Here is some of what I ate this week. I find often we don’t even need a recipe when it comes to simple food, we simply need inspiration or ideas when we’re in a bit of a rut.
This is real life my friends, there are no filters on these, this is simply what I eat and unlike my lovely husband who loves to cook and make it all look pretty, I kind of just put it together..lol. It still tastes great 🙂
You will notice a lot of the same ingredients in images. It’s simply real life, it’s the things we stocked up on this week and so we go through it before buying more. To top it off I’m having a break from night shades (Tomatoes, egg plants, etc) so my meals look a little more on the green side.
Hope it sparks some ideas for you, so you can then turn around an add your own flare to them.
- First up is a bowl with sautéed liver (natures most potent super food according to Chris Kresser) – in butter with salt and pepper, mixed greens, mini cucumbers, sauerkraut and avocado.
2. Lunch, I’d already eating a few pieces of fish before I thought to take the pic..lol This is sustainable sturgeon with mixed greens, mini cucumbers and avocado with olive oil, a squeeze of lemon and Himalayan pink salt for the dressing.
3. Black kale with mashed avocado with a sprinkle Malden salt and olive oil, sauerkraut and an organic grass fed bison burger. I also love this kale and avocado combo as a snack.
4. Wild salmon, sweet potato, mixed greens with mini cucumbers and sauerkraut.
5. This was literally what I had for a snack one day. Organic squash drizzled with olive oil, pepper and Himalayan salt..so satisfying on this day. I must have been craving it for a reason.
6. Quick snack. Apples and organic peanut butter. I rarely eat peanut butter I usually stick to almond or cashew but this was what we had ( my husband loves it) and I didn’t feel like eating apples on their own, it tastes more like a treat to dip them 🙂
7. Finally the dessert! I’m loving this at the moment. It’s simply a blended frozen banana, frozen raspberries a dash of pure maple syrup blended together with coconut milk (from the tin not the carton), then placed in the freezer for about an hour. I then topped with cashew nuts and fresh blueberries..so yummy.
There you have it a few of my meals through out the week. I’m no chef and I don’t really enjoy the process although I love to eat. It’s for this reason my meals are usually quick and simple. Cooking at home is also the best way to ensure we are eating clean quality ingredients so our bodies have the energy and nutrients they deserve.
Health and Happiness,
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