So far in this challenge I haven't been 100%, like today I made cupcakes for my friend's birthday and I licked some icing. I licked a lot of icing. Oh well. Like Sksamboots said, the next time I will chooce McDougall food! Nice thing is, however, eating off-diet for me doesn't get me stuck in a VAD fenzy and eating lots of fats, the other way around, the more unhealthy I eat, the more I wish for rice and beans!It is true though, keep yourself full on McDougall food and you won't have cravings for junk food
I think it would be nice, if I started sharing my recipe, so you know that it is not boring at least ha ha ha!
Breakfast: FF hashbrowns w/ ketchup
Snack: Mary's organic crackers
Lunch: Rice and beans
Dinner: Rice and beans
Dessert: Blood orange sorbet
Drinks: Water and 1 tea w/ honey
I'm going to start posting drinks again, as I have started to cut WAY back on the sugary teas I have, I am quite proud of myself, and I haven't had coffee in about 2 weeks! I need to get back into my exercise routine though, I was being too strict, "because I didn't get up and do yoga I didn't go to the gym" it feels funny to go to the gym without doing yoga before. I love strength training though, I think I will start doing that more.
Tonight's rice and beans:
Throw in a big pot:
1 1/4c. brown rice, 3/4 cup dried lentils, 2 cloves garlic chopped, 1 jalapeno, seeded and chopped, about 3 cups of kale chopped (of course!), 2 cups of nappa cabbage, chopped, 2 carrots shopped, 1 1/2c. cilantro, steams and all, chopped, 1 can of salt-free diced tomatoes plus 1 canful of water (maybe a little more). Heat and cook for about 40 minutes. Add 2 cups of chopped cauliflour and 1 chopped zucchini. Cook until cauliflour is "al dente" (I know that this is a term for pasta, I feel it applies here), and lime juice to taste.
Have a great day everyone!