|Breakfast: Chicken breasts with curry powder and pepper, cooked in coconut oil|
|Prepped radishes for snacking. I saved the greens too for salads and smoothies|
|Dinner. I love doing chicken this way. Just toss it in the crockpot and let it go.|
|My silly boy was helping me prep the kale.|
|He was good at tearing the leaves into bite sized pieces|
|Dressing for the kale. Mustard, olive oil and juice from half a lemon + pepper|
|Ready to be dressed|
|Dump on the olive oil mixture|
|Massage away...about 2-3 minutes till it wilts and softens|
|Pure deliciousness. I like to let the flavors "marinate" for at least an hour before eating.|
|Next it was coconut time.|
|I strained the water through a cheesecloth into a bowl, then it went in a cup in the fridge for later use.|
|After prying the flesh from the shell|
|The fruits of my labor. Gorgeous fresh coconut milk. I think I might need to invest in a bigger carafe.|
|Toasted coconut flakes for snacking|
|After school: The kids asked to squeeze oranges from the backyard. Why not?|
|Dinner: Chicken from the crockpot, asparagus and mashed cauliflower.|
While it may seem like I had an awesome day, the truth is I went a little nutso about 10 o'clock last night. Nothing good comes from late night eating.
So far today I've had coconut milk in my coffee and I plan on making a big green smoothie shortly. I am still debating on whether to continue logging my foods using MyFitnessPal while on the Whole30.
Happy Hump Day!