Sunday, July 28, 2019
That’s the word my husband invented to describe our lunch yesterday. As photographed above. I made Aldi’s Soy Burgers with spinach, veggie mayo, tomato slices; sweet potatoes, and red cabbage coleslaw with an Asian/poppyseed dressing. We had homemade iced tea, unsweetened, and we split a white nectarine and plum. We ate outside on our patio. I precook sweet or white potatoes in the microwave, then pan fry in my nonstick pan with a tbsp of Smart Balance. I tried giving up cooking oils, but was unsuccessful. Now I just limit it, using only a tsp or tbsp.
For breakfast this morning I made a combo of polenta and cream of buckwheat cereal with blueberries and a couple of pecans broken up on top. That was good, too.
Yesterday I had no snacks, but became so hungry prepping dinner that I ate unplanned cashews and walnuts. I will have to drink water and eat either an apple or raw veggies next time. Maybe herbal tea, like I do at work. I’ve come to realize that it’s not a matter of “maybe it won’t happen again”. It’s more realistic to plan for an alternative strategy for THE NEXT time.