A few months ago for BFY Life I wrote a 3 part series on how to be plant-based on the road. A lot of my tips can be used for anyone who wants to keep their limits (I refuse to call what I do a diet, the word DIE is in it). A lot of people think that since I try to keep a plant-based diet that you have to completely adjust how you live, which is not the case. It does take some navigating and for thought, but anyone who counts their macros, watches what they eat, or cares about what they put into their body, has to do the same.
One of my favorite sandwiches is a Peanut Butter and Banana on a toasted bread. Yes it sounds basic but I love bananas and nut butters! It is why I can’t keep peanut butter in my house. I will eat a jar in minutes, no self control when it comes to peanut butter (and trail mix).
A question I get often is how I get rid of the excess water that tofu is packaged in. You can see it in their face that they are hoping for some magical tool I’ve found on Amazon. But truth be told I use household items to press my tofu. By not using a tofu presser I’ve found out that I save a lot of time and effort. Most non-commercial pressers only press on brick at a time. And who has time for that?