i do not like green eggs & meat


People wanted to see some points on my own Antisepticeye character!

* he’s already dead guys
* Got his scars in a fistfight with Dark
* Has screws in his fingers from torturing Jack
* Looks kinda like he’s falling apart
* Wears the gauges
* Has subtle fangs
* He just hates everyone tbh
* Always looks kinda gross, like bruised and clammy
* Eyes vary between pitch black and glowing green.
* Although they reflect red if you shine a light at him
* Sometimes refers to himself as “we”
* Probably eats exclusively raw eggs and uncooked meat

He’s scary. He’s charismatic, he knows how to make people do things. He’ll manipulate people into doing whatever he wants them to.

When he talks, you can hear Jack’s voice echoing. They don’t quite speak in unison. Similar in rhythm, yes. Like two sides of the same story, simultaneously.

“His body was weak”
“When I was dictating what we speak”
“You all said my name”
“He thought it was a shame”
“Kept me”
“Awake at night”
“I am here now”
“I am here still”
“It’s all your fault”
“It’s not your fault”
“Too long”
“You listen to me now”
“He lies, you all know”
“You all made this happen”
“You couldn’t have seen through his tricks”
“You could have stopped me”
“You couldn’t have stopped him”
“But you just watched”
“Guilting you to watch”
“As this happened.”
“Now he’s gone forever”
“Is this the end? Never.”

“Say goodbye”

When Anti laughs, you can hear Jack screaming.

anonymous asked:

How is your diet mostly like?

mostly pure fresh water from the mountains, green smoothies, nourishing salads, fruit all the time… in the evening i always have a cooked wholesome meal like quinoa, sweet potato, carrots & pumpkin… or a warm homemade soup. the options are endlessly really :) sometimes i do indulge a lil bit… but learning how to balance it altogether. the only bread i eat is sourdough… but i don’t eat much of that. i don’t eat meat at all for 8 years now, very little dairy (almost none…), i take one cod liver oil capsule everyday & that’s the only fish i “eat”, i only eat eggs from chickens of friends, never from the supermarket but i don’t eat many eggs either… i buy all of my fruit & veggies from a local farmer’s market at the moment :) lots of avocados, bananas, apples, lettuce, cucumber, beet, carrot, celery, onions, sweet potatoes, millet… whatever my body calls for. i drink spirulina & a powder mix of chlorella, lucuma, milk thistle and other superfoods in the morning in my smoothie… with chia seeds, hemp seeds, flax seeds, oats, cinnamon… frozen berries too. my lunch salad is usually lettuce, tomato, beet, cucumber, beet, carrot, tofu or beans or chickpeas, sunflower seeds, hemp seeds, lemon juice, nutritional yeast, himalayan salt, olive oil, avocado… and i also drink herbal tea a lot, not so much in the summer but it’s how i heal my self :) through food, teas, fresh air, pure water, letting go of stress… so yes hehe this is a very all over the place answer as what i eat is very fluid and always different in some way. infinite love to you :) x

I ate way too much meat and carbs (especially processed meat) and foods unhealthier than I like to eat generally while I was away, so I’m taking this week to focus on increasing fruit and vegetable intake (no meat - seafood is okay) catching up on sleep, and doing yoga to help with how sore I’ve been. 

I bought a lot of greens, like spinach, arugula, etc., and I have artichoke hearts, chickpeas, olives, tomatoes, and avocado for salads. I just boiled some eggs I can use in salads, and I’m roasting some bell peppers and chicken breasts tonight. I cooked some sliced mushroom in fresh ginger as well. 

I always take about a week to recover after I go on any trip. I have this very strict routine of diet, exercise, and sleep to keep myself feeling my best mentally and emotionally. Which is good, because I am able to successfully self-manage mental health issues, but really bad, because obviously I can’t adhere to my routine all the time. 

Living life, experiencing life to the fullest, sometimes means I have to leave the comfort, stability, and familiarity of my apartment, my city, and my usual life. So I have to do it, because I do make good memories while I’m away on trips. I just struggle with the extra work it takes after I get back, to get back to my usual equilibrium. 

ALEXIS REN DIET 😜😋💥✨💖☀️🌞🌸🌻🐶💝 (Part One)

ALEXIS DIET GUIDE 😜😋💥✨💖☀️🌞🌸🌻🐶💝 (Part One)

Eating healthy is 70% of having an awesome body. This isn’t a “diet”. Do not think of eating healthy as a diet or a burden, it will not work out for you if you think that. Remember to have a positive attitude towards this, you really have to want it! Patience is key aswell!

