we’ll be skipping a few days again as we go into the weekend. sorry, but things are getting super busy for us!
i find that, since mindless snacking is no longer an option, i have lost a few pounds. i’m still unable to really whittle-the-middle due to most of my issue being a little postpartum stretchy skin. but wherever it is coming from, i’m keeping an eye on things out of caution that my milk supply could go down.
cutting out the crazy amount of fruit that i was eating has all at once:
a) helped with my bathroom visits
b) trimmed back a little midsection bloating that i usually have that i though was inherent with being a female above the age of 20. like i said, still a little fluff around the flagpole, but what a nice surprise! cutting down on fruit is just like cutting down on any sugar!
c) gotten rid of more sugar cravings. one piece of fruit would ALWAYS lead directly to another, until finally i would give in and eat a small handful of cashews to “protein crush” all that sugar. feels good to have that under control.
tonight i had a “dinner oops”. i made a roast pork from marks daily apple. when i initially planned dinner, i thought since our butt was a pound short of his, it would require less cooking time. well it’s 9:40p, and dinner is still in the oven. we will be having it on sunday night since we will be getting in from out-of-town so late.
i had breakfast for dinner, instead!
breakfast: 2 eggs sunny side up, sweet potato hashies, 2 strips bacon. coffee and coconut cream.
lunch: turkey, tomato, avocado, baby greens, 2 soft boiled eggs. a few cashews.
snack: pepitas, a peach.
dinner: 2 egg mushroom omlette. sausages.
results: YAY! i ate half a dozen eggs today!
2 egg omlette
S & P
method: beat the living sin out of the eggs. stir in pepper.
saute sliced mushrooms dry. this makes it so they don’t get rubbery!
get a big skillet nice and hot on medium heat. add ghee. turn heat down and promptly add egg, covering whole surface of skillet. quickly sprinkle salt over egg. it will not take long for this to overlook. while the egg is still mostly wet, add cooked mushrooms and basil. roll egg into omelette and slide onto a plate to serve.
no, we don’t flip an omelette.
this whole dance must happen fast, or the egg will harden and you will have a rubbery, stiff egg on your hands. instead, you want a soft, cheesy texture. believe me.