Monday, April 30, 2012

Day 29 - Jn

It was a food prep day. I have gotten in to a late night stay up cycle. Bad Jn. Sleep. Stay! Oh well. I woke up with not enough time to work out and I was later than I wanted to be...but with leftovers in hand from Sunday and an organized shopping list, me and the LT managed to get all the food prepping and eating done with time to sit down with TF and talk about life for half an hour before running off to Hebrews. He is one of the most encouraging people I know so that made the day that much better. I have breakfast for 11 days (some is frozen) and LO food from several meals. The finals crush starts tomorrow bright and early but most of my cooking for the next 2 weeks is DONE! We also took a pair of cake pieces to a pair of differently abled eaters from our family tonight when we went to Hebrews. I love sharing amazing and interesting food with people.

No workout- UNPLANNED :(
Breakfast- soft boiled eggs, ham, sauteed apples, 50/50 OJ and ginger tea
Lunch- Cake (Lt and I each had a piece and that held us until an early's no ordinary dessert.)
Snack- a few strawberries
Dinner- LO venison stew, spinach salad with strawberries and balsamic vinaigrette, some cake crumbs, 50/50 OJ
More food- too many pistachios and cashews and some 50/50 juice

Flowers make every breakfast better. And this is already a fantastic breakfast. 

Day 28 - Jn

It's my birthday and I will lick the spoon if I want to. It's also Sunday which means a meal with family. I made venison stew and a Whole 30 friendly (sort of since it is still dessert) cake. Yay! I got a text around 1:30 (we meet at 2:30) saying 5 extra people were coming. I made more food in a hurry. Then 3 people didn't come. Then 5 people left without eating dinner. And we were 5 with enough food for 15. Needless to say we have plenty of leftovers. It was a wonderful day.

No workout- Unplanned
Brunch- I had stuff to make scrambled eggs with veggies and ham. All I wanted was soft boiled eggs and ham. What I have been eating all week. I love it. Also some sauteed apples.
Lunch- I made bone broth over night with oxtails and I picked at the meat and veggies when I was packing it away.
Dinner- Venison Stew, Spinach and strawberry salad, (made garlic bread for the other humans), CHOCOLATE CAKE!!! (I had 2 pieces's my birthday!! Get over it).

Rough Recipe: Venison Stew

Kill a deer. Process it in your dining room. Freeze it and drive it across the country in a homemade freezer. That's the hard part.

In a large skillet heat up some coconut oil. Brown the deer chunks on all sides and toss in a slow cooker. Peel and chop parsnips, an onion and some carrots (or a sack of baby carrots) and add to the pot. Season with garlic, Italian seasoning, and a few bay leaves. Cook on low for 8 hours.

Real Recipe: Chocolate Cake!!!
Original ideas:

I made 2 patches of the cake and put them together in a bigger pan because I am feeding many people
  • 10 medjool dates, pitted
  • 1 cup of unsweetened applesauce
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil (heated so it is a liquid and easier to work with)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon fine celtic sea salt
  • 1/2 cup strong brewed coffee
  1. Place the medjool dates in a food processor with 1/2 the applesauce and pulse until completely pureed.
  2. Add applesauce and continue to pulse until pureed and combined with the dates.
  3. Add the fruit purée to the bowl of a stand mixer, add the eggs, vanilla, coconut oil and coffee and mix on low-medium speed until well combined.
  4. Combine the dry ingredients in a separate bowl.
  5. Slowly add the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and mix on low-speed, scraping down the sides, until you have a smooth batter.
  6. Grease a 8×8 glass pan with coconut oil, pour in the batter and smooth it with the back of a spatula.
  7. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes or until a toothpick stuck in the middle comes out clean.
Makes 9-12 servings

“Icing” Ingredients:

2 T raw cacao powder
2 T Almond butter 
3T Cashew butter
2 T coconut oil

Sunday, April 29, 2012

Day 27 - Jn

Woke up 2 minutes before class was supposed to start. Due to technical difficulties on the professors end I had time to whip together breakfast and wolf it down while he was intro-ing the class. Wrote an 18 page paper in an afternoon. This sounds amazing but only 4 pages was paper. Most of the rest of it was figures because I can do that.

