NYCDiana Posted May 17, 2014 Share Posted May 17, 2014 Since part of my goal in doing Whole 30 is to be free of food obsessions, I'll be logging in only once or twice a week. I want to strike a balance between being thorough and being obsessive. So, my log is a list of my weekly food items. Except for fruit and maybe a few extra salad items, this is it for the week. What's in my fridge: broccoli slaw with added cabbage (I add a few walnuts to this; this is my go-to breakfast veggie dish) Whole 30 Awesome Mayo (incredible recipe!) Beef Bottom Roast for Sunday Cookup (this will be my go-to dinner protein) 4 huge chicken thighs (cooking these today: each thigh is protein enough for a meal, so that's 4 meals) smoked salmon (no sugar) for Saturday breakfast to give myself a boost. (I just ate it and it was wonderful.) fennel head walnuts soaked & roasted for various uses â€“ this will last weeks Romaine lettuce (3 hearts) shredded carrots Eggs Bag of de-frosted frozen strawberries Jar of almond butter (got to control myself on this) Celery Bag of fresh spinach 'Shrooms (baby bellas) Pantry: cans of tuna & salmon for lunches when I don't want to cook Bag of sweet potatoes (not yams) for cookup either today or tomorrow slivered almonds roasted almonds ghee vinegars, etc. Coconut oil coconut milk (bought these previously & never used...) broths: chicken and beef What I need: More salad vegetables Squash Celeriac Kale, spinach, etc. ??? - any suggestions welcome Note that I don't have many fruits on this list. That is because as a sugar addict, I am going to go easy on the fruits for at least a week. I'll buy them on a day to day as-needed basis. I realize that this is heavy on the â€œmeat & chicken for proteinâ€. I have wild salmon in the freezer, and will concentrate on that in my 2nd week. For this week, I bought what was on special and I'm happy with my choices. A word about the mayo. I was skeptical but you guys made a believer of me. This is truly the BEST mayo I have ever tasted. The addition of the egg white makes the consistency fluffy and not heavy, oily and gloppy. It is the easiest I have ever made â€“ I am a veteran of many a failed mayo. such a relief not to have to separate the egg, and put the extra white in a container, use it for tomorrow's omelette...I always hated that. Bravo! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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