Friday, January 25, 2008

Happily Defined!

As I stated in a previous post, I have lowered my avocado intake and increased the amounts of Nuts & Seeds I eat. I have began to notice my body becoming more muscularly defined!!! How exciting! I haven’t increased my exercise routine at all. Actually, it has decreased because I am in the process of travelling and doing lectures. This inspires me to do more resistance exercising to see what happens.

Yesterday January 21st I ate:

1:30 PM - Meal 1:
1/4 Avocado
3 Tablespoon of Tahini
2 teaspoons of cut up green onions
1 Small Handful of lentil sprouts
1 Tablespoon of mixed sprouts
4 medium diced up “Black Russian” and “red” Tomatoes
**all the above mushed with a fork in a bowl
cabbage to wrap the above in and EAT
4:30 PM Green Vegetable Juice
5:30 PM - Meal 2: YUM!!!
2 small bananas
4 tablespoons of ground flax
1 tablespoon of tahini
1 handful of mulberries
All Mushed and mixed with a fork

Since we have been travelling, my consistent amounts and times of eating are all out of WHACK! I am continually on the go and don’t always have food. These next few days of meals, you will see me eating about 3 meals a day. As you see, they are mainly a small amount of fruit which is not nearly as satiating as my standard meals. Fruit is pretty much solid sugar water. (hmmm?) I have actually been going to bed hungry. It is amazing how it is so easy for me to go to bed hungry these days compared to when I first started. I used to freak out, thinking I couldn’t go on or make it until the next day. I was envoloped in FEAR! Now I don’t even thing twice and it is fun and exciting. 8 years baby!

January 22nd I ate:

11:45 AM less then a pound of RIPE Fresh figs Straight from the TREE!
1:30 PM
Green Smoothie
4:00 PM
1/4 Avocado
3 Tablespoon of Tahini
**all the above mushed with a fork in a bowl
Butter Lettuce to wrap the above in and EAT
8:00 PM
1/2 Honeydue Melon (after Lecture)

Janyary 23rd I ate:

11:45 AM Green Juice
1:00 AM 1 pound of RIPE Fresh figs Straight from a TREE!
4:00 PM - Meal 2:
1/4 Avocado
3 Tablespoon of Tahini
1 teaspoon of powdered kelp
5 medium diced up “red” Tomatoes
2 teaspoons of green onions
**all the above mushed with a fork in a bowl
Butter Lettuce to wrap the above in and EAT
7:00 PM
250 grams of blueberries

Today, January 24th I ate:

9:00 AM
1 pound of figs & Nectarines
2:45 PM
1/4 Avocado
1 handful of sprouts
3 Tablespoon of Tahini & Pumpkin Seed Butter
1 tablespoon of Dulse flakes
4 medium diced up redTomatoes
Teaspoon of all natural pesto mixture from place we are staying
**all the above mushed with a fork in a bowl
Butter Lettuce to wrap the above in and EAT
2 bananas
3 – 4 tablespoons of ground up almonds, flax, and pumpkin seeds
1 small handful of goji berries
1 cut up dried fig
All mushed with a fork

And now... What you have all been waiting for... THE PIZZA RECIPE:

1 cup of buckwheat
1/2 - 1 cup of coconut powder
1 teaspoon of celtic sea salt
Soak the buckwheat for a few hours. Put it in the food processor and add the salt and coconut powder until you have a dough consistency. Spread the dough on a pizza pan.

1 large avacado
1 - 1 1/2 packets of alive hummus - sun dried tomato flavor (or whatever else you fancy)
4 medium tomatoes diced
1 medium tomatoe sliced thinly
1/4 packet of sun dried tomatoes
Coconut powder
Other Misc. toppings - ex, onions, bell pepper, etc Mush the avocado with the Alive Hummus. Add the diced tomatoes in and mix thoroughly. Spread this mixture on top of the pizza crust. Sprinkle coconut powder all over the top of it to absorb the moisture on top. Add the thinly sliced tomatos, dried tomatoes and other toppings to the pizza and ENJOY!!


Allison said...

Hey, Matt

I have "tagged" you with the "Inspirational Blogger Award"! Back in 2006 you first inspired me during my rough journey to raw. It's great to see your blog and to know you're still out there telling your story. This is a fun (but meaningful) award that is given out by individuals who have been inspired by a blog. Someone tagged me with it, and I am now passing it along to the people who inspired me. You were, of course, the first person to come to mind. