Monday, September 13, 2021

Imperfectly Raw Day 25, Sunday 9/12/21

 Imperfectly Raw Day 25, Sunday 9/12/21

Breakfast: Coffee and an Orange

Just like my momma, I love to buy groceries, although I use curbside pickup almost exclusively since the pandemic began.  I made my list and placed my order for pick up later today at Walmart.

I made smoothies for our lunch.  I am out of a lot of ingredients so I made do with what was on hand.  This smoothie may not be for the faint of heart, but I am hardcore and liked it fine.  

Smoothie for two:  Frozen strawberry/banana mix, 2 kiwi, frozen mixed fruit, coconut water, water, broccoli sprouts, spinach, almond butter, collagen, green powder, and chia seeds.

We went to church this morning and then I worked at the boutique from 1-4.  I'm wearing my mask as much as possible #tryingtostayhealthy and trying to avoid trouble.  A lot of people where I live don't seem to be very concerned about the virus, but I'm doing the things I need to do while protecting myself and my community the best way I know how. 

After work I picked up my groceries at Walmart.  Pay attention to the supply chain. There were more substitutions and cancellations this week.  I spent $128 this week.  We'll see if we can make it last all week!

Dinner:  Marinated Carrots, Leftover Fried Rice, Whole Grain Chips, and Water.  I made Travis Cod Fillets broiled with Lemon.  He'll have enough for tomorrow, also.

Recipe for Marinated Carrots:

Peel 5 carrots, then shave lengthwise with a peeler.  Mince 1/2 of a small onion.  Juice a lemon.  Combine carrot, onion, lemon juice, and 1 tsp of Herbes de Provence in a bowl.  Add 1-2 Tbsp olive oil.  Mix together.  Salt to taste.

The Cod was easy.  Thaw the fillets.  Place on a baking sheet covered in foil.  Sprinkle the fillets with olive oil and salt.  Thinly slice a lemon and arrange on top of the cod.  Broil 10-12 minutes.  Sprinkle with Herbes de Provence.

xoxo Janis

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