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  • What did you eat yesterday?

    I am sure I can't be the only one sometimes struggling with meal ideas in the beginning. So I was hoping some of you more experienced (and maybe not so experienced) folks would be kind enough to share an idea of your typical meals? (Yesterday, the day before, whenever. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks etc.)
    Photos (aka food porn) always welcome
    "Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there."

  • #2
    I had a cup of coffee with cream in the morning

    For lunch I had Copper River Salmon baked with garlic lemon butter and a salad with an olive oil, vinegar, and avocado dressing, and green beans with butter

    For dinner I had ground beef and cabbage (sauteed with spices) and cooked spinach with butter

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    • #3
      Gah, I can't remember that far back, LOL! I do know I had a salad for lunch yesterday. Mixed baby greens with tomatoes, red peppers and a dressing made of guacamole mixed with balsamic and olive oil. Sooooooooo good. With that I had some leftover pot roast. I think it was the Italian pot roast recipe from the Primal Cookbook.

      Tonight we're having lamb stew. Sort of. Not really stew I guess. I sliced one onion and two carrots and put them in the crock pot. Put 2 lbs of lamb over them. Added 3/4 cup water. Sprinkled with rosemary, thyme, salt and pepper. I haven't eaten it yet but it smells divine. We'll have red and green cabbage sauted in bacon fat on the side (because we had some the other night and I didn't get enough and have been wanting more).

      For snacks I've been making meatballs. I don't have an exact recipe (yet) but it's two pounds of meat, two zucchinis, two eggs, an onion and a lot of garlic and various spices (that's the part I haven't written down yet - oops). I used the food processor to do the veggies. I used half beef and half lamb today and they were SO good I kept eating the damn things (I'm supposed to refrigerate them for snacks, lol!).

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      • #4
        B- 3 eggs cooked in butter
        L- coconut/hemp/ kale smoothie
        Almond meal baked tortilla chips and avocado
        1/2 orange
        D- Will be roasted free- range with local veggies
        Jaime, wife to Phaedrus and primal mama to A (4) and X (1).

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        • #5
          Breakfast; smoked salmon with 2 boiled eggs

          Lunch; hamburger soup with primal crackers made out of almond flour (homemade of course)

          Dinner; Primal anchilada casserole

          Snacks; Handful of berries and almonds
          Start weight - 193lbs March 21st
          Current weight - 181lbs June 1st
          Goal weight - 145lbs

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          • #6
            I only eat two meals per day

            Breakfast ("late" breakfast, around noon)= 10 ounce of white sweet potato (mixed with butter), two fried eggs, 10 ounce of local grass-fed lamb blade chop, with two baked bacon strips.

            Lunch ("dinner" for others...)= Slow oven baked beef shorts ribs with steamed vegetables (carrot, broccoli, cauliflower) and apio (celeriac root), topped with butter/coconut oil.

            Snack: 2 cups of fresh organic strawberries.
            Last edited by Zed; 05-28-2011, 03:54 PM.

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            • #7
              I don't know what I had yesterday, but here's what I had today:

              Bkfst: 4 slices bacon, Rivvin's bread (almond meal, flax meal, one egg) and an over-easy egg on top
              Lunch (grabbed quick before running errands): a couple of pieces of deli turkey, hardboiled egg, handful of almonds
              Supper: BAS (mixed greens, shredded cabbage, avocado, yellow pepper) olive oil vinaigrette and half a can of sockeye salmon
              Dessert: 3/4 cup berries, 1/2 cup coconut milk, 1 square dark chocolate
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              Jan. 1, 2011: 186.6 lbs PBSW Mar. 1, 2011: 175.8 lbs
              CW: 146.8 lbs
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              • #8
                6am- cup of fennel & nettle tea
                9am- 2 omelet muffins (egg, spinach, onion, bit of bacon, baked in muffin tin)
                2pm-handful of almonds, handful of berries, some coconut chips sprinled over top
                5pm- a few almond crackers (almond meal, egg, olive oil, rosemary)
                8pm- 2 chicken breasts baked in olive oil with seasoning, a cup of mashed swede, and a glass of iced green-jasmine tea
                9pm- mug of licorice root tea

                with mint green tea and water throughout the day.

                (approx. 1550 cals, 103g fat, 99g protein, 65g carbs) <-- look who used fitday yesterday haha

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                • #9
                  Chopped chicken liver, made traditional Jewish recipe, on flax crackers; grilled gf all beef weiners; fiddlehead ferns and bacon. Primal peach ice cream.

                  It's warm-hot weather now, so I make and drink a couple 2gt.pitchers of a variety tea daily.
                  Last edited by Digby; 05-29-2011, 04:31 AM.
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                  Any given day you are surrounded by 10,000 idiots.
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                  • #10
                    so far i've drank a lot of tea and had 2 omelet muffins... work days = boring, regimented food days

                    i cant wait for some days off to make some of the fantastic-sounding things people have posted lately.

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                    • #11
                      Crustless quiche (baked in a frying pan anyway)? 8 eggs, 1 pound ground beef, peppers, onions, kale, garlic & curry spices. Some of that still in the fridge. Fresh strawberries in coconut milk w/ macadamias for a snack. Had my coffee w/ a good amount of coconut butter.
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                      • #12
                        I eat pretty much the same for a few weeks and then switch

                        Latest:

                        Coffee with cream

                        Fried coleslaw with onion (just fry an onion in coconut oil and add few big handfuls of pre-shredded slaw mix) - surprisingly tasty. I make a big pan of it and stick it in tupperwares for the week. Top with 3 HB eggs and some butter.

                        Big salad topped with braised red cabbage and roasted pork/chicken with a dijon vinaigrette.

                        Dinner varies the most - lately we have been grilling a lot of chicken and burgers.

                        Dessert is either sliced almonds heated up in a pan with some cinnamon, a few squares of 85% Lindt or homemade coconut butter.

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                        • #13
                          Doncha just love good Jewish Chicken Liver Pate? I make a pint sized container of them every other week, and eat it with a spoon over several days.
                          Not much else beats it for yummy!! One of the few things DH doesn't like.....good, more for me!! And thank goodness for the food processor, makes short work of it all!!
                          I also love fried chicken liver, floured before Primal, but I stopped making them, there is nothing in the world that I cooked that spit and popped hot oil at me like they do. Even with a splatter shield or lid.

                          Yesterdays food: hot coffee with cream for breakie
                          no lunch, too busy getting ready for guests
                          low & slow BBQ'd pork ribs, Caprese tomato & basil salad, and about 3 bites of tuna Macaroni salad( which carbs left me hungry for the rest of the evening....I resisted all temptations....the biggest, more of that salad, should have sent it home with guests!!)

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                          • #14
                            B = 1/2 cup fresh blueberries & 1 ounce raw almonds

                            L = 4 slices thick bacon

                            D = chicken breast cooked on the grill, salad w/ bleu cheese

                            Snacks: fresh raw snow peas, pumpkin seeds, 86% dark chocolate

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                            • #15
                              3 over medium eggs
                              4 slices of bacon
                              1/2 a batch of 'Broccoli with Almond Sauce' from the PB quick meals cookbook.

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