No workout - unplanned
Breakfast- Lame microwaved poached eggs and microwaved ham...and strawberries
Lunch- LO Meatza, dried apple slices
Dinner- Pork chops, sauteed apples (that were supposed to be breakfast), mushrooms

Day 26 - Jn

Another hard to wake up for day. I went to bed later so that is allowed to make more sense. I got a fantastic amount of learning SQL done in an afternoon.

Workout- planned, begrudging to start but great once I got into it
Breakfast- ham, eggs, strawberries, blueberries, red rooibos tea, 50/50 OJ (I seriously love this breakfast)
Lunch- Last of the Greek venison roast
Dinner- Meatza!

Real Recipe: Meatza!
Original sources:
2 lbs of lean ground beef

2 Eggs
7 oz can of diced chili peppers
1 Tbs cumin
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp chili powder 
1/2 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp black pepper

Pre-heat oven to 450 degrees.

Mix all the above ingredients in a large bowl into all the spices are incorporated into the meat.  Spread the meat mixture evenly into a standard sized cookie sheet (with sides).

Bake 8 – 10 mins.  When done CAREFULLY remove from the oven and drain the liquid (I repeat carefully) from the pan.  Let the meat sit for about 5 minutes before you add the toppings.

1 yellow bell pepper, cut into strips
1 green bell pepper, cut into strips
1 yellow onion, 1/2 diced, 1/2 cut into strips
6 slices of bacon in small pieces

While the meat is baking, saute the bacon and set aside. Then cook up your fajita veggies in the bacon grease. Pull out a large skillet, add a bit of fat to it and add your sliced veggies in along with 1 teaspoon of taco seasonings. Mix around and cover to let some steam work it’s magic.

1 6oz can of tomato paste
½ pt of home canned hot salsa
Mix well and spread on top of the meat crust.

Once your meat is cooked through, top the cooked meat with sauce and your fajita vegetables

Cook for about 5-8 minutes or until the topping are cooked to perfection.

Day 25 - Jn

Welcome to day 25. I went to bed early last night. I really really did. But I could NOT get out of bed this morning. I turned my first alarm off instead of snooze which is fantastically hard to do when you are awake. And then I hit snooze on my backup alarm hour and a half. Seriously. And man was I dreaming weird stuff. Hopefully this is another successfully busy day.

No workout- planned
Breakfast- Ham, soft boiled eggs (that were perfect today), blueberries, strawberries, 50/50 OJ
Lunch- LO Roast and frozen veggies, macadamia nuts (which I could not stop eating)
Snack- lots of apricots. too may apricots. said with a long A
Dinner- LO Roast and frozen veggies, 50/50 veggie juice, red chai tea
More food: Red chai tea during class. And I whipped up some of the paleo cookie dough/pudding and only ate half

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Day 24 - Jn

I went to bed way earlier last night and it was harder to drag myself out of bed than it has been in a long time. I slept poorly. I don't know why. I dreamed all over the map too. And all day I have just felt worn down. But I did get a crapton of school stuff done.

Work out- begrudging and slow...but it happened
Breakfast- softboiled eggs, ham, strawberries, blueberries, 50/50 orange juice, green rooibos tea
Lunch- grilled chicken on a salad with tomatoes and cucumber, balsamic vinaigrette, an orange, red chai tea
Dinner- LO turkey fajitas over spinach, 50/50 veggie juice, red chai tea

Normally I only eat 3 eggs but one broke and wasn't really a full egg any more so I added another one. 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Day 23 - Jn

Woke up way too tired cause I stayed up way too late. You'd think I would know better by now. Hopefully that means I will be in bed earlier instead of later today.

No workout- planned
Breakfast- Ham, Eggs, Blueberries, Strawberries, 50/50 OJ and Chocolate mint tea
Lunch- LO fish, salad w/ balsamic vinaigrette, LO berry dessert, ginger tea
Dinner- Wegs frozen veggies (carrots, green beans and peppers), "Greek" spiced venison roast (which made the day amazing by default. More about that here:, lavender tea
More food- macadamia nuts and an applesauce during class, lavender tea

Rough Recipe: "Greek" spiced roast
Original idea here:
I have no idea what consititutes Greek anything but the original names it that so I did too. Sort of. I actually measured the spice quantities too which should tell you something. You need a decent sized roast and at 4qt (ish) slow cooker. Mix together spices. Rub all over the roast. Add ~1/2c orange juice and cook on low for 6-8 hours. Serve with juices dumped on top.

