In hindsight, I should have probably eaten a bit more than this today:
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:
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.
Last stop, Noriega Produce, to get some spicy sausage to make the fastest dinner I can think of: zoodles and Quick Bolognese.
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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