Just a dump of photos of the sorts of things I’ve been eating mostly, lately. Nope: not particularly paleo, not particularly low carb, not particularly high carb, not particularly high fat, not particularly low fat. Etc. It’s not particularly anything at all.
Rather, at different times, places and circumstances, it’s one or more of all of those because it’s simply…omnivorous.
I will add that achieving the dietary flexibility to have highly satiating starches lately has virtually eliminated all desire or practice of going out and getting some crap sandwich or burger—or even Taco Bell.
Turkey & Swiss on Lightly Toasted Udi’s Gluten Free White
Classic Beefsteak Tomato & Mayo on Toasted Udi’s Gluten Free White
Leftover Corned Beef & Cabbage with Mustard & Horseradish Sauce on Udi’s Gluten Free White
Sunny Up Eggs over Baked, Cooled & Wok Fried Potatoes in Juka’s Red Palm Oil & Leaf Lard Refried Beans
Over Easy Eggs, German Fried Potatoes and Medium Rare Fresh Ground Beef Patty at Gunther’s
Patty Melt with Swiss on Udi’s Gluten Free White
Deviled Eggs topped with Dungeness Crab at Dry Creek Grill
Peruvian Seared Filet Mignon, Sautéed Onions, Peppers & Tomato in a Roasted Garlic & Chile Sauce. Served with Fried Fingerling Potato, Tacu Tacu, and Salsa Criolla at Ciano’s Modern Latin Flavors
Organic Rotisserie Chicken Fettuccine with Leeks, King Trumpet Mushrooms, English Peas, Smoked Tomatoes, Applewood Smoked Bacon, and Shaved Parmesan at Dry Creek Grill
I saved that pasta dish for last because not only was it my last meal (last evening), but I wanted to relay how it went. Since doing all the stuff with Resistant Starch and the Soil-Based Probiotics, I’ve done a few experiments both in terms of blood glucose (reported here) and heartburn tolerance, since others have reported such improvements over time. A couple of weeks back, I had some pizza & beer, sure to give me heartburn. Nothing. This was test number two, a pasta dish, probably the worst in terms of getting heartburn. In addition, I had half of that deviled egg app and one Perfect Manhattan, stirred, not shaken.
I waited for the inevitable nuclear heartburn to arrive (especially in combo with hard liquor), but it never did. Does that mean I intend to go out and have pasta regularly? Nope, no need. Because, since things are flexible enough now, I can simply have gluten free pasta which I’ve found to be pretty damn good, and I can have a few sandwiches every week, also on gluten free. The bottom line? Since adding this degree of flexibility, I am far, far less likely to go anywhere and eat something cheap and crappy.