1/4 cup coconut sugar (I know. Not Whole30. Get over it) 
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 teaspoon ground coriander
1/2 teaspoon fennel seeds
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon anise seeds
1 teaspoon ground mustard
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon whole black peppercorns (leave intact)
4 whole cloves (leave intact)

Monday, April 23, 2012

Day 22 - Jn

It was a food prep day! It went well. We are getting better at getting stuff ready ahead of time. I even had time to work on a resume (not mine) and show up early to Hebrews. Woah.

Work out - planned
Breakfast- Oh TODAY was when I finished off the chicken sweet potato brussle sprout skillet. My bad.
Snack- Half a cashew cookie lara bar
Lunch- Turkey Fajitas, salad, LO berry desert thing
Snack- honeydew and cantaloupe
Dinner- Salmon and a sweet potato

Rough Recipe: Turkey Fajitas
Slice 2 turkey tenderloins in pieces, Slice 2 red and 2 green (small) peppers in to strips. Slice one onion in to strips (?). Cook the turkey pieces in olive oil until they are mostly done. Add the pepper and onion. Add garlic and cumin and cayenne pepper and coriander and smoked paprika and oregano. Saute until peppers are tender. Eat over salad.

Rough Recipe: Salmon
Cover baking sheet with tin foil. Spread olive oil on sheet to prevent sticking. Put fish on the sheet and drizzle with olive oil. Spritz with lemon juice. Massage with cheater garlic from a jar. Sprinkle with Italian seasoning. Bake for 20 minutes at 350.

Day 21 - Jn

Did not write up anything. Whoops. That was my first day to complete bail on writing something down.

Breakfast- I swear I ate LO Chicken, sweet potato brussle sprout stuff but this picture says it was taken that morning and I ate the last of the sweet potato sausage skillet. : / I'm confused.
Lunch- Foreman chicken with rainbow chard
Dinner- Foreman chicken on a salad (while everyone else ate lasagna and bread and I kept my opinions to myself and was quite content), 50/50 apple juice 2x, and this berry dessert thing that I cannot pronounce that I thought was lovely and I don't know if anyone else enjoyed it. I did.

Berry Dessert Recipe from here:

Day 20 - Jn

Have spent most of the day in planning mode. Finals is pretty much here. I have a big project due at the end of the week, my exams start getting published at the beginning of next week and everything has to be turned in by the 12th. So long as I can keep my schedule I will survive this mess. And I will save things more regularly than I did last time. And I will not save over a paper moments before I go to turn it in. That was a mistake.

Mini Workout- Planned
Breakfast- Sweet potato, sausage, poached eggs
Lunch- LO Stew, LO Rainbow Chard
Dinner- LO Chicken apple sweet potato skillet, 50/50 veggie juice

I nursed a cup of red velvet tea all day. And then I went out and bought mint chocolate tea and finished the day off with that (I bought other groceries too).

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Day 19 - Jn

Woke up much earlier than usual and worked out. My friend who is currently in Ethiopia was online and Dad called and both of those derailed my schedule but not nearly as bad as last time on either count. I also hennaed my hair. Now I smell like spice cake. Or whole 30 friendly spice muffins :)

I was supposed to make dinner at some friends' house tonight but plans fell through. So I made dinner at my house and made a metric crapton of food. Which is ok because did I mention I am freezing leftovers for finals week so I don't have to cook? Look at me go.

Workout- planned, some feet dragging but not much
Breakfast- Sausage, sweet potato, poached eggs, green rooibos tea
Red chai tea
Lunch- Stew, last of the kale chips, 3 strawberries, Lemon ginger tea
Snack- a few grapes, an apple, some macadamia nuts
Dinner- Chicken apple sweet potato skillet, 50/50 vegetable juice, red tea with lavender
More food- Cashews, dried apples

Friday, April 20, 2012

Day 18 - Jn

It was a very angry day. That is another way of saying I was working on homework. I got 1 out of 2 homeworks that were due tonight done. Hurray :( I cooked dinner and ate it in under 20 minutes and was on time for class. Proud and sad about that all around.

