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Veggie Sandwich: A Lesson in K.I.S.S.

I, like 99% of the population, have days where I just don’t want to put a ton of effort into what I’m about to eat. That’s when you have to know to K.I.S.S., keep it stupid simple of course! Sandwiches come in handy (literally ;) ) here, and can be just as healthy as any wrap. Don’t let that tortilla fool you, most of the time they have just as many carbs and calories as two average-sized slices of bread.

When I make my sandwiches, I like them to have a combination of textures; crispy, crunchy, smooth and moist. I always toast my bread, and make sure to have a signature condiment on them (before dousing them with hot sauce). This delicious sandwich was made up of fresh tomatoes, bell pepper, romaine lettuce, avocado (for some serious protein), and chipotle mustard.

Let me tell you about how much I love this mustard right now, it has a great acidic tang from the vinegar but some wonderful heat from the chipotle peppers while still being mild enough for most people to eat. It went perfectly with the sandwich fillings, in fact, I added even more to it while I was chompin’ my way through it. In conclusion, don’t be afraid to take it easy and let yourself enjoy the simple meals that your kitchen has to offer.

 

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