Breakfast this morning was a funny little green monster. I’m not entirely sure I liked it. I split it into two parts because I wasn’t very hungry when I woke up, and the second part had a really weird texture when I pulled it out. It contained kale, frozen grapes, wheat grass ice cubes, chia seeds, and a handful of dates and almonds. I think the lesson is almond milk > whole almonds and banana > dates.
My lunch was a wonderful salad, that I luckily packed into a container with a domed lid, because I definitely needed to extra room to fit everything in. It contained zucchini, carrot, yellow pepper, snow peas, avocado, and Marti cheese.
And later I snacked on a bunch if super ripe and delicious plums and blueberries.
Then dinner is what started out raw. I blended up a very tasty soup using king oyster mushrooms, a hunk of leek, kabocha, a Kallo no salt veggie stock cube, salt, and pepper. Garnished with some delightful Live Food Bar Nacho Chips. The soup tasted good, but then I quickly learned something. If you eat kabocha raw, it kinda feels like the back of your thoat is swelling up and gets really scratchy. So I quickly stopped, and poured the soup in a pan to cook for a bit. At this point I was paranoid, so I left it on the stove for longer than it probably needed and ended up with a very tasty kabocha mash due to the amount of water that had boiled off. But I happy ate it without feeling like I was going to suffocate 🙂 I also enjoyed a few more nachos (and lots of water to get rid of the icky throat feeling) while waiting for the soup to cook.