Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Going Loco For Aloka

Wow what a fabulous day!
This has been one great Wednesday, it may have been a little grey but it was shining for me : )

It all started with a really yummy breakfast. No added sugar chocolate oats with almonds and blueberries plus a little soy yogurt. Filling and super tasty perfect breakfast. I drove to Brighton after this to meet my client for an 8am session.

I got there early so popped into costa to get a decaff soy latte for the wait.
I trained my client who is shrinking before my eyes (super happy about that!) then went to Bikram for a sweaty class!

I met my friend Tara after class and we went for coffee no.2, I got a blended soy latte (literally soy milk, coffee and ice) we sat and had a good gossip and catch up. Tummy's started to rumble and we new exactly where to go for lunch............

aloka!!!!!!!!

Yes we fed our aloka addiction, I had a raw salad for lunch which was so fresh and delicious and we couldn't resist pudding.........

OMG!!!!!!!
I can't put into words how good this was the taste was sensational!

Raw chocolate macaroon which I only ate half of, the other half I took home and gave to my papa. He loved it!

Yes it was a 2 pudding kind of lunch! I also had a scoop of raw vanilla and maca ice cream, wow who ever needs dairy ice cream this my friends is what its all about!

So after an amazing lunch I headed back to Hastings, I popped into to see my papa when I got there.

Home for dinner and another socca was on my mind!
I added curry powder to the socca mix today then filled it with sundried tomato pate and olive tofu with some salad on the side. Perfect dinner if I do say so myself!

As you can see it has been a fabulous day of eats, my tongue and tummy are very happy.

I hope your day of eats has been just as good : )

Question:

Have you ever eaten raw ice cream?

I am so gonna get my ice cream maker out and give some raw ice cream a try after todays amazing scoop!

5 comments:

  1. Your making me jealous again! I've always wanted to try raw ice cream as it seems pretty simple to make. An ice cream maker is definitely on my list!

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  2. Aloka looks so good, I definitely need to pay it a visit next time I'm in Brighton. I love those Nero blended iced lattes, definitely my staple summer drink. x

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  3. That Aloka salad looks amazing, as does the dessert :) I would love to try raw ice cream at some point, but the only thing close is when I whizz up frozen banana and raspberries for a sort of sorbet.

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  4. Oh gosh that food looks amazing!!! I'm dying to go to Aloka.
    x

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