Yes, I am going to make one or two of her muffin recipes and try them out on my co-workers - I won't tell them about the no-grain aspect. I like that they aren't fake do-ups of CW food, but well, practical paleo recipes. The book is aptly named.
Guess what I did this morning? Swam! It was WONDERFUL! There were only three other lap swimmers, all very sleek and accomplished men who were there when I arrived and were still there when I left, and hadn't stopped once. No crowds and the place was spotless. It appears that in the interim while I was out the pool has been deep cleaned. I am, of course, horribly out of shape now but I didn't do too badly. I am so glad I went, now it is raining and my Plan B, a long hike, is not practical.
It is very cool and I am glad my kombucha is tucked away in a warm place.
Came home and whipped up some zucchini pancakes from Practical Paleo. The recipe is simple but she has thoughtfully worked out the proportions for me. Just coconut flour, eggs, zucchini, salt and pepper. Surprisingly delicious. Also would be an excellent side dish, believe it or not. Wish I had remembered to buy bacon! I ate half and put the rest away, probably to be consumed tonight with some sort of protein.
I am going to be lazy and make some tea and read and hang out with the felines and watch the rain.