Something else pig-based that I'm planning to try are these breakfast patties, and this alternative. Easy as they may be, eggs just aren't holding me long enough (see remarks, below).
I will list what I've eaten, since this IS a challenge and writing it down keeps me on track, but
February 20, dinner: coconut curry soup with all the leftover vegetables, over rice. Rice is not W30 legal, but I ate less than 1/4 cup, and complaining when soemone else puts hot food in front of you is even less advisable than cheating.
Feb. 21 breakfast: hot water and lemon (I remembered to take my "medicine" today!) then, 45 minutes later, three eggs fried in coconut oil and ghee; blueberries.
Lunch: leftover cabbage/beet/fish stuff; frozen raspberries; last few blueberries; mussels in olive oil. Your standard fridge raid.
Tasks: set out ingredients for "dragon-lady soup", take out fish to thaw.
Remarks: Total hunger crash on the preschool pick-up run. Quick grocery shop on the way home (using up ALL the veg on Sunday is nice, but that leaves nothing for Monday night before the 8pm CSA delivery). Did I want to cheat? *Deep breathing through flared nostrils and long pause* YES. What did I grab while pushing the midget and groceries home? A carrot. Just enough to get my vision back, unfortunately not enough to promote gentle parenting.
While dragon-lady soup is delicious, (named after Clint Eastwood's neighbour in Gran Torino,) it's still a broth-based soup. I'm worried that without some added starch all the carrots, spring onions and seafood in the world won't keep me going through 3 hours of langauage school tonight. Let's see.