Thursday, July 23, 2009


Our Ferry Guardian Angel

Pathway to Paradise

LC Sushi Rolls

9:30 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

11:30 am

+ 2 organic Roma tomatoes, sliced and topped with natural sopressata and organic sour cream

1:30 pm

+ a cup of organic, instant coffee (black)

3:00 pm

+ thinly sliced, natural smoked turkey

+ an organic avocado

+ a few ounces of raw Morbier cheese

5:00 pm

+ a mug of ChocoCocoCoffee

7:00 pm

+ several pieces of low carb sushi rolls

+ organic (wheat free) tamari sauce

More to follow ... I hope!


cilla said...

sounds yummy ,do u think it owuld be ok to have coconut milk in coffee if it only has one carb per tbsp ? have a nice evening :)

Harry said...


I personally don't worry about coconut milk at all. It's so low in sugar and so rich in healthy fat that I think it's got to be good for you. In fact, I wrote a little something about it in tonight's column on

I've never tried it in coffee though. But, from a health standpoint, I would imagine it's just fine. I'm a big coffee and coconut fan. :)

Vadim said...

Harry, I noticed you put two scoops of Super Greens Chocolate in your shakes. I just ordered two cans of it. I recently noticed that I havent eaten nearly enouph salads lately. I eat mostly low carb but not enouph greens these days so I hope it will supplement me nicely. But I notices some people said in reviews that having two spoons gave them too much of hyper energy. Do you notice any significant difference between taking super greens or missing it? In other words, do you think it gives you a bit of a boost besides other healthy benefits?

Harry said...

Mr. V,

I've yet to find a natural supplement that gives me *too much* energy. :-)

My best advise would be to start off trying just one scoop. If you do well with that, then progress to two scoops.

My shakes often include coffee. Because of this, I'm just not certain how much of an added effect the greens are contributing.

I use two scoops for the added nutritional content and the taste (more chocolaty).

Vadim said...

Got you! Thanks!

Harry said...

Anytime! Hope you enjoy the greens! :-)

cilla said...

thanks harry i thik it is yummy,makes the coffee pretty tasty,i will check the column out,thank you have a wonderful weekend :) and thank u for asking my question

cilla said...

where can i find the article ? thanks :)

anne h said...

Your menu is what my menu wants to be when my menu grows up...

Harry said...

I'll have to try that out soon, Cilla! A fun and tasty experiment. I like those. :-)

The article can be found at this URL/location:

It just briefly mentions coconut milk as an alternative to dairy. Hope you like it!

Harry said...

Don't tell that to my menu ... it might get a big head! :-)

Erika said...

Great menu. Those rolls have made me look forward to dinner! Salmon and cream cheese?

Hahaha great line, Anne h!

Harry said...

They were delicious! This time, my wife asked for them to be "sauce-free". Even better, LC-wise. :-)

Enjoy your dinner! I'll be by to see what you ended up having! :-)

Christina Crowe said...

Sounds delicious! Especially the turkey. :)

Harry said...

The turkey was really good. :) I think it was made by Applegate. My wife bought it at the deli counter.