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  • Hmm....Lunch. Whaddya have?

    I had an incredible Bison burger with duck egg, aged cheese, home-made beet slaw, bacon katjup, pickled daikon and pickled squash. I declined the bun and home-made tortilla chips.

    Chef Shack food truck in Minneapolis - never had a bum meal yet.

  • #2
    I packed my own oven-baked beef heart steaks (seasoned with garlic and chili) with spinach, portabella mushrooms, green olives, homemade habanero salsa, and some coconut milk drizzled on top. mmmmmmmmmmm

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    • #3
      I had a generous portion of (canned) Wild Alaska Salmon alongside a heaping Organic Spring Mix Salad, with a medium diced tomato, sliced fresh yellow crookneck squash, with a sprinkling of feta cheese, and a couple of tablespoons of EVOO.

      To enhance the salmon, I sprinkled on some (non-Grokian) Louisiana Hot Sauce. Woohoo!! I'm a newbie, so forgive me if that's a no-no. But the way I see it, it's much better than the Burger King Whopper 200 yards up the road. LOL!

      I'm kinda liking this Primal thing ... I feel quite satisfied and full, even though lunch was over an hour ago.

      So, how did I do for a newbie? What would you change about it?
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      • #4
        I don't even want to know if Louisiana Hot Sauce is non-primal....nothing keeps me from throwing that stuff on everything haha. I like my food HOT.

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        • #5
          BAS.
          Water and meat of a young Thai coconut.

          Food is to be über clean as I'm beginning a 90-day challenge at my Barre3 exercise studio. "Before" pictures today! Paleo and hill sprints are my secret weapon.
          "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." -- Hippocrates

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          • #6
            BAS with cold roast beef and hardboiled egg. Now I'm snacking on bacon. Edited to add - and another hardboiled egg. I'm having a hungry day I guess.

            I'm out of food now until supper time though. Probably a good thing!
            Last edited by belinda; 09-01-2011, 11:29 AM.
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            • #7
              Just finished my own personal whole 30 challenge (bacon 30) and enjoying my first day off! Made a protein waffle for breakfast (4 eggs, 2 scoops zero carb protein powder, liquid stevia, baking powder), and I just threw down some cheddar bacon burger patties hubby sweetly bought me a week or two ago. Dinner is spaghetti squash & meatballs.
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              • #8
                A pile of spring mix with about half a chicken breast cut up on it, roma tomatoes, and yogurt blue cheese dressing (Bolthouse, no added sugars, only 1 carb, so not too bad I suppose). Several baby carrots. I had a snack of a sausage patty and two scrambled eggs not too long beforehand, though.

                Still kinda hungry...dinner is going to be salmon patties and broccoli with ghee. Num! Wish it was now...

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                • #9
                  A heaping pile of IF. Looking forward to a dinner of coconut curry salmon and cauli.

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                  • #10
                    Sashimi. Wish the rice had come in a separate cup so I could have chucked it and not looked at it.
                    It's staring me in the face right now.

                    @#$5 YOU, RICE!
                    I DON'T CARE IF YOU ARE DELICIOUS. I WANT A SIX PACK MORE THAN YOUR TEMPTATIONS.
                    YOU'RE A BIG PART OF THE REASON I'VE BEEN FAT FOR 10 YEARS. @#$% @#$% RICE.

                    that'll teach it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by not on the rug View Post
                      A heaping pile of IF. Looking forward to a dinner of coconut curry salmon and cauli.
                      IF is what I had for breakfast today. :-)
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                      • #12
                        I had some wind-dried cod liberally smeared with butter. Yum!

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                        • #13
                          4 strips bacon, 3 hardboiled eggs (actually brunch an hour ago).
                          Looked the company meeting buffet in the face and walked away with 2 pickled asparagus spears.
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                          • #14
                            I had leftovers of a skillet dish I made with ground yak, onion, tomatoes and peppers. Topped it with some feta. Yum.

                            The yak showed up at the co-op recently. It's local (I should say regional; it's raised 2 hours away). The meat is pretty lean but I find the taste unremarkable. Still made a good dinner. And lunch.

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                            • #15
                              Big ass spinach salad with some jagdwurst that probably had stuff I didn't want in it. 1/2 a TJ's 85% bar and some pineapple.
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