Today was the last “full day’ meeting, and I’m very glad to be done! Those things are exhausting.
For breakfast, I had a 1/4c dry oats with 1/2 scoop chocolate protein powder, as well as a big bowl of fruit (a few pineapples, lots of watermelon and strawberries).
Lunch certainly didn’t agree with me today; I think there must’ve been hidden dairy in the wrap or sauce. I had a steak wrap from Roti, a popular Mediterranean place in DC, and while it was delicious (and I should’ve eaten the Amy’s Pita Chips later), it didn’t sit right and my stomach was sick all the way until about 7pm.
At 7pm, when finally a rumble of the tummy came, I sprang to my past few-days leftovers!
This plate is a baby-sized plate, and I had two servings. I finished off the Bertucci’s risotto that I brought home last night and also the roasted butternut squash from two nights ago. I topped the squash with cayenne pepper and a bit of honey.
I whipped some sugar-free pistachio Jello pudding (sounds crazy, but is delicious), which I got hooked on many years ago when my family was searching for desserts that my dad, who is diabetic, could eat. Also, note to readers who are also lactose intolerant: the lactose activates some of the pudding, so if you’re making it with almond or soy milk, as I do, only use about 3/4 of the specified liquid amount.
I also went to physiotherapy for my hip tonight, and MAN, my glutes hurt from the exercises and I got the most painful (though necessary) deep-tissue massage to loosen up my scar tissue and tight upper quad muscles. OUCH.