Mamatutu Posted January 4, 2022 Share Posted January 4, 2022 2nd W30 for me. Wildly successful 66 days completed a rather long time ago now and I'm definitely ready to do it again. Day one for me also was my first day back at work after the Christmas Holidays so everything felt a bit weird after 10 days in pjs eating chocolate and watching TV and very little else. I'm currently working from home until Boris/Mark Drakeford decide I am able to go back to my lovely office with my equally lovely colleagues. The hazard here is that I am working from the kitchen table so at the epicentre of food in my home and let me tell you that before Christmas this was a very, very bad idea. However, the husband has been instructed to polish off any remaining naughtiness and was sent to work with a lovely fat slice of chocolate orange cake which hopefully will not return. All that being said, after 2.5 hours of food prep yesterday I had no reason to go off piste on my first day, so breakfast and lunch took minutes to whip up. As I write this I have some potatoes roasting in the oven to go with my dinner. I managed not to snack at all today which is in itself a small miracle. Breakfast - Salmon, scrambled eggs (coconut oil to cook), homemade tomato salsa (tomatoes, red bell pepper, red onion, garlic, red chilli and onion salt) and a dry slaw mix (red cabbage, white cabbage, carrot, onion, celery, apple, walnuts). Glass of water with ACV for digestive aid and a cup of liquorice and peppermint tea. Lunch - Smoked mackerel fillet on lettuce boats with home made mayo and the slaw mix with added mayo, a little more salsa. Lemon and ginger tea with fresh lemon slice. Dinner - Tomato juice with Tabasco (while cooking). Left over pot roast beef, roast potatoes and green beans. Gravy left over from the pot roast is W30 compliant as I made it myself using home made stock and vegetables, thickened with arrowroot. There were 2 more cups of lemon and ginger tea this afternoon and I will probably have a glass of sparkling water this evening. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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