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Raw Food log, bananas and lettuce...

Breakfast- 6 bananas

Lunch- 1 large head of Romaine lettuce

I'm amazed at how satisfying eating a head of Romaine lettuce can be.  Its meditative and satiating.  Tonight I'm going to a holiday party and I'm not sure if I'll eat all raw or not.  It feels tough when I've eaten 2 raw meals and I'm feeling good and I don't want to lose that feeling but I also am expecting to be around tantalizing cooked food for dinner.

Posted on Friday, December 7, 2007 at 05:27PM by Registered CommenterStephen Parker | Comments3 Comments

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Hi! I too have felt wonderful eating a whole Romaine lettuce for breakfast...it really does something great to your system....and I will be having a photo shoot on Jan 2nd, so I am getting ready for it now...!
I have decided to start my new year by going RAW, (again)..and hoping to get it right....Christmas Eve, had Lillian's Raw cherry jubille cheesecake for dessert and had a huge Romaine and mixed veggie salad from Integral yoga's deli with Lillian's broccoli Pie for my main meal....YUMMEEE.
Happy Holidays! Deborah
December 24, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterDeborah V. M.
HI!

Stopping by to say HAPPY NEW YEAR! Have a super day :)

Cheers!
Kristen's Raw
January 3, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterKristen's Raw
I have had the craving to make a large green drink in the morning to get things moving. I have juiced a head of romaine, collard greens, kale and spinach. I would chug this down and boy would that kill my appetite. I would be set for hours and not feel the need for eating until later in the afternoon. This helped me cleanse myself and keep the pipes clean!

So try and drink your breakfast the next time. If you want some body to it add some dulse or other sea weed to it. ( I recomend that you pund the seaweed into a powder before adding it to the drink). That is a meal for the gods.

Enjoy and keep eating those greens.

Scott
February 15, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterScott Jackson

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