No workout: planned
Breakfast: Sweet potatoes and sausage with poached eggs, 50/50 OJ, Red chai tea
Lunch: Stew, kale chips red chai tea
Dinner: Pork chops, rainbow chard, red chai tea.
And more red chai tea.

Yes I had 4 bags of it.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Day 17 - Jn

I am still not accomplishing much. This does not bode well for finals. I was up until 2am doing "important" (= I should have just gone to bed) I didn't set an alarm. I didn't wake up too late but dad and I talked for over an hour and that slowed down progress. By the time I was worked out and showered I had my breakfast for lunch. At least it is super tasty.

Workout: Planned. Not begrudging but it hurt more than Monday and it was harder to do as much :(
Breakfast/Lunch: Sweet potato sausage goodness with 2 poached eggs, 50/50 OJ, red velvet cake tea
Dinner: Stew, green rooibos tea
More food: An apple, 2 handfuls of cashews

The red velvet tea is a really pretty color. 

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Day 16 - Jn

Got stew in the cooker and set up a veggie broth in the other cooker because my bag of veggie scraps was full. And broth from the store is stupid expensive. Seriously. And I must have been wicked distractable in the morning because I forgot to put onion and garlic in the stew. It was a little...bland. It took me a little to figure out what was wrong with it. I added garlic powder and onion powder and that helped.

And I am so looking forward to a chunk of time without evening lectures. Seriously.

No workout-planned
Breakfast: sweet potato sausage with poached eggs (Not a casserole!), 50/50 OJ, Green Rooibos tea
Lunch: LO fish, broccoli cauliflower carrot salad, hard boiled egg, Red Velvet Cake Tea!
Dinner: Stew, 50/50 vegetable juice (yeah I pretty much water ALL juice down), Rooibos Lavender Tea
During class snack: Fake cookie dough...only it was more like chocolate pudding to me

Rough Recipe: Sweet Potato hash with Sausage and eggs
original idea here:
Chop sweet potato into small cubes. Saute for about 10 minutes in coconut oil. Add chopped red and green pepper and chopped up sausage and saute for another about 10 minutes. Poach or fry eggs for on top.

We used 3 massive sweet potatoes, 2 red and 2 green peppers and 2 12oz packs of fully cooked sausage and that made enough for breakfasts for both of us for a week for sure. We are cooking eggs each day so they are fresh. If you were using uncooked sausage you would want to cook it before you add the sweet potatoes and go from there.

Rough Recipe: "Free" Veggie broth
Original idea here:
When you are chopping up veggies for whatever purpose you can save most of the peels and ends and scraps and bits. Think carrot and parsnip ends, carrot and beet peels, onion skins and ends, celery leafies and butts, garlic skins. You want to avoid potato skins and mushrooms and you will obviously want to scrub things well before you start chopping/peeling. Get a gallon sized zipper bag and fill it up while you cut and prep. When you are done stick it in the freezer and pull it out next time. Repeat until it is full. Then dump the contents into a 6qt slow cooker and fill it with water. Maybe add some Italian seasoning and a couple of bay leaves. Cook on low for 9 hours. Strain in to a containers to freeze or use in a few days.

Rough Recipe: Fake cookie dough
Original idea here:
2 scoops almond butter, 1 spoonful raw cacao, 1 spoonful coconut oil, a sprinkle of chopped hazelnuts a pinch of cinnamon and a couple of drops of vanilla. Stir. Eat. Feel spoiled.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Day 15 - Jn

It's another food prep day. LT stayed over so we got started earlier. We found coconut aminos and coconut vinegar and the coconut milk that's been out for 3 weeks at the other store and gluten free Matzo at the Wegman's by my house. Super score. We didn't make eggs this time but we did make breakfast and Kale chips and fish and plantain chips and we got stuff ready for a stew today. We need to get shopping lists ready ahead of time not the day of and we could probably move through the store a little faster if our list were better organized. This week helped but I got really easily distracted.