Alexis Diet Rules
No fast food (obviously 🌞)
No red meat (steaks etc)
No bread (if you don’t think you can quit bread, check out this bread called Ezekiel bread it should be in the frozen aisle of your supermarket! It’s nutritious!, also I want to add my personally opinion, I do not suggest cutting bread off completely, I just don’t eat it as much as I used to)
No sugary foods (candy, soda- try sweeteners like Splenda, stevia etc)

Healthy Snack Ideas/ what Alexis eats
~Apples + almond butter or organic peanut butter ( apples and peanut butter is my new obsession)
~ cut strawberries sprinkled with sweetener (splenda etc)
- carrots and hummus (hummus tastes good with almost everything)
-smoothies (green smoothies/fruit smoothies)

Healthy Meal Ideas
-baked potato/ baked sweet potato
-grilled/baked/roasted chicken (or meat of choice)
- no bread veggie/meat burgers (use portobello mushrooms for the buns just grill em up and then use!)
-soups (so customizable to your choice try potato, tomato, chicken noodle)
-salads (I used to hate salads, but now that I know what veggies I like together all I really have to do is mix EM up, my fave part is choosing a yummy salad dressing, as alexis suggests)
-cauliflower pizza (YouTube it)
-pancakes (blend 2 bananas and a egg or 1 banana and 2 eggs, once blend use that as pancake batter)

Cheat Meals (super requested)
Cheats meals are allowed! Try to stay away from cheat days though (ITs ok once in a while so don’t worry too much)
A tip I want to give is that, try to change up your usual cheat meals! Try to make them a tiny TINYY bit healthier than what you usually eat them like. Trust me it’ll make a difference.
-pizza (try to make it a bit healthier than you usually would)
-egg fried rice (love this, doesn’t feel like I’m eating too unhealthy because I like to add tons of veggies!)

This is my favourite part of the guide. I really struggled with my sweet Tooth problems because I love sweet foods omg. It took a while finding yummy sweet foods that are quite healthy tbh!
-avocado pudding (don’t be scared by the name, it actually tastes good)
- healthy ice cream (a simple recipe is: freezing banana slices, than put it in a blender once frozen solid add a spoon of peanut butter and blend till creamy, eat right away or freeze again! Many other recipes online you should try and if you want me to try a recipe let me know!)
-dark chocolate covered strawberries
-organic peanut butter cookies
-quest bar cookies

DONT BE SCARED TO ASK ME IF YOU WANT MORE HELP!! I think I’m around the same age as a lot of my followers. (Im Turning 16 in June) Id love to help and I know a lot of you guys want better bodies and want to eat healthier. I wanna help because I know what every single one of you are going through. I used to be obese for a good amount of my life and im better now and still yearning for more success in loving my body.
Xoxo zam💓 aka @alexisrensarmy


So I got a request to explain my process of meal prepping. For those of you who don’t know, this is typically done once a week where you prepare your meals for the following week. 

I’m at school from 11:30am-7:30pm three times a week so I definitely need to have meals & snacks prepared so that I don’t go out and waste my money on junk or pre-packaged meals. It most definitely helps and keeps me motivated and organized. For me, meal prepping occurs Sunday afternoons and is actually a fun time (I jam out to concerts I save of my favorite artists) :p

Every week is different because I don’t like to eat the same thing day in and day out, but I’ll give you an example of how a typical meal prep sesh goes:


Anything that can be portioned and separated into baggies, will be portioned and separated into baggies. This includes any fruits, veggies, nuts, cereal, oats, any packaged snacks, etc. I use a food scale to make my portions for anything that doesn’t have a serving size. For example, if I’m portioning string beans, I’ll put 5 oz. in each baggie (about 50 calories). For other dry items, I either use measuring cups, weigh it or just separate into whatever the serving size is.

This helps soooo much. I can’t stress it enough. I love the baggie system because when I’m in a hurry to leave (which I usually am), I can just grab and go. Plus I know how many calories are in each bag so it’s easy to create a meal. Every week I take the ENTIRE bag/box of green beans, watermelon, cereal, quinoa, etc. and portion the entire thing even if I don’t use it all that week. That way I don’t have to do it over and over again.


