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A strange thing has happened on the Whole 30.  I am now eating bananas.  I know, probably not weird to you but TRUST ME, I DO NOT EAT BANANAS.  From a baby on, I haven’t liked them at all.  Mom can attest to that.  Within the last few years, I’ve been willing to put them into smoothies and occasionally will try banana bread but that was my limit.  
Within the last week, I’ve easily eaten a dozen bananas, straight out of the skin.  Some days, I’ve eaten 3.  WHAT IS HAPPENING?!?!?  I really like them all of the sudden!  
We are 2 full weeks into the Whole 30.  It is going well.
 While I am glad that I now have a taste for bananas  I’m getting kind of tired of sweet potatoes and eggs.  I’ve
found some great recipes, but it is time to shake things up a bit and try some
new ones.  Hopefully this coming week will be a little more sane to allow
me to do that!
Here is what I ate the last few days.  A lot more
“snacks” than I want with Robotics though, so need to come up with
some better options there.
Day 12:
  • Meal 1:  Scrambled eggs
    with spinach, prosciutto and salsa; coffee with “pumpkin spice” non-dairy creamer.  Yummy but not worth the daily effort!
  • Meal 2:  Banana and RxBar (not really hungry)
  • Meal 3: Acorn squash with sausage, caramelized onions, apples and spinach
  • Snacks: Banana and RxBar
Day 13:
  • Meal 1:  Banana and Rx Bar
  • Meal 2:  2 scrambled eggs with diced turkey, spinach, honey nut squash and onions.
  • Meal 3:  Sweet potato with BBQ on top and a salad
  • Snacks: Banana
Day 14: 
  • Meal 1:  Green Juice from Costco, 2 eggs and sweet potato toast
  • Meal 2: Salad bar from Legman’s with Chicken Breast and Hard Boiled egg
  • Meal 3:  Chicken & Apple sausage and sweet potato
  • Snacks: Banana, carrots and almond butter, Beet chips

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