I haven't been posting in trying to figure this forum thingy out and reading on here as much as possible. For the weekdays i have a smoothie /shake that i make with unsweetened coconut milk, 1/2 banana, berries (i differ to give some variety), whey protein, and some ice cubes...sometimes having it come out thicker is a bit more satifying. That is usually my fruit for the day. I try not to have to much for it seems to slow the lbs a bit. It is all trial and error after the basic resetting of your body. Cmon now everyone is different. On the weekends I have eggs and some type of meat: bacon, sausage, polish etc and make it into a scamble with veggies (all types) and maybe a little cream cheese. So delicious. My dad recently tried some white yam potato pancakes except no actual potato. definatley yummy. If you like hash browns you could try taking spaghetti squash and cooking it crispy with some butter in a skillet. A tasty alternative and totally primal. My lunches are pretty simple usually left over dinner meat and veggies. Or a salad with lots of diferent veggies and a healthy oil based dressing homade of some sort. And also there is lettuce wraps (baby romaine or butter lettuce), I tend to stay away from iceberg for wraps since they are majority water based, with protein. I am slowly giving up best foods mayo and working on homemade. I have way cut down the amout at least so i use more mustard or even salsa. so many options with those. Now dinner is usually a meat and two to three veggies. some together or cooked separate. I really love steamed yams mashed up with a little grass fed butter and some honey or agave for sweetness. Yesterday night i tried an no-tortilla chicken soup recipe and it is pretty tasty made sme adjustments for the spice factor but not bad. I find myself being okay with branching out and trying new things instead of staying in this litle junk food rut. And saving money heck yes! Granted we don't do all grass fed, free range everything but anything is better than eating the way we used to and honestly cheaper. Well for me and my family anyways. We try to do organic when we can with broth (oh if any of you like costco they now have a 3 or 4 pack of organic free range chicken broth) and veggies etc.
That is all for now and what I can think of off the top of my head. Go Primal!!!!