But our family has migrated back to the Standard American Diet over the past few months, so I needed to do a quick survey of the kitchen. Here are the results:
(Just 2 of our 9 person family wants to eat Nutritarian. But I know I'll be serving more salads because that's what I'll be making. Otherwise, this time, I'm not going to force them into it. I'd rather they just be happy and let me eat in peace.)
Tonight I made the Brocolli Mushroom Bisque from the Eat To Live Cookbook. I had to make a few substitutions, but on the whole it wasn't bad. I added a little white pepper to give it a bit more pop. And thus, my planned dinner: BBQ pork, cheddar cheese, tortilla...became brocolli, mushroom, carrot, onion, zero salt. MUCH better!
Since this is the start...again...let's talk about the State of the Lindsey. Not good right now. My hands are hurting regularly with "arthritis." My weight is the highest it has ever been outside of pregnancy. And I've had ZERO energy and lots of brain fog. On the plus side, I really haven't had illnesses lately.
Mackenzie's brain is very foggy...extreme difficulty concentrating. She's certainly not fat, but I think she'd love to slim down in the tummy. She's very very eager to eat healthy and is already avoiding foods at school - she really wants to eat a "no artificial flavor" diet, and that can't be done with school food. So, the challenge will be getting healthy food to school. She loves salads, so maybe we can find some Fuhrman-approved dressings that she likes.
Tomorrow we are going to brainstorm our meals using the food in the house, and also start re-reading Eat to Live - probably jumping around and not going straight through.