Brunch at Sacred Chow (Again)

This morning I met up with 2 of my fellow New York bloggers – Marina and Missy. We get together for brunch every once in a while and we like to go to yummy vegetarian/vegan places. Today we headed down to Sacred Chow (I’ve been there with Bobby and my brother – sacred chow salad number 1, sacred chow salad number 2!).

30 sacred chow tofu scramble Brunch at Sacred Chow (Again)

Instead of salad I opted for a brunch special – I got the tofu scramble with fruit (instead of home fries) and salad with lemon-miso dressing (I think) ($13.75). Poor Marina ordered a glass of orange juice that came out to be $8 – ridiculous! The scramble was delicious though. I almost finished it (and of course finished the fruit and salad) and brought a few bites home for Bobby (he just ate it with toast). We actually all got the scramble. Last time we got together we all ordered the same thing too.

31 sacred chow tofu scramble Brunch at Sacred Chow (Again)

On my way home from brunch I picked up a decaf coffee at Whole Foods – no matter how much coffee I try, Whole Foods’ coffee is always my favorite. I like it with soy milk (just a splash) and Z-Sweet (a natural zero-calorie sweetener).

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The coffee was hot, and it is *hot* again today (90s), so I poured it over ice when I got home and enjoyed a cooling fresh iced coffee.

Exercise of the day: the first part of Crunch: Burn & Firm Pilates (the cardio segment; ~35 minutes). The instructor is Ellen Barrett (again! yes she is my favorite!). This workout is a short warmup (<5 minutes), cardio (~30 minutes), and mat work (~10 minutes; I didn’t do this part). The cardio is with weights but I didn’t use weights (I don’t have them) and it was still a sweaty workout. This is yet another free Netflix exercise video. I also walked about 20 blocks or so (1 mile) to get to brunch from Union Square. Yesterday’s EotD was Ellen Barrett’s Self: Slim & Sleek, Fast! (again).

What do you do for exercise on the weekends? Do you stick to the same things you do during the week or do you play it by ear? I tend to do more walking on the weekends so I don’t always do a video/podcast.

8 Comments on Brunch at Sacred Chow (Again)

  1. Rosey Rebecca
    11 July, 2010 at 5:47 pm (4 years ago)

    $8 for orange juice is insane! I hope it was good! That yoga class deal is awesome–wish I lived in the area!

  2. Marina
    11 July, 2010 at 6:46 pm (4 years ago)

    Yes poor Marina did! LOL It was fresh squeezed if that makes any difference!! But I had fun meeting up again today. I always love Sacred Chow… their food is amazing and I guess you get what you pay for! :)

  3. sophia
    11 July, 2010 at 9:08 pm (4 years ago)

    OMG…$8 for orange juice?! That’s a total rip-off! What was the orange juice made of…liquid gold?! Dang!

  4. MarathonVal
    11 July, 2010 at 10:36 pm (4 years ago)

    I’m curious about the tofu scramble you had… I like it when I make it, but I’ve never had it done well at a restaurant.

    Hope you had a great weekend! :)

  5. Lisa @ I'm an Okie
    11 July, 2010 at 11:19 pm (4 years ago)

    is that the whole foods on houston or another location? my brother lives close to the one on houston.

    Love the tofu scramble…it’s different and fun!

  6. clare
    11 July, 2010 at 11:26 pm (4 years ago)

    hey mags, um $8 oj? hope it was fresh squeezed!

    weekend exercise i typically try to do hot yoga somewhere and my regular cardio at the ymca. when i feel stronger with my back (and controlling my exercise level) i might start to bike again.

  7. Missy Maintains
    12 July, 2010 at 2:18 pm (4 years ago)

    Nice seeing you again! Sacred Chow was delicious! We will have to meet up again soon after your wedding!

  8. Katherine
    13 July, 2010 at 6:36 am (4 years ago)

    You got the better deal with your delicious tofu scramble. You could buy a gallon and a pint of OJ for $8. I love Whole Foods coffee, too. It warms the soul like other coffees don’t…