21 Day Sugar Detox, Day 11: aaaaaaaand there’s the wall.

Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in 21 DSD Daily Eats | 4 comments



In hindsight, I should have probably eaten a bit more than this today:

apple and almond butter

Before 4:30 pm, when I finally got home after running around doing errands and meeting with people.

Before you yell at me… Okay fine. I’m completely deserving of a good talkin’ to. I ate this silly breakfast (the first fruit I’ve had during the sugar detox, by the way) thinking that I would be getting lunch while out doing errands.

It didn’t happen.

I did, however, have a lovely cup of tea with my friend who lives in Marin with a pretty nice view of Mt Tam:

Mt Tamalpais

And then, back in San Francisco, I had some more tea with Mary of Clean Eats, who is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to open a paleo kitchen and community HQ. I am downright giddy about this project, for many reasons. The selfish reason is that it will most likely be a wonderful place to have more paleo popups, in a kitchen where there is no concern of cross contamination. How great is that?!

Basically, what all this means is that sometime in 2013, there will not only be a shared gluten-free commercial kitchen for GF chefs and bakers to create their goods, but also a paleo HQ, for the community to play and learn. San Francisco is officially the best place on the planet. But I’m biased.

On the way home, I stopped at my neighborhood co-op to get some jasmine flowers to infuse in vodka. It’s for a special holiday drink, which I’ll tell you more about when this sugar detox is over.

jasmine vodka in progress

Last stop, Noriega Produce, to get some spicy sausage to make the fastest dinner I can think of: zoodles and Quick Bolognese.

food… finally

After wolfing down a giant bowl of that, I hit the proverbial wall. Put a fork in me…

11 days down, 10 to go!

 

 

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4 Comments

  1. Your dinner looks delish!..I make zoodles too!!

    • I had no idea how much I’d love them! Definitely in the regular rotation in this house.

  2. I found cutting up fruit for my boys’ lunch yesterday incredibly tempting. I just want one friggin’ piece of this orange!!!! The pre-bedtime treat of a banana milkshake also had me flustered. I’m trying to stay away from dairy as well (except butter), and the bananas were VERY ripe, but I did taste a little drip that landed on my finger. I’M ONLY HUMAN!!!

    • For real, Jessica! And think about how much of an effort you’re putting in to do something positive for your health. Definitely trumps a little taste of ripe banana. BY FAR! I purposely didn’t do this detox while all the good summer fruit was in season. I look forward to it all year!

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