January 18, 2012 4 Comments
I was tired and cold and grumpy this morning. I had been planning to make another frittata, but I wasn’t that motivated. Then I remembered a breakfast dish I hadn’t made in awhile – cheesy eggs. This is a variation on the Mock Danish recipe, which can be made sweet or savory.
4 oz Neufchâtel cheese
1 oz crumbled or grated cheese (I used feta)
Place Neufchâtel cheese in a covered casserole dish and microwave on 50% power for one minute to soften the cheese (I almost said microwave-safe casserole dish, but I’m not one to insult my readers’ intelligence).
Day 17 Journal
Success Score: 4
Modern Foraging #2
Comments: The challenge was to eat out at every meal, preferably at new places to me, and try to stay Primal at every meal. Going out for breakfast and lunch is impractical (and actually undesirable) for me on a workday. Tom and I are going out to dinner this weekend, so maybe I can try this then.
Full-Length PEM workout
Comments: not sure if I am wimping out or just being prudent at this point, but I was afraid to risk making my back worse.
Who did you talk to: a coworker who expressed interest in learning more about the Primal diet
Hardest part: Not sure I’ve seen a direct benefit for myself from the diet. Since I’ve already lost the weight it’s hard to measure tangible results.
Best part: getting the opportunity to help someone improve her health
Comments: I have been spreading the word already at work, with my family, with a close friend, my Facebook friends and through this blog. I’m not trying to convert anyone to Paleo. What I would like people to discover is how delicious a whole food diet can be, and that is is doable with our modern lifestyles. Jewel flipped through the Primal Blueprint Reader Created Cookbook, and she said that so many of the recipes sounded good to her. She said she’d try anything except the spicy recipes! So stay tuned next week when we’ll try Paleo shepherd’s pie.
Daily energy level: 4
Hunger level: 3
Satisfaction with meals: 10
Struggles today with Primal efforts: first non-primal food craving: enchiladas
Benefits noticed from Primal efforts: spent time talking to Jewel after dinner rather than each of us sitting at our computers in different rooms
Daily highlights: discovering new recipes with Jewel
Daily needs-to-improve: exercise