For breakfast I've been eating fruit: a delicious locally grown apple, an orange usually, strawberries.
for lunch, I was visiting family this weekend and had baked potatoes and salad greens and apple sauce and a wee bit of their sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce (they were from a can and probably had high-fructose corn syrup and god knows what else in them). last week, lunch was soup (I think I had three bowls one day, that was too much and I got a stomach ache that night).
for dinner, collard green smoothies. still have collard greens and kale in the garden. I eat a delicious locally grown raw carrot too, partly because I want to have the satisfaction of chewing something
oh, I have a new favorite dessert (for a few days until I get tired of it): a banana and a handful of walnuts. I really like this. weird, eh? The relatives were eating ice cream and cake and I preferred mine. But the cake was a mix you add only water to topped with a can of frosting, and the ice cream was sugar-free. It didn't appeal to me. Food with chemicals in it has no attraction for me anymore.
tomorrow lunch will be a picnic lunch consisting of a nice chickpea-avocado dip I made (from Dr. Fuhrman's website, or p. 151 of Eat for Health) and fresh veggies. I was testing it out and I think I'll make it for my cooking class. breakfast and dinner will probably be the usual.
I have some beets and sweet potatoes I want to eat--have an idea I want to try with the sweet potato but don't know when I can squeeze it in. maybe tuesday lunch. then I have an overnight visitor and we'll go out to lunch on Wed. and I'll be cooking again for the class and then come home with more leftovers! I don't like throwing out food. I've gotten really good at not wasting food but I didn't account for all the cooking class leftovers when I did my grocery shopping.
okay, so that's the food log: fruit at breakfast, I still want to do the smoothies at dinner because I don't know, I like them, and they are nutritious, and then some veggies at lunch.