Meat is a bit of a different story. I buy meat whenever it’s on sale (typically chicken breast or turkey breast) and freeze it until I decide I want to eat it. When I do, I thaw it out for Sundays meal prep session. Typically I need about 6 MEALS already made for school each week, so I weigh 6 x 4 oz. portions of meat (4 oz. is a typical serving) and cook each of these separately, either in a pan, grilled or baked. After each serving is cooked I place it in its own separate tupperware container. Then I cut up the rest of the meat and cook it all at once and place the entire chunk of leftovers in its own tupperware container (I have 7 tupperware containers for meat). This way I can just grab it and microwave it real quick.

Whole Grain:

With each meal I include some kind of whole grain, complex carbohydrate. This could be quinoa, oats, rice, beans, or anything similar. I cook up 6 servings all together and then do my best to separate them into each tupperware container that already contains the meat.


For my meals, I love to make a stir fry of veggies to go along with my meat and whole grain. Typically, I cut up green, red, orange, & yellow peppers, mushrooms, onions, etc. and cook them in some olive oil in a pan. Then I separate them into the 6 tupperware containers.


Some other things I like to prepare ahead of time:

-Kale Chips (baking kale)

-Hard-boiled eggs


-Sweet Potato Chips (baked sweet potatoes)



Remember, this should be fun, not something you dread! Try it out & see if you enjoy it, if you do then great, if you don’t then maybe it’s not for you. I love it because I love to cook and I love jamming out! It’s my “me” time of the week. Do whatever makes you happy and successful in your journey!


anonymous asked:

I love his feet, I love his thigh, I love his meat, I don't know why. I do not like green eggs and ham, I DO love Harry's juicy gams


Grocery Shopping List 101:

I get asked a lot “hey what do you eat? whats your grocery list like?” Well the problem there is i’m 17, but I do go grocery shopping with my mom. So here is my list of foods that are an must have when I go to the store!


  • Apples
  • Bananas
  • Strawberries
  • Cantaloupe
  • Grapes
  • Oranges
  • Peaches
  • Plums
  • Watermelon
  • Kiwi
  • Blueberries
  • Raspberries


  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Lil sweets (Small peppers )
  • Green/Yellow/Red Peppers
  • Tomatoes
  • Green beans
  • Asparagus
  • Onions
  • Spinach
  • Cucumber
  • Avocado
  • Lettuce


  • Whole Wheat Bread
  • Brown Rice
  • Oats
  • Whole-grain Tortillas
  • Whole-grain Pasta
  • Fiber bars


  • Chicken Breast
  • Pork Tenderloin
  • Lean Beef
  • Tofu
  • Beans
  • Egg Whites
  • Almonds (I like flavored)
  • Pistachios


  • Plain Greek Yogurt (For recipies)
  • Flavored Low fat/Greek Yogurt
  • Skim Cheese
  • String Cheese
  • Almond Milk
  • 2% Milk
  • Frozen Yogurt/Low Fat Ice Cream


  • One-a-day vitamins
  • Whey Protein
  •  Go-Go Squeeze/Apple Sauce
  • Trail Mix
  • Pretzels
  • Fruit Snacks
Egg Soup

This is a really, super simple recipe that I often fall back on when I don’t have the spoons, but I still want something warm and filling.

What you need are:



Salt, pepper, some other seasoning you might like

Stock (vegetable or chicken works really well, but if you don’t have any you can do without)

How to make:

Boil water in a pot, add stock and/or seasoning to it. In a cup whisk the eggs together and pour it into the soup, mixing as you go. It should take only a couple of minutes until it’s all ready. If you keep whisking it constantly it’ll make a nice thin broth, but I like to just mix it every now and again, and let the egg scramble together.

If you have the spoons I highly recommend adding any of the following:

Onions, green onions, rice (cooked or uncooked), any kind of vegetables, garlic, some kind of meat (chicken or beef works really well, preferably already cooked).

Note: if you do use uncooked rice or meat, put it all in and let it cook before adding the egg.

How I Lose Weight

Because I get asked so often.

I start the day off with a 600ml smoothie, made up of ½ kale, ¼ water, ¼ fruit. I drink this from 7am-1pm(ish).

For lunch I eat a bowl of oats made with water and honey. Or eggs scrambled with lots of veg. Or nothing at all.

For dinner I eat a lean meat, like turkey or salmon, with green veg and brown rice or quinoa.

If I want a snack, I eat spinach with boiled egg, or fruit, or greek yoghurt. I swear by bananas.

I try to keep my calorie intake no higher than 900.

I always drink around 2 litres of water a day. 

This will get me losing 2-3lb a week.

I am on my feet for 10hrs per day due to my job, which is highly active. That is all the exercise I do. If I feel like it, I will do yoga, squats, planking or go for a 1 mile run.

