1: How to be vegetarian when you love meat with Rebecca Thexton

1: How to be vegetarian when you love meat with Rebecca Thexton

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Rebecca Thexton balances working in a bank, writing a blog and creating new vegetarian recipes. Bec believes that you can’t be happy if you’re not healthy, and that being healthy starts with eating well.

Bec whilst overseas was inspired by the food she ate, and the coffee she drank. Her main focus is to create a happy, and healthy life. She runs a blog called Dancing Through Sunday where you will find cheap & healthy meals, DIY and little glimpses of her life along the way.

Dancing Through Sunday is about the beautiful things in life you can still enjoy at a low cost, for example a Sunday brunch.

Changing her nutrition makes her feel balanced, happier, and mentally strong.

Nutrition and Cooking

What foods to avoid

  1. Highly processed foods – Fast foods, canned and tinned meats
  2. Sugar – Soft drink, Lollies, white bread, some yogurt with high sugar.
  3. Reduced Dairy 

What foods to actively seek out

  1. Broccoli
  2. Tomatoes
  3. Capsicum
  4. Sweet Potatoes
  5. Eggs
  6. Nuts 
  7. Legumes 
  8. Quinoa 
  9. Wholemeal Pasta

Bec’s fondest food memories

Standing on a chair and helping her mum make mashed potatoes. Bec’s favourite meal growing up are Ceasar Salad, Spaghetti Bolognese and her special cheesy Mashed Potatoes

Exercise Routine

  • Walking 6-7 kms/day
  • Moderate exercise at the gym 
  • Dodgeball
  • Yoga

Cooking tips

  • Meal planning
  • Learn a few basic meal types like making a curry, a pasta, a stir fry, and roasting veggies
  • Buy veggies and make it the main attraction of your meal
  • Pair your meal with a bottle of wine
  • Ground Cumin make everything taste good

Quickest Meals

Salad – Avocado, roasted veggies with cumin and balsamic vinegar 

Tips on reducing wastage

Meal Planning – use multiple ingredients in multiple meals

Invest in sturdy tupperware 

Who would you love to have dinner with and where?

Drew Barrymore on the river Siene in Paris

Last meal on the planet?

Broccoli and Cauliflower Cheese with Mashed Potato and Cheesy Gnocchi 

Resources you should check out according to Bec

One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. – Virginia Woolf

Cook with Jaime – Jaime Oliver

Food Blogs – Cookie and Kate, Food 52, Love and Lemons

Where to find Bec

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