2 days in one! I was so tired when I got home last night, writing was just not in the cards. Let’s see how good my food recall is!!
For breakfast yesterday I had 1/2 a sweet potato and some onion cooked in lard. I threw some asparagus in when the potatoes were just about done and I put three eggs over easy on top. So good!
I had a lot of running around to do since the birthday party my daughter was supposed to attend on Sunday got rescheduled to Monday. We still had to buy a gift, so we took care of that and ran a few more errands. The party was at 12:50 and the kids ate pizza, ice cream, and cupcakes right away. I was starting to get hungry, but I was a good girl and declined a cup cake :). Once those 6&7 year old were good and sugared up they went roller skating 😱. That was something to see!! After the party I ran my daughter over to day care and I headed to work. It was 3 by the time I got there so I ate lunch while I checked my emails and such. I had leftover cauli rice with a can of sardines and a whole avocado mixed all in. I sprinkled some coconut aminos on there and it was an interesting lunch to say the least. Very filling! Held me over until I got home and had steak and asparagus. Washed it down with some peppermint hot chocolate…I think I’m addicted!
Today I started off with the same breakfast as yesterday minus the asparagus. I had an all day meeting so I packed some toasted coconut chips to snack on. For lunch they served cold cuts, bread, potato salad, macaroni salad, and pickles. I skipped the bread, took some roast beef and pickles. I was super hungry by the time the meeting was over and I picked up the kids. We had zoodles and sauce with green peppers and sausage. My husbands favorite :).
After dinner I decided to test my sauerkraut. It’s been a week and the recipes I was going off of said 7-14 days. It tastes pretty good! I’m not gonna lie, it makes me a little nervous to eat something that’s been sitting on the counter in an open jar for a week, so I did a little reading about what goes on during the fermentation process. I always feel better about things when I fully understand the ins and outs of it. I still have more reading to do, but here are a couple sites I’ve browsed through this far.