Heads up--there's no actual "burger" in the veggie burger. Just veggies on a bun. It was actually really tasty! I loaded mine up with grilled onions, grilled peppers, lettuce, tomato, pickle, ketchup, and mustard. Yum. It is weird that I honestly thought it tasted like a hamburger? I guess I like the toppings more than the actual meat itself. Anyway, paired with some peanuts it made a great lunch:
I had some coupons for for free fro-yo that obviously needed to be used immediately, but the boys wanted to see some silly comic book movie. Thankfully, Captain America is ridiculously, um, strong. Let's just say I enjoyed the movie. I got to use the coupons afterwards:
Which made my frozen yogurt come to a grand total of $1.38. That's a price I can be happy about! My concoction of white chocolate mousse, vanilla, and caramel mocha:
Good thing I had some fro-yo yesterday, I needed it to fuel my long run today. I was up and out the door by 6am, to try and beat the sun! Thankfully my whole run was done before it got sunny, although the humidity made the air like soup. All in all, I'm pleased with my 9:24 pace, especially on the gravel hills and lake trails!
What's the last movie you saw?
Captain America, but the one before that was Horrible Bosses.
Do you ever eat veggie burgers? What's your favorite type, brand, etc?
I am a fan of most kinds of veggie burgers, as long as they're covered in ketchup! I have always liked the original Garden Burger brand though.