Happy Friday my loves!

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Whew, this week flew by.

I first want to say thank you for all the supportive comments I got on my last post; comments on the blog and the personal messages you guys sent me. I really appreciate the support in my decision to distance myself from others who I feel are hindering/affecting my recovery.

I want to make it clear that I will still be blogging, that will not change or stop. But what will happen is I am just personally unsubscribing and choosing not to read or communicate with others I feel are jaded to their eating disordered behaviors and choices.

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But enough of that. Because it’s Friday. And Friday’s are meant to be fun.

And what’s more fun than Laura’s #strangebutgood get together? Not many things.

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I originally was going to feature this little concoction.

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“Raw” tempeh and blueberry jam sandwich.

Not the strangest I know, but new to me and I know some people don’t like the whole sweet/savory combo.

(pssh crazy people)

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Then I created another concoction that I thought deserved the spot light.

This again might not be new to some, and I did get my inspiration from this, but I of course made a little twist of my own.

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Tofu Panini

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The recipe I originally found was for firm tofu, made in a skillet.

I only had silken tofu (that desperately needed to be used) and clearly it wasn’t going to hold up in a skillet.

So I racked my brain on how I could make this work.

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Magic Bullet to the rescue and a beautiful chocolatey peanut buttery tofu goodness was created.

Kind of like the tofu pudding I made before, but adding it to a sandwich and making it a panini, well that’s what makes it kind of strange. But so good.

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I was nervous how it would be warm, but oh my goodness it was amazing.

I then of course had to try it on something cold.

I mean who would I be if I didn’t compare hot vs. cold.

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I am in the process of experimenting with a protein english muffin recipe (that still needs some perfecting) but a pretty good trial came out this morning. It wasn’t quite as firm as I wanted so I put it in the fridge to see how it would hold up. When I went to eat it and was thinking of what would be good on top, hey why not some chocolate peanut butter tofu?

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Not too shabby if I do say so myself.

The muffin tasted amazing, but I still need to get the texture figured out to make it more firm like an english muffin.

Don’t you worry, I’m not giving up.

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Are you a fan of tofu?

Have you ever made it sweet?