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Day Zero

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Day 1:

Meal 1 - a bit dodgy truth be told, running late for medical appointment so no veg, just sliced turkey... oh well...

Meal 2 - huge amount of veg (green beans, broccoli, courgette, carrot) and some squid in olive oil

Meal 3 - pork chop, beetroot, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, roast cabbage, green beans :)

Lots of water, too much coffee, not enough fat.... 

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Day 2 - no breakfast :( snow & ice & bad things in general  = steaming the lock off the shed to get my bike out then being obliged to walk parts of the way to work.

Meal 1(2) - lunch time - left over mutton curry & veg from the weekend, plus a boiled egg.

Meal 2(3) - tea time - salmon fillet, cabbage, broccoli, beetroot, green beans, Brussel sprouts :)

 

Most likely no run tonight because of the ice :(

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Day 3 - meal 1 absent again, I have a cold & feel somewhat unwell...

Meal 2 (planned) 2/3 large eggs cooked in ghee, hashed together with leeks & mushrooms with broccoli & green beans

Meal 3 - duck confit, cabbage roasted with cumin, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, green beans, maybe some beetroot.

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day 4 - new plan

Meal 1 -  far from ideal, can of tuna I've found in my desk with some pickled chili peppers...

Meal 2 - most likely some form of fish and vegetables

Meal 3 - fillet steak, broccoli, mushrooms, peppers, cabbage, Brussel sprouts, green beans... possibly a sweet potato

There's too much ice to be able to go for after work runs this week but I'm really hoping it'll be OK for my long run tomorrow, we'll see - I'm not keen on slipping over so will skip it if conditions are bad :)

 

 

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Day 5 and day 6

meal 1 - eggs and leeks and mushrooms 

meal 2 - veg chilli soup

Meal 3 (Saturday) beef stew

Meal 3 (Sunday) roast leg of Mutton, potatoes roasted in duck fat, Jerusalem artichokes, broccoli, cabbage, etc....

 

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