Balanced with a spicy ratatouille (with eggplant, various colored peppers, mushrooms, sweet potato, and random other yumminess).
But when it's really too hot to cook, peanut butter (and soy nut butter, on the right) sandwiches are great.
Slapped together for less messy eating, but still with lots of nut butter - just the way that I like them.
A fruity smoothie can be refreshing.
I tend to love green smoothies, but sometimes the pretty pale colors of just-fruit-and-milk smoothies is a nice change.
These hideodorous green chocolate protein pancakes tasted really, really good - much better than they look (served on vanilla yogurt and baked fruit - I think apples, maybe pear?).
For a NYC splurge, I love Organic Avenue wraps.
They're made with whole food ingredients:
Making them as good for you as they are delicious!
Why, oh why, is there no Organic Avenue cafe/shop in Boston?
These Maki Rolls from Juice Generation are really delicious, too. Juice Generation has fewer raw food offerings than Organic Avenue (or maybe just fewer in the store) but the pricing is similar and they're just as delicious - and it's all different entrees than Organic Avenue offers, so they complement one another well.