My 2nd full Whole 30 journey began today. Yesterday I struggled with a pinched nerve and couldn't move my neck or get any sleep so I didn't start yesterday as I had planned.
Here is my lunch from today. Salmon cakes (or patties, whichever you prefer to call them) power greens sautéed in coconut oil, and mixed veggies.
These salmon cakes are my go to Whole 30 meal. I know, some find salmon disgusting...like my eldest girl. But I promise you that if you like salmon and want a quick, easy meal that makes enough for the family, or enough for left over for lunch...if your co-workers won't run you out of the office for stinking up the place...then this is your meal. It also freezes raw and can be ready to cook at will.
The easiest recipe I found was here:
from the Everyday Maven. She has lots of great Paleo recipes for those interested in expanding their Paleo repertoire.
Tonight for dinner I have some pork country style ribs in the crockpot. Just a little seasoning and salt and pepper is all it needs. I don't have my veggies decided yet, but I think I may bake white potatoes for my family and a sweet potato for myself. I love the sweet potato with olive oil and cinnamon. So incredibly tasty.
As I have stated in the past the Whole30 for me is super easy because I love to eat all food. Salmon, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, and sweet potatoes are some things that I know aren't for everyone, but I love them. And I think if you try them in different recipes you can learn to love them too.
Oh a funny quote from my little one today as she took a sip of my black coffee. She usually tries to take a sip of my coffee when it has cream in it, so today I told her yes when she asked and she took one sip and said, "Mom, your coffee is not very good today." No honey, no it isn't.