Ok, I've got myself a blander and I have got the will to try
anyways, I am not very good at eating; especially in the warmer time of year so I am not so into food but I try
I did blend a lot of vegetables and had great fun but I don't think I did the right mix because it tasted ok but not really good. And when I look for reciepes I get so overwhelmed I don't know where to start so I just give up. Feeling a bit hopeless.
I have made myself pasta from squash and that was great.
But how much should I eat? I have no idea because I am not good at the eating and now I guess I will have to eat more. I think I'll make myself some potatoes and mix them with lots of salat, making myself a soft start. But how do I replace those things, like potato, that makes you feel full?
being hungry and not knowing where to start I am sure I ask a lot of silly questions, hope that's ok.
I also get bored of foods.
And I like greens better than fruit but I've heard that is ok so I stick to that:-D
But I do have my morning smoothies now; I've got my blender and I'm so excited! First thing I did was putting all I could find into the blender and making myself some very vegetable non fruit smoothie; won't do that again LOL but I did eat it! No trowing away foods! The next thing I did was addinig broccoli to my fruit smoothie, that wasn't a big success either, I just can't help myself experimenting
feeling much better now btw
have made my own pesto today and ate it with lots of greens. Lovely:-D
might have to eat a lot but I will do that after a while:-)
tried some rice today just to get rid of the one I have left but I couldn't eat it.
I have discovered that squash goes fine with fruit in a smoothie. And avocado. I made myself avocado and sweet banana smoothie today with some lime in it and it wa sawsome. Avocado is just wonderful. Now I have eaten lots of macademia nuts and they are soooo good!
I will give away my rice.
It is organic whole grain so I'm not giving away something bad;-)
I bought a lot of fruits and vegetables today and that was fun:-)
I just go with putting together what I think will be nice just as I did when I ate cooked food. Patterns and receepes always makes me confused anyway. Me being a bit crazy but as long as it is happy crazy I'm ok with it LOL;-)
Although I don't personally like a lot of fat in my diet (makes me just..iiick), use soaked almonds to make 'cheese' to put on dehydrated crackers or something. Nuts, avocados, and oil-based dressings on stuff really make them heavier. For potatoes, I recommend subbing cauliflower!
Really, after you get over about 30 days of raw-ness, you'll enjoy being lighter (rather than heavier) by eating delicious, nutrient dense food (without cooked stuff).
I recommend making a meal plan in advance, for the week, so you know what to buy specifically for the recipes you want to make. Makes it less complicated to eat!