Work put-on planned
Breakfast: last of nasty eggs, grapes, 50/50 OJ
Snack: half an Orange
Lunch: The LT's left over chicken Apple sweet potato skillet, 50/50 grapefruit juice
Snack: Strawberries, Kale chips
Dinner: Fish and chips! tilapia with lemon and Italian seasoning, plantain chips, 50/50 grapefruit juice, broccoli

Rough Recipe: Kale Chips
Remove stems from 1lb bag of kale. Toss kale (in 2 batches) with olive oil, salt and pepper. Lay in single layer on baking sheets. Bake at 325 for 10-15 minutes or until crispy, stirring every 5 minutes.

Rough Recipe: Plantain Chips
Use green plantains for savory chips and yellow plantains for sweet chips. Peel plantains and cut in to quarter inch (ish) slices. Heat oil in a skillet and when hot add plantains. Turn once. You want the color to change ever so slightly but  before they start browning remove and place on paper towels to cool slightly. Use the bottom of a glass or mug to smash/flatten the plantains. If you make them too thin they will fall apart. As LT said "This is not a contest to see who can flatten them the most." Fry them again, flipping them once. Remove to paper towels to cool and soak up the oil. Add salt (and whatever...garlic would be nice) to the savory plantains and cinnamon to the sweet ones.

Monday, April 16, 2012

Day 14 - Jn

Two weeks in. And Sunday. The meal theme was salads which you would think meant we could eat everything. Nope. Almost everyone mixed dressing in with their salads ahead of time. :( and lots of pasta and bean salads. Oh well. We survived.

No workout- planned
Breakfast- Choked down eggs, some grapes, 50/50 OJ. Seriously this batch of eggs is nasty :( one more day
Lunch- chicken broccoli and carrots to go
Snack: fruit leather, macadamia nuts, cashews
Dinner- salad with walnuts, broccoli cauliflower salad, berry salad
More food: hard boiled egg, cashews, macadamia nuts

Rough Recipe: Broccoli, Cauliflower, Carrot Salad
From here:

Chop broccoli, cauliflower and carrots in to bite sized pieces. Par boil each separately. They should be tender but still have some bite. Mix together and cool. Toss with homemade balsamic vinaigrette. Mine was 1c olive oil, 1/3c vinegar, 1 sleigh fresh parsley chopped and 2 of tarragon with some mustard powder and garlic powder mixed in. Well shaken.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Day 13 - Jn

So I ate well over half a 1lb bag of kale. I made some for breakfast and made kale chips while I was eating breakfast and then tried one. Then ate half of them. And I snuck more later in the day. Mine aren't even good because the oven is wonky and burnt half but didn't get the other half crispy. I will try again. 

I also found some "healthy" or at least Whole 30 approved reasonably shelf stable snacks at Target today. I know, dried fruit. I know, like candy. I know, I could make it cheaper. But it is nice to have something that will fit in a purse or glove box for just in case. I already knew I loved the applesauce for road trips cause you can eat it while driving. They handed me a packet when I walked in the store so I bought a big box. Thanks for reminding me that I needed more! 

The day was topped off to a trip to the roller derby. Now I very much want to play. I need a job first and health insurance. But it is on my list of things to do before I die. Play roller derby. Very yes.

Mini workout- planned 
Late Breakfast: Fried eggs over Kale with a ridiculous amount of Kale chips
Snacks: Macadamia nuts, box o raisins, Blueberry fruit string thingers, more Kale chips. 
Early Dinner: Chicken on stirfried broccoli slaw
Late snack: Hard boiled egg and some chicken

Friday, April 13, 2012

Day 12 - Jn

Woke up! That's a good start. Worked out. Got busy. For realz. Unfortunately the homework that I am doing looks like repeatedly running up against a wall. Picture that old windows screen saver with the rat in the maze but you fling headlong in to each corner, turn and try again. It is hard to register that progress is being made.

Work out: planned
Breakfast- Eggs again, strawberries, 50/50 OJ and peppermint tea
Snack- Hard boiled egg
Lunch- LO pepper half, last of LO lamb and some overcooked veggies
Snack-cashews, applesauce, 50/50 OJ
Dinner- Chicken and stir fry.
More foods- Hard boiled Egg, Macadamia nuts

Day 11 - Jn

Stayed up way to late doing mindless, mindless things. Had to drag self out of bed. And I really DON'T want to do my homework. Merrrrrrrr....

