Today I cooked salmon for the first time, and it was pretty good simply sprinkled with salt and panfried in butter. I drizzled a little coconut cream on top which was nice but very rich. If I do it again I would probably settle for lemon juice and parsley.
There's no way to keep ahead of zucchini production at this time of year. Just when you think you have baked the last marrow, there are three more ripe for the harvest. So I grated the largest one, squeezed out the juice, added salt and garlic and fried it up in butter to have something to serve my salmon with. It was ok, I suppose, for zucchini.
Loving the rain today, here at last after two whole months.
Also excited about another week of primal cooking ahead of me after stocking up on the groceries this morning.
There seems no way I am going to inspire my dh to eat this way, so I am turning my attention instead to giving him the healthiest possible non-primal options. I was disillusioned to realised that every loaf of bread I can purchase has canola oil in it. I don't want to go back to baking my own, because that only encourages them to eat even more. There are crumpets, and perhaps some wraps/tortillas or something with only olive oil. But they're expensive and you can't put them in the toaster, haha.
Cereal and yoghurt is his breakfast of choice, so I have bought a delicious looking wholesome yoghurt (Piako) and am now making muesli with all pure ingredients, it was quite a mission to find dried fruit without added vegetable oil but I eventually found raisins with no other ingredients listed (Pam's). Unfortunately I have just overtoasted the first batch of oats/coconut/almonds