Need a quick, delicious, healthy meal? Look no further! I absolutely love making stir fry. It’s speedy, custom to what I feel like eating at the moment, and makes great leftovers! haha! Today I threw in yellow squash, asparagus, and green beans, but swap them out for whatever veggies you like! You can also add proteins like tofu, egg/ egg whites, or meat.

The BEST ADVICE I can give you on stir fry is to have everything ready before hand and get your pan really hot. I have a good nonstick pan that I use and sprinkle water when necessary to keep it from burning but I really do let the bottom brown a bit to give it that caramelized flavor.

For more quick & easy healthy dinner ideas go here and for more gluten free recipes go here!

ifiknewwhoiwasidtellyou  asked:

I've been a Vegetarian for almost a year now(2/11 makes it a year) & after having a conversation with someone, I was wondering are their any specific foods or food groups that I should be eating often? I'm trying to avoid taking supplements, the idea of taking pills kind of weirds me out. I LOVE your blog, by the way.

Should help a little! This is a vegan blog so I’m not going to suggest you eat dairy and eggs, because I know it’s not healthy and like meat-eating it goes against what I stand for personally but there’s the vegan food pyramid, can add/take out whatever you wanna.

I eat lots of sauteed dark greens, veggies, beans (I eat lots of burritos), almond milk, rice, potatoes, pumpkin and sunflower seeds, quinoa, avocado and other fruit, hummus and pasta. I also eat junk food too vegan mac n cheese, pizza, vegan ice cream and hot pockets but those things aren’t needed.

I totally understand the pills thing because I’m the same way. I do take a B12 supplement. If you wanna read about the kinds here’s a post. I take these. It’s not only vegans who need to worry about b12, it’s everyone really. B12 is included in some foods but it’s not really as reliable. I don’t think supplements for anything else are needed at all. You can find it all through food and eating correctly. I’m happy you like the blog. :3

Easy Veggie Fried Rice

This is a recipe I like to make if I need a filling hot meal but I don’t have a lot of time or energy, or I want to use up some staples or leftovers.

If you use frozen veggies only, you can make a vegan dish that also doesn’t require any chopping or cracking eggs and has minimal dish-dirtying, so this can be a good low-spoon day meal, or a good meal if you have arthritis or other trouble with your hands or wrists.

If you can’t or don’t want to eat eggs and you need a protein, you can substitute cubed tofu, leftover or pre-cooked chicken, tuna from a can or packet, etc.

For the proportions I make, I find this makes one big meal for me, or one smaller meal with leftovers, which you can reheat in the microwave or on the stove/hotplate.


  • Rice (I usually use a little more than a cup of leftover rice)
  • Veggies of your choice (I like to use frozen peas and carrots)
  • 1-2 tablespoons oil, butter, or vegan butter (I like to use a mix of olive and sesame oil)
  • Salt
  • 2 eggs, or any other pre-cooked or fast-cooking protein
  • 2-3 green onions (optional)
  • Soy sauce (optional)
  • Hot sauce (optional)


  • Stovetop or hotplate
  • Frying pan and spatula
  • Bowl and a whisk or fork if you want to whisk your eggs before you add them (optional)
  • Cutting board and knife if you have veggies or protein to chop (optional)
  • Whatever you cook your rice in, if you’re not using leftovers (optional)


  1. If you’re making fresh rice, cook it according to its directions and set it aside.
  2. If you’re using a canned fish, drain it. If you’ve got tofu, meat, or veggies to chop or slice, do that next. I like to use chopped green onions to give my sweeter frozen veggies a kick.
  3. Put the frying pan on medium heat and add your oil or butter.
  4. When your oil is hot, add your veggies and a pinch of salt. Stir them a bit with your spatula so they get coated in oil and warmed through.
  5. When your veggies are soft, dump in your rice and mix it into the veggies.
  6. If you’re using soy sauce, add a couple splashes to your pan and stir it into your veggies and rice. Otherwise, you might want to add a bit more salt to taste.
  7. When your rice is warmed, whisk your eggs and add them, or just crack your eggs into the rice and veggie mixture and mix them in. If you’re using another protein, mix that in to get it warmed up and browned.
  8. After your eggs are cooked and everything is hot, serve your fried rice, with or without hot sauce. I like to eat it out of a big bowl with Sriracha.

anonymous asked:

So I've been pescetarian for almost 3 years now (I occasionally have sushi, but on a normal day theres no fish) and I would like to become vegan. I'm a college student and university commons doesn't have much vegan food to offer. So I was wondering if you knew of cheap vegan foods I can make in a microwave or just some general tips on how to transition into veganism. Thanks so much and I love this blog!!

