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Week 2, Day 4: Easiest yet, with WAO fav Spicy Peanut Noodles

Today is even easier that yesterday because you've already grilled the squash you will have for lunch! Just cut up a watermelon for a snack ... or take it even easier and have cantaloupe if you have some left. (I just cut up one that gave eighteen cups of fruit, not the twelve I'd planned for.)

Have tea and toasted Good Whisk Bread with peanut butter for breakfast. For lunch, have Bean and Tomato Stew with Pinto Beans topped with Cashew Cream with Rice and Grilled Summer Squash Two Ways. Snack on watermelon.

Also have a bowl of Brighter Popcorn sometime today, for extra protein and because it's delicious. The recipe is in the week-2 ebook for challenge subscribers.

For dinner, enjoy one of the most popular meals in Wildly Affordable Organic: Noodles in Spicy Peanut Sauce with Seasonal Vegetables. If you have trouble finding organic green beans, use carrots instead. Or use a mix of carrots and green beans, as shown below with the noodles.

You made the sauce on Day 2 this week, so just prepare two meals' worth of noodles and vegetables. Have some tonight and the rest tomorrow. If you didn't make the sauce on Day 2, just make it today. It just takes a few minutes and you mix it in the serving bowl.

Here's a video of me making it for Valonda Calloway, host of My Carolina Today:

Rinse some blueberries to have on the side and enjoy Feel-Good Peach Cobbler for dessert.

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How many calories do you think the homemade hummus has and how many carbs? I was just wondering....

Aug 7, 2012 | Registered Commenterfrann
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