Yesterday’s manly breakfast was so satisfying. Y’all, there is really something to this whole saturated fat thing. I had no cravings all morning which is so unlike me. CD has been trying to get me to eat more animal fats for years…CD, I’m typing it for everyone to see: You were right. After a 90 minute vinyasa yoga class, lunch was similar to breakfast with the addition of some Swiss chard and a chopped onion cooked with 1 slice bacon and 2 eggs. Yes, I ate 4 whole eggs yesterday. No shame. After lunch, I made chocolate avocado pudding (whole small avocado blended with water, cocoa powder, and stevia), and dinner was a stir-fry with ghee and Humnut/tahini sauce. I finally had my carbs around 8 PM. I know, a huge no-no for most people, but I like carbs before I go to bed. Mmmm, chocolate oat bran topped with whipped cream cheese. I am obsessed with Trader Joe’s full fat whipped cream cheese. Buy some now!
Floored by how satiated I felt all day yesterday, I woke up with eggs and bacon on the brain, but this morning, I added a feminine touch.
Looks like melted Velveeta, no? Well, it wasn’t. I made Katie’s Sweet and Savory Pumpkin Sauce with the addition of 1 spoonful of cream cheese (told you I was obsessed) So good Katie, and you were totally right about the dry mustard. It added such a nice savory kick. Speaking of Katie, did you guys know she is an amazing seamstress? Click here to check out her new Etsy Store, KatieJoSews . I want this skirt!!!!
As you read last week, I finally got to meet Mizfit, one of my blogging heroes.
Before I started reading food blogs, I only had 4 blogs in my Google Reader. Oh my, how that list has grown. Everyday, I read Mizfit, Mark’s Daily Apple, Evolutionary Fitness (which is now by subscription only. What the heck Art?), and The Great Fitness Experiment. I think I actually discovered food blogs when Miz linked to Kath one day. Anyway, HEAB would probably not even be in existence if it weren’t for Miz, and meeting her was so much fun. She is completely down to earth and totally hilarious, and together we tried sardines for the first time. Oh yes, we did, but you’ll have to click here to enjoy it live because I can’t for the life of me figure out how to embed a video using Ecto. Need to work on that.
So, two questions:
1) Who ate their fat for breakfast this morning and 2) Are you a fan of the sardine?