Posted 07 March 2012 - 02:35 PM
-beef bone broth with daikon peelings and some celery, cooked until soft
-1/2 lb of seaweed salad from asian market (gonna start staying away from this because I'm not sure if they use soy oil or something and its ingredients aren't marked on the package...)
-HUGE bowl of bone broth with rice noodles, mung bean sprouts, lime, mint, thin strips of flank, "beef balls" (little sausage-like pieces made of meat and tendon), tripe, and tendon (After the library I spent all day working on a paper in I decided to reward myself with Vietnamese from a nearby restaurant and didn't regret it as much as I suspected I might, besides the fact they use conventionally raised meat. All their broth is made from scratch, making it very GAPS friendly, minus the rice noodles. Yum)
-roasted sweet potato cubes, beet cubes, yellow onion, minced garlic, and spices in the oven
-egg and coconut milk scramble with shiitake and white mushrooms, fresh sage, cilantro, rosemary, leftover liverwurst and onions, and a teensy bit of tapioca starch
-steamed snap peas, radish, mini collards and purple kale winter mix, and a pinch of peppermint and parsley
-lots of globe grapes, with seeds
-some pieces of cheap low-sugar chocolate
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