Last night, I watched a documentary on obesity called My Big Fat Body starring Frank Payne, a writer/comedian/actor. The documentary was eye-opening and touching showing Frank’s side of this sickness. The film ended leaving myself curious of how Frank was today, nine years later. After digging online for a bit, the conclusion of how Frank was doing was not good. He passed away in 2012, three years after completing this film, of seemingly a heart attack. Eat Healthy, Be Healthy.
Here is a link via YouTube:
My Big Fat Body
A Beefsteak Tomato was sliced and seared on both sides. Mashed Cauliflower was made with Cauliflower, Almond Milk, Garlic, Dill, Onions, Sea Salt, Dill and Cayenne. A bun was sliced and smeared with Earth Balance to be seared as well. Alfalfa Sprouts, Mashed Cauliflower, Red Onion and the Tomato stuffed the bun ever deliciously. The Beefsteakwich was served with Thrice Baked Potatoes.
Fork it. Fork it all. Finger foods are constantly my go-to, first-choice, comfort food. Sometimes, changing things up can be chaotically forking comforting.
The one thing I would’ve done differently, is baking the Tortillas ahead of time to avoid soggy Tortillas.
And nothing cheers up soggy Tortillas than Vegan Enchilada Flats.
Blackened Corn was the beginning. After that, Boca crumbles, Tofu crumbles, Garlic, Peppers, Onion, Ghost Pepper Sauce, Sea Salt, Pepper, Chipotle Powder and Paprika. Cilantro was stirred in very last.
The Enchilada Sauce was as simple as Tomato Sauce, diced Tomatoes, Sugar, Sea Salt, Pepper, Cayenne, Oregano, Garlic & Onion Powder, Parsley and diced Jalapeños.
These awesome ingredients were layered Sauce, precut Tortilla, Daiya and repeat.
Garnishment was with beautiful Scallions.
Slight Oil, Garlic, Onion, Jalapeño, (real) Mustard, Tofu, Sugar, Sea Salt, Pepper, Liquid Smoke and Paprika were pan-fried for a good while before adding diced Tomatoes (canned in Juice) & Ⓥ Boca crumbles.
Ingredients were extremely easy to prepare and assemble, but allowing time to cook down is obviously time consuming.
Paired with Mashed Cauliflower, Pickles and Onions, Sloppy Jo sandwiches were ever comforting.
The Sloppy Jo Pi started with greasing a pan with Earth Balance ‘butter’. Dough was placed in the pan and layered with Waffle, Sloppy Jo awesomeness, Pickles & Onions, Mashed Cauliflower and Daiya before covering with excess Dough.
Sesame Seeds topped the Dough and this beast was baked with a lower temperature.