention that I want to order some of her Glo Bars) but the one that kept popping out at me as I read further and further into her archives was Vegan Overnight Oats (VOO). I decided to try it this weekend. I am happy to report that it turned out fabulous. I layered the cold oats with some peanut butter mixed with maple syrup for a delicious breakfast.
Gosh darn cats. Can't escape them.
I also topped the oats with this chocolate/sunflower seed/peanut concoction I made the night before.
Can't I get one picture without a cat in it? No Jinx, you can't have my oats.
Finally, a catless picture. Hope I didn't scare anyone off with my silly cat centric comments.
Be back tomorrow with proof that a creative vegan can eat anywhere.