So what did I end up with? I cooked some rice noodles and mixed them while hot with a spoonful of crunchy Peanut Butter, low sodium soy sauce, and a splash of sesame oil. I placed the noodles on a bed of organic baby greens and radicchio and topped with some edamame. Since I'm super classy and like to embellish my dishes (and since I bought this $6 jar of it and need to actually use it) I added some pickled ginger too.
I won't lie to you, I'm super proud of this. I'm pretty sure it's possible to now mix Peanut butter into absolutely anything. Next up? PB cocktails. You know you're curious.
There was just one problem with the creation of this meal--I realized it was the third thing I ate today with Peanut Butter. Oh, and it's noon.
Breakfast: oatmeal with peanut butter, protein powder, flax, and strawberries
Snack: Peanut Butter Builder's Bar
And then the Asian-PB noodle salad for lunch. Hi. My name is Vanessa and I'm addicted to Peanut Butter. Admitting you have a problem is the first step to recovery.
In other news, apparently crack got legalized. The rule is that it has to be packaged like this now:
Weird, right? Seriously, this stuff is crazy addictive. Both Britt and Ash told me about this stuff so I blame them entirely. You ladies have some pretty good taste. I can't stop eating it!
Ok guys--I'm ready for another challenge. What should I attempt to add Peanut Butter too? I promise I'll try anything!
(Also, please someone suggest adding it to ice-cream. I know it's been done, I'll just have an excuse to eat Pb and ice-cream then. Thanks)
What are your recent food addictions?
Aside from Pb and Cinnamon Chex, I would say oatmeal, peaches, and Nerds! The candy, not the computer guys. Although they're nice too I suppose.