Monday, June 29, 2009

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10:30 am


+ LC Mocha Ice & Cream Shake - 3 ice cubes, a few ounces of organic heavy cream and 4-6 oz of purified water, 2 scoops of Amazing Grass Chocolate Greens, 1 scoop of Jarrow Unflavored Whey Protein, 1 scoop of organic sprouted flax meal, 1 tsp of organic instant coffee, a splash of organic vanilla extract, stevia and Also Salt - blended up using my handy-dandy immersion blender

1:45 pm

+ a cup of organic, black coffee with 1 packet of organic stevia/inulin

4:00 pm

+ LC Peanut Butter Cup Ice & Cream Shake - 3 ice cubes, a few ounces of organic heavy cream and 4-6 oz of purified water, 1 scoop of ORAC Energy Greens, 1 scoop of Jarrow Unflavored Whey Protein, 1 oz of organic cocoa powder, 1 scoop of organic sprouted flax meal, 1-2 tbsp of organic peanut butter, a splash of organic vanilla extract, stevia and Also Salt - blended up using my handy-dandy immersion blender

note: I made this kind of thick this time (less water). I was able to eat it with a spoon. Yum!

7:15 pm (pictured above)

+ 2 organic beef patties topped with organic grilled red onions, natural Canadian bacon and organic cheddar cheese + a few extra pieces of the leftover Canadian bacon

+ 3/4 of an organic, sliced tomato

10:45 pm

+ a handful of organic spicy pumpkin seeds

+ a slice of raw, aged Gruyere cheese and a few slices of natural salami

More to come ... I hope.

6 comments:

anne h said...

Harry - sometimes you use the chocolate greens. Sometimes another. I guess it's good to mix it up every now and then. Which do you prefer? Or am I comparing "apples" to "oranges" here?

Harry said...

Anne,

Taste-wise I'd definitely go with the Amazing Grass Chocolate Greens. The nutritional composition and price are also excellent in this product, IMO - especially if you shop online.

There are other green products that probably provide a higher antioxidant punch - the ORAC Greens and products like Green Vibrance would fall in that category. They usually contain a broader mix of ingredients, but the taste (in my experience) is hard to completely mask.

I think the reason why the ORAC Greens has stuck around in my 'fridge for so long is because of the taste. I do like the formulation though and I'll certainly use it up eventually.

I agree with on the "mixing it up" philosophy. :-)

Oct said...

yum! You are so inventive. :)

Harry said...

Me? Nah.

Most of the inventive stuff is from my better half. :-)

Solshine said...

Love, Love, Love pumpkin seeds! Glad to see they're so good for me, too. Been lurkin' but not posting, Harry. Glad to see you doing so well!

Have you seen this article in a new magazine called, Ode? They consider themselves dedicated to intelligent optimists. :-)

http://www.odemagazine.com/doc/64/fat-is-where-its-at/

I have to laugh at them saying "new" research is showing fat should no longer be vilified.

Harry said...

Hey! Long time no see. I'm happy that you posted! :)

I wasn't aware of that article but I'll certainly check it out.

The information may not be new to us, but it's new to a whole lot of people. So I'm glad the word is getting out there. How's that for an optimistic view. :)

Thanks for chiming in. I hope you'll do so again.

BTW, how have you been doing? Are you continuing to journal about your menus on the forum? I haven't been on the forum too often but I regularly visit Jimmy's menu and main blog.