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Variety keeps it green...

On Thursday...

Breakfast- 1 large cantaloupe

Lunch- a large salad with Romaine, tomatoes, cucumbers, shredded carrots, and walnuts

Dinner- 1 large red bell pepper, 1 large tomato, 2 small Kirby cucumbers, all chopped and mixed with mock peanut sauce (Jennifer Cornbleet's recipe), Didi's Nori Nosh crackers, 1 slice Miss Lillian's Hawaiian Cheesecake.

I enjoyed dinner at home last night but it was late (for me) when I ate.  As a result, I didn't sleep as deeply as I like and feel a little slow this this morning.

The variety of what I ate during the course of the day was satisfying.  The variety over time is really fun to observe.



Posted on Friday, September 29, 2006 at 06:50AM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments4 Comments | References1 Reference

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Reader Comments (4)

hi, I'm looking for unsweetened, raw cranberrys.No sugarcane juice added.
Pl.help me to find it.
Also, which extra virgin olive oil'd you suggest?
Is it true that Avocado oil is better than Grapeseed oil?
Where can i find it/
October 9, 2006 | Unregistered Commenterrenu
I don't know what city you live in so I can't begin to help suggest where to go in order to buy cranberries; ask your local organic market if they can order them for you.

Regarding oils, I don't recommend any oil. It is a processed food substance. If you feel you can't live with a little oil every so often then buy organic olive oil that is extra virgin cold pressed and packed in a dark glass container that protects it from light. Oil, separated out from the original food, is not a health supporting substance. Eat whole foods as much as possible.
October 10, 2006 | Registered CommenterStephen Parker
Do you think that you are eating enough greens. Some days you do not have any.
October 14, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterMary
Mary, I eat greens when I have a taste for them. I haven't written here on a daily basis recently, so readers aren't aware of what I eat on days when I'm not writing. My general pattern is that I may not eat a lot of greens on a daily basis. However, usually, every 3-4 days my palate will just want a salad and I'll eat salads for lunch or dinner for 2-3 days in a row. There are also days when a meal might consist of 1 or 2 heads of Romaine lettuce. That really gives me sensation of light filled bright-eyed energy!
November 12, 2006 | Registered CommenterStephen Parker

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