Thursday, August 28, 2008

Veg Hawai'i: Part II of III: Tofufreak eats O'ahu

Sorry for so few pics on this island; I got lazy :P Plus, many times, my food was narrowed down to boring choices like the ubiquitous BOCA burger or (even a veggie sandwich that was just lettuce, ketchup, mustard, and onions on a bun!!!! gahhhh!) and things of that nature, so I just took whatever pics I could.

Check out this hilarious pic my brother got! It looks like their spirits are coming out, lol!



Gasp! The horrors!!


We spent a lot of time driving around, so lots of times, we had snacks on the car to satiate our hunger after the activity(ies) of the day. I used to love eating puffcorns or whatever those puffy popcorn-esque snacks are called, so I was pretty excited upon eating Veggie Booty. It is really quite delicious! It's made with spinach and kale too so that's a plus! ^_^ AND........I finally got to try Tofurky and Soy jerkies! Tofurky is DEFINITELY the better choice, as soy jerky has a weird aftertaste. I also bought some roasted edamame, 'cause that stuff is just SO GOOD. Yeah, if you haven't tried it before, I highly recommend you go and try that NOW!!!







This was a bamboo roll at some random Japanese place that we went to. It was pretty good, consisting of avocado, cucumbers, assorted roasted Japanese veggies, nori, and some other stuff wrapped up in the ever-so-chic soy wrappers that seem to be all the rage now.


You might be wondering, "Tofufreak, what IS that?!" Perhaps you remember my last post in which I spoke of the ramen-type noodles. This was a different flavor, made in the coffee pot on our last morning in O'ahu (clever, I know ^_^) This version has dried chinese mustard greens with dehydrated seitan that rehydrated once the water was added! hehe; it was very exciting!




Check out that fruit! I love Hawai'i for this reason. The pink glass in the back is ..... FRESH GUAVA JUICE! It is so amazingly good and difficult to describe. This was my breakfast everyday at the hotel we stayed at. Called "the healthy" breakfast, this plate of fruit+juice cost...... $17. Seriously. It actually would have been cheaper to go out and buy the fruit and juice, but oh well.
Sorry for the shortage of pics! Kaua'i has the Lotus Root pics which will make up for these!

7 comments:

shelby said...

I've yet to try veggie booty but spinach and kale are my favorites, so maybe I should hunt some down =)

Allison said...

Ok, so the fruit and guava juice look WONDERFUL, but somehow, I just could not bring myself to eat anything called Veggie Booty!! LOL!!

Liz² said...

I can't believe you paid $17 for that breakfast! I can believe they *charged* that much though (and I can believe it was delicious.. mmm papaya!). man, your trip looks sooo good so far! that last post had me drooling.

talieworld said...

Great snacks!

I haven't had guava juice in forever! $17 for fruit? Thats crazy! It looks really good though :).

Can't wait for part three!

Peggy the Veggie said...

Mmm, that all looks fantastic, especially the wonderful fresh fruit! It's a shame it was so expensive.

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

*Swoons at the beautiful Hawaiian fruit pictures*

Ooh, and I'm excited for the Kawaii pics, as it's one of my favorite places EVER! (But I've never been as a vegan.)

VeggieGirl said...

What a fun time you had in Hawaii!