This is my regular meal at Mother's Market in Irvine, California. Starting from the left (in the photo) is the single shot of wheat grass. The wheat grass is very sweet because it is fresh and organic. Sometimes, wheatgrass can taste like lawn clippings and be bitter. Not here, it's very sweet and very little after taste. But, because of the tiny after taste, I shoot the wheatgrass first. Next, it's a 16 ounce glass of fresh orange juice. The oranges are organic and sweet.
Then, the plate is the Tofu Mushroom Melt. This is tofu, lightly grilled in sauce, with melted white cheddar cheese, sweet red onion, lettuce, tomato, and sauteed mushrooms. It is served on toasted sourdough bread. The side with the sandwich is extra to have the fresh fruit, but always worth it. This time, it was raspberries, strawberries, grapes, papaya, mango, pinapple, and blueberries. The glass of water is also pictured because the water is a special sort of "reverse ionized" (or somethig like that) variety that they also sell by the gallon in the store. But it's as good as any bottled water (even as good as Fiji, I'd say). The meal is expensive (about $13 excluding tip) but worth it for the amount of nutritional value, both in protien and in vitamins, and it's basically the meal of the day. As you can see, it's huge.