Whole30 Food Journal 2013 – Day 2

by Angie Anew on January 2, 2013

The pretty meals in today’s Whole30 food journal are brought to you by “I haven’t been to work in 11 days.” Reality hits tomorrow, so I’ve been prepping Whole30 meals that I can pack for lunch. I’ll also need to wake up earlier than I had been pre-vacation to fix myself a decent breakfast. Coffee and coffee alone was my go-to morning “meal” for too long.

Whole30 Breakfast

Whole30 Breakfast: Egg fried in clarified butter, hot sauce, homemade pork sausage patty (loosely followed this method), caramelized brussels sprouts, raspberries, black coffee.

Whole30 Lunch

Whole30 Lunch: Baked tilapia, sauteed kale, avocado slices, apple slices, sunflower seed butter.

Whole30 Dinner

Whole30 Dinner: Thai coconut chicken curry with carrots and green beans, sauteed kale, sweet potato “chips”, lime.

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Vita January 3, 2013 at 1:40 AM

All the dishes are so pretty served and prepared. It looks really yummy :)

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Angie Anew January 3, 2013 at 7:04 PM

Thank you! Now… let’s see if I can keep it up. ;)

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Tracy Cook January 6, 2013 at 8:54 AM

How do you prepare your carmelized brussel sprouts? They look delicious! I am planning to start the Whole30 for the first time in about a week (after I return from a work trip) and I am so glad that I found your blog. Your food looks delicious!

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Angie Anew January 6, 2013 at 9:29 AM

Hi Tracy! For the brussels sprouts: First I prep them by removing outer layers and cutting them in half. Then I dress them in a combo of olive oil and a little fish sauce (Red Boat Fish Sauce contains no sugar). Then I heat some clarified butter in a pan on medium. I put the brussels in the pan, cut side down and let them brown. Then I flip them. Then I eat them! (Usually with a little lime juice spritzed on top.)

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Tracy Cook January 6, 2013 at 10:23 AM

Thank you!! I will try that. They look so good.

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