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Leeney's Whole30 #2


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Whole 30 #2 starts tomorrow. I've just done about 3 hours of meal prep for the week :)


Last whole30 I did was almost 2 years ago. I felt great doing it and worked out what my trouble foods were. Then I fell by the wayside with good eating, and for the past 3 months especially, have felt like crap :(


I know I cannot tolerate gluten or dairy. Coffee is my sugar-dragon trigger. I've loaded up on green tea and peppermint tea to get me through the next week as a warm drink.


I'd like to start some exercise, so am planning 4 walks a week and 1 weight session.


DAY ONE: 2 June 2014

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Day one

Breakfast: Quiche, garden salad, balsamic macadamia dressing

Lunch: Pumpkin soup with rocket

Snack: Apple

Dinner: 2 grilled chicken thighs with garden salad, avocado and balsamic macadamia dressing


4 cups approx Green Tea

1L Water

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Sure! Although i only eat it lots because I'm not a huge fan of cooking, so I make up a big batch and freeze portions.


Its basically, a grate onion, 2 or 3 grated zucchinis (depending on size), 1 grated carrot, diced capsicum, a small pumpkin (diced and roasted) and sometimes shredded kale, mix with about 8 or 9 eggs with some salt and pepper and bake in oven until its done or I remember I have something cooking.. whatever comes first.  :)


Heat to serve portions, and it tastes great with some balsamic vinegar drizzled on the top.


It's basically whatever veg I need to use up that I can cut into smallish pieces.


One of these generally lasts me a week, and using up veg I have means its different every week. 

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Awesome! So simple but brilliant! I might steal that idea from you, you know? :)

One could make a pumpkin one with egg whites only as a post-WO meal. Yum!

How long does it keep in the fridge when you make a large batch? Sorry if that's a stupid question but before starting my Whole30 I was a longterm vegan (since before I even learned to cook). So, I don't know much about cooking with animal products (always afraid of poisoning myself due to undercooked or spoilt eggs/meat... ^^° ).

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:) I'm probably not the best person to ask when it comes to food safety.. I've given myself food poisoning before over a dodgy self-cooked bit of chicken.  That said, mine keeps in the fridge for about 4-5 days and is still fine (read: I haven't got sick yet). :)

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