I'm just copying my food logs from my E2X blog. Readers (the 1 or 2 of you), do you want food logs? I have other ideas for posts but haven't had time to compose them. I'll get to it.
B: baked oatmeal and fruit. love this.
L: sugar snap peas at the co-op. then stopped at the bakery to get bread and brownies for housemate and a friend coming over. I ate my baked sweet potato while friend ate brownie and coffee. We had a nice time on the deck on a beautiful day. One thing I'm trying to learn is not feeling like I have to have a treat when others do. I don't need a "treat" like nuts and dried fruit (or worse, much worse) just because they are having one. I happened to be hungry so ate my sweet potato, and actually that did feel like a treat because it's so sweet (I go for the oriental yams, with the yellow flesh and purple skins, love them! I eat them like a burrito).
spread out dinner: I went on a 12 mile walk (training for a marathon, maybe a little too ambitious), ate a baked potato at the 6 mile mark while sitting on a bench overlooking the lake and city--I love potatoes as energy food on a hike or bike ride. then I ate some sugar snap peas at the co-op, about 8.5 miles. then when I got home, another baked potato, small kohlrabi, a bunch of asparagus, and a small bowl of frozen peas and corn. yes, you heard that right. Housemate was eating ice cream. I didn't plan it that way but thought afterwards that my peas and corn are kind of like ice cream, frozen and sweet. I like this sugar free life because normal foods start tasting very sweet on their own. now if I can just continue with this attitude for the long term...