AllisonBates Posted January 4, 2017 Share Posted January 4, 2017 I've been a pescatarian for about 25 years (I'm 37). I stopped eating meat because I just don't like it – it grosses me out. I really want to do the Whole30 "by the book" which of course means eliminating my go-to veggie burgers, tempeh, yogurt, etc. I love salmon and shrimp but not for every meal, and I'm certainly not going to heat that up in the office microwave! I also love hard-boiled eggs, but again, not at every meal. I am committed to trying to eat meat and would actually love it if the Whole30 helps me get over my dislike of it. I'm only on Day 4, so obviously I'm not quite scarfing down the steaks yet. I did eat chicken for dinner last night and lunch today. It was a little difficult, but I did it. I find that I'm hungry for snacks (probably not enough protein at meals) and keep resorting to fruit and nuts (or plain veggies) to satisfy me, and I know we're not supposed to do that. But I'm just not at the point yet where I'm comfortable with these new protein sources, so I don't know what to add to snacks or how to get more into my meals so I don't need snacks! So I feel like I'm failing, even though I'm being 100% compliant on the "hard rules." Anyone have any advice for me? I'd really appreciate it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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