And no tea has really appealed to me in days. I make it. I want to drink it I think but when I start drinking it I lose my desire. I guess I only want it if it has caffeine in it most of the time?

No Workout- Planned.
Breakfast- Eggs dos and the last of the charoset,
Snack-Hard Boiled Egg
Lunch- Chicken on a bed of cooked orange/ginger/curry broccoli slaw
Snack- (that bled in to dinner) Handful of Cashews and Mac Nuts
Dinner- LO Stuffed pepper, spinach salad with balsamic and olive oil dressing
More food- LO chicken, strawberries

Rough Recipe: Orange Ginger Curry Broccoli Slaw

I had some left over broccoli slaw veggies in the fridge that was thinking about going bad. It was most of a bag. I dumped it in a frying pan and poured OJ on top until the veggies were half submerged then added a heaping helping of ginger and a quarter as much hot curry powder and some cheater chopped garlic from a jar. I saute/boiled it until the liquid was reduced by about half and the veggies were tender.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Day 10 - Jn

Hoorah! Got up on time and out of bed on time and by breakfast I was running early. Can humans actually DO that?! Woah. I forgot I had to get fuel but I was at least on time to get my car worked on. And the guy thought I was nuts when I said I was gonna read for 3 hours. He kept suggesting I could connect to the internet. "Dude. This little waiting area here, this is my study hall. I NEED to read like a fiend." And so I did. I brought earplugs. It was the best time I have every spent waiting for car work. And the car runs great! V-Dub Love! And when I got home the world smelled like Mr. Chicken. SOOO much better than the weird smell that accompanies cooking lamb.

Worked out- Planned. Only like 25% begrudging, Went up on weight all around and felt it.
Breakfast: Eggs, more nuked charoset with another apple added. I actually rinsed this stuff in a colander this AM because it was so crazy cinnamony. Also Peppermint tea
Snacks: Cashews, Mac-nuts, Grapes, Carrots. (I breakfast comparatively early and lunch comparatively late- hence many snacks)
Lunch: Leftover lamb kibbles from making broth, the last of the root veggies (trying to clean the fridge out for realz), red chai tea that wasn't particularly flavorful.
Dinner: Mr. Chicken, carrots, broccoli, hot chocolate (unsweetened coconut milk, raw cacao)
Ugh- And I completely ate half a cup of dried apples and apricots mindlessly while talking to a roommate right before bed. :( That was D U M dumb.

And way more water than I normally drink.

M R Chickens
M R not
S A R C M E D B D I's

Rough Recipe: Mr. Chicken

Remove inards and extra neck from chicken. Remove skin and creepy extra fat from chicken. Sprinkle on Paprika, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder and Italian seasoning. Fill chicken cavity with 2 peeled oranges ripped in to rough halves because you are too lazy to peel a pair of onions. Start referring to chicken as Mr. Chicken. Cut some celery sticks and lay them across the bottom of a crockpot. Set Mr. Chicken in on top of celery breast side up. Fill rest of crockpot with half a sack of baby carrots. Set on high for half an hour or so to get things off to the races (optional) then on low for 5ish hours. The oranges will be nasty. Pitch them. The chicken will be amazing. Save every last morsel for eating in future dishes. I saved the carrots and pitched the celery because I think celery is gross. I saved the chicken juices to use in a stew next week. Nom!

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Day 9 - Jn

Not particularly productive today. Did lots of things that did not need to be done but I felt like doing. Not the same as doing what I needed to do. I eventually got around to need to dos when the other things ran out. And I did get the left over lamb shanks and veggie prep scraps simmering in the crock pot to make stock/broth. And I prepped Mr. Chicken for cooking tomorrow.

I want to eat and eat and eat and I would kill someone for a steaming mug of french pressed dark roast coffee. I hope you are happy KC. Grumble grumble...goes to "class"

No workout- planned
Breakfast- Eggs version 2 made yesterday, strawberries, 50/50 OJ
Snack- Handful of cashews and the rest of the pepitas
Lunch- Half a stuffed pepper and some root veggies. Red chai tea
Snack- An apple and some Mac nuts
Dinner- Porkchop smothered in roasted root veggies - trying to clean the fridge out
Peach tea during class