Today is a special day as I finally finished my P90X Lean Routine with Yoga X! I am so happy that I’ve gone thru this fitness program for straight 90 days and I didn’t even miss a single workout!
And they were a bit too much for me to bring, so I packed some for my hubby too. Can’t be too selfish, right? I admit I can be selfish sometimes when it comes to food portion (only the healthy ones though..haha).
Of course I didn’t forget to bring the egg white pancake I made the night before. And don’t worry, I didn’t bring all of them, spared some for my hubby too. But I had one extra more…hehehe… *sneaky mode*.
After I got to my workplace, I did my usual morning ritual a.k.a getting the hot water for my morning green tea. I always love Stassen Pure Jasmine Green tea.
The tea has a very strong and aromatic jasmine. Don’t underestimate the power of tea bag! And I always drink it plain without any sugar. The bitter the better.
Around 10:30 am, my belly demanded to be refilled so I grabbed Odwalla® Berries GoMega Superfood.
It’s a bit sweet for my taste, but for majority of people shouldn’t be. It also has a very strong grain taste as it contains ground golden flax, organic rolled oats, organic oat flour just to name a few. And it also has lots of dried berries (cranberries, blueberries, raisins) -I could even taste chunks of them. The best thing is, theres NO REFINED SUGAR. Majority of the ingredients are organic. One little thing is it has a slight bitter taste to it, probably because lots of grains it it, but it didn’t bother me much. It kept my belly full until lunch time!
When I got home, I saw my brother already started cooking dinner. Perfect timing because I wasn’t quite in the mood of cooking. Went upstairs, changed clothing, sat in front of my computer, surfed a bit and I felt hungry. Too bad the dinner wasn’t ready yet, so I munched on Kashi® GoLean Crunch cereal (sorry no pic, too hungry to take pic haha). 30 minutes later, dinner is ready!
My brother was nice enough to go to an Asian market and got the fish and made this amazing steamed tilapia. It only tastes good if the fish is fresh, otherwise the meat will be very bland. The procedure is very simple.
You just need:
1 fresh tilapia fish (check the gill. If it’s more reddish then it’s fresh. Otherwise, pick another one)
couple slices of gingers
lots of green onions (julienne, separate the green and the stalks)
Lee Kum Kee Seafood Soy Sauce
Oyster sauce (just drizzle a bit over the fish)
1/2 tsp sugar
some salt (rub on the fish)
couple drops of vegetable/cooking oil
-Rub the salt over the fish so it’ll give it more taste. Let it sit for about 10 minutes
- Sliced the gingers thinly and insert them into the fish – gingers and seafood goes hand in hand
- Pour over the seafood soy sauce, oyster sauce (just a bit), cooking oil, sugar and the julienne scallions
- Steam over medium high heat for about 15 minutes (for smaller fish) and about 20-25 minutes for bigger fish. This one is a bit big, so we steamed it about 20 minutes.
- Turn off the heat, pour in the remaining scallions (the green part), serve and enjoy!
The only thing I didn’t have was the roasted duck, left over from my brother’s lunch. It was too greasy for me and I don’t like duck meat as much. After dinner I felt I want some kind of after dinner snack and I remembered the last piece of my birthday cake.
I was debating whether I should finish it all or just eat half of it. This is not quite my favorite food, so I cut it into 2 pieces. One for me and one for my hubby.
I took a bite and found out the cake HAS GONE BAD!! Good thing I haven’t swallowed my first bite when I saw the fluffy white thread on part of the cake.
SO GROSS and I lost my appetite completely! But I still craved that after dinner snack so I had a cup of Kashi® GoLean Crunch Cereal again (no pic, too lazy to go back to my room and got the camera). Ok I guess that did the trick and my belly wasn’t demanding anymore food after that.