Feb. 16 - Day 16
High Raw Day 4 for me...
Eats: Need more Greens, won't go shopping again till March though. Gotta Grin & Bare it.
BREAKFAST: 2 Frozen Bananas + 1/2 Avocado + 3 Cups of Spinach + 20 Cherries + 2 Cups of Ice + 3 Cups of Romaine Lettuce + 1 1/2 Cups of Water +1 Kiwi
LUNCH: 2 Carrots + 1/2 Kiwi + 2 Roma Tomatos + 3 Cups of Romaine Lettuce + 3 Cups of Spinach + 1 Cup of Broccoli + 1/4 Banana + 1 Cup of Water + 1 Cup of Ice
SUPPER: 6 Cups of Spinach + 3 Cups of Romaine Lettuce + 2 Apples + 1/2 Cup of Water + 1 Cup of Ice
Last edited by Raw.N.It.Out; 02-16-2010 at 01:45 PM.
Holy crud that's a lot of food! Sounds delicious, I hate that I can barely afford enough for my breakfast
I got a lot of this stuff on sale too. & in bulk. To me, it doesn't seem like much food though, but as I've seen what other's do, they fast a lot, easier on the $$.. Water Water Water!! ;) I guess I'll soon know how $$ it will be when I get to more prepared foods.
Originally Posted by Amii
Make going to farmer's markets your new favourite hobby, really cuts the food bills down haha Walk or ride your bike to and from it and it saves even more!
Today I only spent 20$ at market and came home with 4 LARGE honeydews, 3 medium watermelons, 4 large romaine heads, 12 large tomatoes, a bag of about 8 cups cherry tomatoes, 20lbs perfect bananas, 10lbs slightly overripe bananas, and a few pounds of grapes. this will last me four-ish days, but by then I'll have 80lbs of nanners just about perfect to scarf down . Last two boxes have been solid green, they take soooo long when they're that dark *pout*
Food for today:
B: 9 nanners
L: 23 more nanners
#1 D: 1 honeydew melon and 1 watermelon.
#2 D: This is in an hour or so, 1 head romaine, 4-6 cups cherry toms, and 4 cucumbers. Maybe some celery as well....
No exercise other than to the market downtown and back, sore as ever from this past week. Lots of sleep and rest though!
My wife has seen my 20 lb loss and has joined in the raw.
She made oatmeal cookies, crackers and mango freaky bread.
B- orange, small apple; water
L - spinach, tomato, mushrooms with a little olive oil/vinegar; small apple
D - steamed brocolli with fat free cheese (not raw); grapes
S - raisins, 94% fat-free popcorn (2 bags whoa I know haha; not raw); water - lots
i really enjoy this lifestyle. i think next month i am going to aim for 100% raw.
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