On the 6th day of my Lofat Vegetarian diet I received small folded Nuttella crepe, fruit skewers, low fat Laban (buttermilk), and white tea for breakfast.
The crepe was good and a refreshing change but the portion was tiny. Then again I’m supposed to be on a diet so the portions must be small.
For lunch I got the mixed vegetable noodles with a side of chickpea salad.
When I first tried LoFat before I adored their vegetable noodles. The ones I tasted this time are equally delicious but unbelievable oily! So oily, oil was running down the plastic bowl it came in. I wish LoFat would fix that, it was too oily.
The chickpea salad was delicious with one minor thing, the chickpeas were canned or pre-boiled therefore were a bit harder that the chickpeas we are used to and buy from the co-op. Some people might not like it, others might prefer it. Personally I’m used to the softer chickpeas so I think it would have tasted better if it was the soft kind.
For dessert I got LoFat’s famous Talia (post)! I know many who like it and buy it for dessert from LoFat’s fridges in the co-ops and its perhaps one of LoFat’s most successful desserts. I was really happy to see that it was on my meals list that day. I had it with a cup of white tea.
For dinner I got half a mixed vegetables burger with a vegetables and corn soup.
The burger was OK. Not exceptionally good and not bad. It was fine and filling for dinner. For once, the soup wasn’t spicy at all. I still don’t like most of LoFat’s soups so I think I’m going to stay away from them for the last two weeks of the diet.
All in all it was a delicious day with lots of interesting options. If only the noodles weren’t so oily.
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