Earlier this semester I was faced with a choice, take a standard class with straightforward expectations and pull my dog out of agility or do an independent study course. I looked at my pup, who is kind of like my kid. I decided he loved agility and that it was the one night a week I consistently spend doing something for him.
So now I’m in an independent study course that has me thinking PhD and my pup is still doing his once a week agility class. I had a classmate video us as we practiced last night (they are pretty short), and I hope you’ll agree that it was the right decision.
Of course sometimes he demonstrates that he’s no dummy. In the first cheat, he skips a jump but makes the second jump so he will get his treat. In the second, well lets say the mini course was jump, jump, tunnel, jump, get treats that are already on the table.
Now that you’ve seen me gush about my pup how about one of my favorite sandwiches. I don’t have a what I would feed a vegan post lined up for this week, but check out Sandra’s menu from last week if you want to do a guest post it’s on a first come first serve basis.
Anyways, I love this sandwich. It’s been my profile picture on the Sometimes I Veg facebook page for at least a week. I only get to make it when I have two very different types of hummus in the house. Complimentary flavors like roasted red pepper hummus and garlic chive hummus. But you could really mix it up and put a red pepper lentil hummus with a mint pea hummus.
I would recommend not using a bagel and thick cutting your vegetables like I did for the picture. I could barely fit the thing in my mouth. But in my opinion, this sandwich looks amazing.
Double Hummus Sandwich
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Keywords: raw sandwich vegan vegetarian tomato bread hummus
Ingredients (1 sandwich)
- 2 slices of whole wheat bread or 1 bagel sliced in half
- 2 tablespoons garlic chive hummus
- 2 tablespoons red pepper hummus
- Sliced tomato
- Sliced cucumber
Add one kind of hummus to each slice of bread
Add tomato to one slice of bread and cucumber to the other.
Layer cucumber bread, sprouts and tomato bread.
Who says that vegan sandwiches aren’t appetizing and delicious. I remember on rowing trips when the vegetarian sandwich option was cheese, a little bit of lettuce and some tomato. The same stuff the meat eaters had, but without any meat. Our sandwich provider clearly thought that vegetarian = bread and cheese eaters. There wasn’t even any kind of appetizing dressing on the sandwich. It was always an epic fail.