View Full Version : Share your daily eating routine
08-22-2005, 07:13 AM
I'd love to see what others are eating everyday. WIll you take a moment and share. Just a typical day.
Thank you for sharing.
08-22-2005, 07:39 AM
It seems that if you go to the journals you would get more info. I am not being a smarty just thinking that is a very good place to read about many peoples eating habits ;)
08-22-2005, 09:30 AM
Breakfast: raw oatmeal or just red bush [rooibos] tea with coconut oil and a bit of honey. Occassionally I'll have a fruit salad.
Lunch: big salad with baby greens and a bunch of veggies
Dinner: veggies, usually a recipe like: raw spaghetti, fajitas, stir fry, or sushi
Typically I also have two snacks whenever I feel like it: fruit smoothie, fudge or cookies are my favorites. I haven't been making almond-sesame milk lately but it's another favorite when it's colder I like to make raw chai.
As you can see I don't eat a lot of fruit. I don't eat a lot of crackers, usually I make them when I have left overs, just adding some flax seeds to pureed veggies. My dehydrator is used mostly for dinner, I like to eat my favorites [except for sushi] warm to the touch.
08-22-2005, 09:39 AM
Usually, for me, it's a variety of fruit (bananas, mangoes, cantaloupe, apples, peaches, oranges, strawberries, watermelon, etc) all day long followed by a HUGE salad in the evening that has a few raw, unsalted nuts in it...and then for dessert, cucumber slices dipped in smashed avocado and onions. I'm a simplistic person and try to make living foods as simple as possible for me.
08-22-2005, 09:56 AM
I just returned from 8 days road travel. I took with me two coolers and daily ate green smoothies with banana, apple, and a leafy green like chard, kale or pasely. Then later a guac with veggies and some flax chips. I also made some of Alissa's petso stuffing just before I left and used it with raw mushrooms one day and in a veggie wrap the next day or two. I ran out of the fresh veggies and dehydrated stuff near the end of my trip and moved on to one day of watermelon. I felt the trip went well and I did enjoy the food that was available to me as I crossed 4 states and one country.
I have done a lot of travelling this summer and I have been surprised at how easy it has been to stay raw and enjoy too.
At home I can make extra goodies like nori rolls, nut burgers, spags and the occasional lasagna. I llike to play in the kitchen so I eat all kinds of different
things daily. Today I am trying a banana raspberry pie, and pate for the first time.
I have been raw about 4 months so I am still eating lots and lots although some days I keep it very simple with a salad, fruits and avocado.
08-22-2005, 11:15 AM
Healing1~ excellent job on your trip, that is fantastic.
Great ideas in there also, thank you.
I usually have a smoothie in the morning, with strawberries, banana and kale ( was lettuce before), sometimes i add pineapple and mango.
Once in awhile I have a piece of Alissas blueberry pie or a banana with almond butter, but mainly smoothies.
Throughout the day I snack on fruit, or raw cookies, halvah or a raw dessert or banana flax crackers or olives or salad.
Early evening I usually have a big salad with veggies in it , sometimes essene bread on the side, and sometimes a recipe, like pasta with marinara, raw quiche, veggie nuggets, stir-unfry etc. Salad is more often than not though.
08-22-2005, 02:21 PM
Jimmy Bear, I am a fruitarian, so I eat only raw whole fruits. I do not have so called "meals". I just consume fruit for life energy.
I do struggle though, broke down a few days ago and ate some chips and salsa. I didn't need it and I shouldn't have had it in my house. It was food for guest and I should have had them take with them when they left.
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