Serving for ONE, Please!
I started the day with a fruit salad of sorts, sliced banana, chopped apple, Lydia's Grainless Cereal, all mixed together with some almond butter thinned with water.
Lunch was a Green Smoothie; orange, chard, kale, kiwi, frozen strawberries, and 1 T green powder. The organic kiwi from my CSA box had a flavor better than kiwis I've had before. Made for a really special smoothie.
I was feeling pretty good about my day, proud of my choices. Then I started to think about the two recipes I have had floating around for several days on a piece of scrap paper. Today was their day. I could have had something else, but no. I chose to drive to the store for a bottle of raw agave, they were out so I bought raw honey. I've been out of both and have been trying to hold out as long as possible. I got the honey, came home and made the macaroons. Very nice. Couldn't resist eating half.
Of course, I couldn't change my dinner plans. Oh no! Even though something was telling me the macaroons were my dinner, I had my mind set on making the other recipe, Cashew-Mushroom Sauce on zuchinni noodles, with a salad. I should have stopped halfway through. I listened to myself about that, then proceeded to ignore the warning and ate the second half of the sauce. I don't even want to think about how many nuts that adds up to. Have I learned my lesson? Perhaps. I feel like a pig. Oink, Oink.
Alright, tomorrow is a new day. I'm going to look into rawchic's daylight eating method. Perhaps I can find the same inspiration she found from Paul Nison's ideas on that. Heaven knows I need to do something.
If I ever do write a recipe book, all the recipes are going to be serving sizes for ONE! First I have to figure out how to make recipes for one.