Sunday, September 16, 2012

Complete (if vague) 1 week food log (does not include water)

Sunday, breakfast:
1 1/2 cups soymilk (365 brand, "normal", sweetened)
1 tbsp Brewer's yeast
1 cup honey bunches of oats, honey roasted flavor (cereal)
1 small banana (I estimated it at 15 grams of carbs)

Sunday, midmorning:
25 jelly beans

Sunday, lunch:
pizza bread (basically white bread with tomato sauce, onions, mushrooms, and olives)

Sunday, while out walking:
granola bar (Nature Valley, Oats n' Honey flavor)

Sunday, supper:
Garlic bread (three types of bread with lots of garlic and some oil)
more jelly beans

Monday, breakfast
lentils with bits of sweet potato, onion
spelt noodles
little bit of bread

Monday, early lunch
lentils with bits of sweet potato, onion,
spelt noodles

Monday, later lunch
1 cup unsweetened Edensoy (this is actually the stuff Bernstein recommends drinking but I drank it even before I read his book, because my mother likes it)
2 tbsp Brewer's Yeast
extremely thin slice of pizza bread, with hummus

Monday, hypotime
1/3 cup applesauce
1 dum dum

Monday, still not suppertime
1/2 cup tomato juice, RubyKist brand

Monday,  suppertime
1 large white potato (boiled) with lentil dish

Monday, bedtime
2 dum dums

Tuesday breakfast
1 microwaved red potato (raw weight 120 grams)
1 cup unsweetened soy milk

Tuesday lunch
1 packet of instant oatmeal- raisin and walnut flavor

Tuesday afternoon
1 big gulp honey
1 dum dum

Tuesday on the way home
1 dum dum

Tuesday late afternoon snack
1 bowl stir fried vegetables- onion, eggplant, zucchini, cauliflour with soy sauce
about 1/4 cup sticky rice
boiled cabbage

Tuesday suppertime
Roasted and salted sunflower seeds
More stir fry- onion, eggplant, zuchhini, cauliflour with Brewer's Yeast
1 cup rice
1 cup soymilk- vanilla slightly sweetened (365 brand)
1/8 cup cereal- granola
handful of popcorn, no toppings

Tuesday bedtime
one baked potato, larger than the morning's
2 dum dums

Tuesday later

Wednesday pre-prayers
unsweetened Silk with tomato juice

Wednesday breakfast
vanilla soymilk with shredded wheat and BreKewer's Yeast
roasted unsalted, already shelled, sunflower seeds

Wednesday on the way to work (roughly lunchtime):
16 tea biscuits (3 grams CHO each)
1 sandwich (2 pieces of 1/2 whole wheat bread, about 1 tbsp peanut butter- the kind that's nothing but roasted peanuts, and 1 small tomato)

Wednesday when I got home:
soymilk with multigrain cheerios

Wednesday supper:
soymilk with Kellogg's Crunchy Nut Golden Honey Nut cereal (it tasted like peanut brittle)
stir fry (cauliflower, eggplant, onion, and zucchini) with rice and with Newman's tomato sauce

Thursday before prayers:
1/4 cup vanilla soymilk (I mixed it with water)

Thursday brunch:
grits with raisins (a lot of it)

Thursday early afternoon:
chocolate wafers

Thursday late afternoon:
Stew- eggplant, flax, zucchini, carrot, onion, garbanzo beans

Thursday evening:
Cooking water and some lentils left over after cooking a pot of lentils for a house of mourning.
2 dried apricots

Friday breakfast:
Unsweetened Silk Soymilk, Brewer's yeast, and toasted oats cereal

Friday at work:
gulp of honey

Friday lunch:
one packet instant oatmeal, raisins and walnut flavor
2 rice cakes

Friday afternoon snack:
2 rice cakes
chocolate wafers

Sometime on the sabbath:
three types of soymilk, flaxmilk
boiled potatoes
some kind of stew with lentils and spinach
borsht- mostly beets but also some celery and onions
tea biscuits
2 medjool dates (these are supposed to raise blood sugar really fast but I have never noticed them actually doing this)
soy hotdogs
wheat germ
half of a zucchini muffin
two types of breakfast cereal
breaded eggplant sticks (they look like fishsticks)
semi sweet chocolate chips
apple juice (we somehow forgot to buy grape juice)
roasted sunflower seeds
one pear (juicy and ripe)
soy "sour cream" (this tastes absolutely nothing like I remember sour cream but my mother makes it from tofu about once a month and claims it's sour cream. It tastes more like kefir.)

Saturday evening:
one dum dum
one small baked potato
three rice cakes
another small baked potato

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