Breakfast- 1/2 Honeydew melon, 1/4 large watermelon
Lunch- 7 large bananas
Dinner- 2 diced avocados & two pints sliced cherry tomatoes, 1/4 cup mock mashed potatoes with homemade raw gravy, 5 pieces Audrey's New York "Sushi" crackers, aprox. 2 tablespoons of Living Intentions Rosemary almonds.
I was going to make my own mock mashed potatoes, but after a terrific run in Central Park, it was getting late so I settled for store bought mock mashed potatoes from Westerly. However, I did make my own gravy!
While I was at Westerly I ran into Robert Dyckman who is a tropical raw fruit expert. I asked him about the mangos that I'm always afraid to buy because they look too green and are sprinkled with small brown spots. Robert gave me a quick lesson; the green ones are okay to buy and usually need a day or so to ripen, but frequently, even though they're green, they're still sweet.
The best part of my dinner were the tomatoes and avocado. The first few savory bites of the "potatoes" were good but a few bites was enough. I felt the same way about the nuts and the crackers. Fresh fruit and green vegetables have become so satisfying to me that the other stuff just doesn't taste as good as I want it to taste. Besides I feel better with the fruit and greens.