B: 2 eggs, red and yellow peppers sautéed with EVOO
L: Shrimp sizzler at Edo Japan, no sauce, just oil and 'green butter' whatever that is, veggies, brought the rice home for DS
S: Home made taco salad with mixed greens, sliced peppers, ground beef seasoned, refried black beans
Snack: Sliced granny smith apple with natural peanut butter with a touch of honey (apparently I'm not sweet enough but I added the honey)
Night time sweet cravings have been nagging me, my cycle is coming so I guess this is how it announces itself lately. At least there is not as much cramping as before and the salt cravings have gone down because I'm now cooking with sea salt more often than I was pre-primal.
Tomorrow will be another lovely day spent at the lake with friends. I know there will be at least one cooler waiting for me but I think I will take along a couple Rock Creek Ciders, I really like them, they are not too sweet and they don't knock me on my ass. I also notice my belly doesn't swell up like it does with the gluten-free beer, must be less carbonated.
I have some chicken and salad to bring along as well, that should feed everyone. Oh yeah and my new favourite treat pork rinds! Love me some pork rinds, salty and crunchy and much better than popcorn or potato chips.
Hubby comes home on Wednesday, always look forward to that. Hopefully he has done as well as I have this shift. He was keeping pace with me for weight loss but I might have pulled ahead of him. That would be because I have more control over what I eat here and I have been doing it a bit longer than he has.
Anyway, must get off to bed. I need a little time to decompress before lights out and I think reading "The Life of Pi" for a bit just might do the trick.
Green seasoning is listed as: "Ingredients may vary by market/location. Margarine (Palm Oil and Soybean Oil, Water, Salt, Whey (Milk), Mono and Diglycerides, Soybean lecithin (Soy), Sodium Benzoate added as a preservative. Colored with Beta Carotene. Artificial Butter Flavor. Vitamin A Palmitate added), Garlic, Parsley." so gluten-free if not very primal. I won't be eating there any time soon.