Hello, you could go ahead and read an article like this, maybe it will help you? A really good site for cheap, easy and lazy vegan meals is The Vegan Stoner. PETA has this cook book designed for college students (I don’t own it though so not sure how good it is, also this is not an endorsement of PETA.)

My only tip about transitioning to veganism is to do your research, look through vrg.org which has lots of information about nutrition and stuff. Eat lots of variety in your diet and make sure that you don’t just subtract things from your diet (ie. meat, dairy, eggs) but that you also add other things like nuts, beans, tofu, greens, plant milks etc. 

Just remembered this because I was going through my own pantry:

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Pesto! Very easy way to jazz up a boring meal, and it stores pretty well too (which homemade pesto does not).

  • Put it on toast when you’re in a hurry
  • When making grilled cheese just add a tiny bit between slices and mush around.
  • Use it as pasta sauce OR stir a bit into cheap tomato sauce (like I’m talking the cheap canned tomato stuff) to make it taste less like cheap tomato sauce
  • Put it in an omelet
  • Add it to chicken or other meats or veggies
  • Mix it with veggies and put it in an omelette. Your eggs will look sort of green but trust me it’s pretty good.

There are probably other things you can do with it (there was a period in college where my mom just sent a bunch of it to me so I experimented a lot), but that’s what I’ve got.

One-Size-Fits-All Chili

Hello, friends! I know there’s already a recipe for vegan chili here, but I wanted to drop by and post my low-spoon chili formula! The beautiful thing about chili is that you can pretty much use anything and it’ll come out great. I like having things to make the base on hand and then using it plus whatever else if I don’t have a lot of energy (or if my boyfriend is coming over - I’ve been making a vegetarian version for him and I’m not sure if he’s even noticed… but I have seen him try to lick the bowl when he thinks I’m not looking).


  • A pot or a crock pot (seriously, either works)
  • Something to stir with
  • Something to cut things with
  • If you’re using a crock pot you can buy these liners that fit inside so that you don’t have to worry about cleaning your crock pot

The Base:

  • Cans of beans
  • Cans of diced tomatoes
  • and the secret ingredient - your favorite packet of taco seasoning!

The Extras:

  • Ground meat
  • Meat substitute
  • Carrots
  • Cacao nibs
  • Anchovy paste
  • Sweet peppers
  • Seriously anything, you could probably even put egg in there later on and it would be tasty

How to:

  1. If you’re using some sort of raw meat, brown it before you do anything else. Food poisoning is bad!
  2. Mix beans, tomatoes, taco seasoning, and whatever extras you want in your crock pot or stove-top pot. You can use whatever kinds of beans - I like using a mix of kidney beans and whatever else I have on hand. You can use whatever kind of diced tomatoes, too - I tend to like the ones that come with green chiles in them, it just adds a little more flavor. I like the crunch of carrots in my chili, plus I have IBS so any extra fiber helps! I also like putting a little squeeze of anchovy paste in, too, weird as it sounds - the brininess helps bring out all the other flavors and it makes your chili taste just a little richer. I’ve heard cacao nibs are fantastic in chili, but I haven’t used it yet. But seriously, whatever you think might taste good in a chili can go in the pot.
  3. Turn on your crock pot or put your pan over medium-high heat.
  4. Cook your chili until it is as thick as you like. I tend to like a drier chili, but my boyfriend doesn’t. It’s really up to you.
  5. Once your chili is at maximum density satisfaction, spoon out a good helping and top it with whatever you want - cheese, plain Greek yogurt, more chili, anything.

When I make chili, I usually use a can of light kidney beans, a can of dark kidney beans, a can of pinto beans, a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles, a couple carrots, a smidgen of anchovy paste, a little squirt of ketchup, spicy taco seasoning, some sliced sweet peppers, and a little garlic. Sometimes I add soy chorizo because that stuff is fantastic. But knowing how to make a basic chili is a great skill because then eventually you can just improvise with whatever leftovers you have!

This can be made to fit most dietary restrictions, which is why I love it so much. You can make this gluten free as long as you check to make sure your beans are certified GF!

Also, check local grocery stores (if it’s an option for you) for when they have specials on cans. You might be able to find beans for 60 cents a can or something and stock up.

This makes a LOT of chili if you use as many cans of things as I do - but there’s nothing more satisfying than making chili mac with your leftovers!