Bottomless Pit Syndrome

Hey, all! Hope you’re winding down from a fantastic weekend.

I’d spent all yesterday afternoon working on a new tofu dish to feature today, but instead, I’ve been nursing my tummy back to normalcy after a spontaneous evening downtown with The Coach.

Some hydration began with a simple banana and raspberry Chobani smoothie.

 

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Thank God they sent me one of each flavor to try out – they’re perfect in smoothies!

Mid-afternoon, bottomless pit syndrome set in and I knew I was going to pull through!

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Unfortunately, the Road’s End Organics Vegan Alfredo  was incredibly low on flavor and more reminiscent of glue than a creamy cheese sauce.

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That’s not to say I didn’t eat two bowls.

It was there, it was warm, it was as close as I was going to come to comfort food…and it was vaguely edible after the addition of some pepper and garlic salt.

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Luckily, Peace Cereal made up for it with Mango Passion Cereal. Again, two bowls seemed to be the recommended portion size 😉

Ignoring the fact that not a single veggie has crossed my lips today, I seem to be feeling like a functional human being again. At the risk of over-exerting myself, I think I’ll go catch up on your blogs and chill out in bed for the rest of the evening!

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13 Comments on “Bottomless Pit Syndrome”

  1. Picky Nicky says:

    Hehee, I love the name “bottomless pit syndrome” I actually suffered from it today! Well, actually it’s not suffering if you get to eat delicious foods 🙂

  2. Hello, best friend. I thought I was the only one who suffered from BPS. So glad I’m not alone. Perhaps we should “suffer” together sometime 😉

  3. I feel like I suffer from that syndrome at least once a week! And sorry to hear the vegan mac n cheese didn’t taste all that great. But it looks somewhat edible at least? The cereal definitely makes up for it 🙂

    Now go rest up!

  4. Glad you’re feeling better! I hate bottomless pit syndrome, though!

  5. i was a bottomless pit today soon! i did have some veggies, but they were supremely outnumbered! have a great start to your week!

  6. julie says:

    today was SUCH a BP day for me! i think it was because i lifted extra heavy today haha which i’m totally fine with 🙂 enjoy your relaxation girl!

  7. I love greek yogurt in a smoothie – sooo good! : )

  8. I’ve been a bottomless pit today as well….except I’ve eaten my weight in chocolate! =P

  9. Meri says:

    Oh god, I get “bottomless pit” syndrome every night before bed, and continue to stuff my face to fill the hole until bed. My boyfriend makes fun of me, but I can’t stand getting ready for bed and being even a little hungry!

  10. I have felt like a bottomless pit for weeks now! I could eat all day …

  11. Hey, BPS is a real disease. We should treat it just like any other potentially serious medical problem. *laughs* I definitely know the feeling… I think I’m a constant sufferer.

  12. ah i hate bottomless pit days!! i can never stop eating!

  13. I am well aware of the BPS. Cereal definitely tops my list of foods to try to fill the void!


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