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  1. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Yum…that looks so good. I’m definitely going to make that this weekend. 🙂

  2. Hannah

    I definitely like my scrambles full of veggies- This totally looks like my style! I’ll have to give it a shot next time I’m thinking of scrambling up some tofu.

  3. Angela

    Very colorful and appetizing

  4. Hannah

    I can’t wait to get home in a few months’ time and make this! I love cumin too, and have become theoretically obsessed with nutritional yeast (I don’t have access to it at the moment, you see).

    Mostly, though, I want to say such a huge, huge thank you for your Europe posts. I’m travelling myself at the moment and after two months in the US and two weeks in England, I’m about to head off to Europe. Unfortunately I’ve got a bit sick and have been feeling a bit unenthused and homesick… but your posts have given me so much to look forward to. Thank you, so much. (My first stop is Munich, and after that… well, time will tell! :P)

  5. Amber Shea

    Hannah (#2, heh)—That is so great! BRAVO to you for exploring the world, especially on your own. You DO have so much to look forward to; Europe is such a goldmine of food, culture, history, etc. I’m so glad you read my Europe posts, and even more glad that they’ve helped (or may soon help) you! Keep in touch, I’d love to hear where you are and what you’re doing/eating, if for no other reason than to vicariously re-live all the wonderful things there are to see and do over there. Best of luck!!

  6. Hannah

    Teehee, I’ve ALWAYS been one of several Hannahs, and I always seem to be the diminutive one! (“other hannah”, “little hannah”, “that one”) 😛

    I know I’ve said this already, but honestly your adventures just bolstered my excitement and happiness so much! I’d love to keep in touch – your blog is wonderful, and I’m always up for sharing vicarious living! 🙂

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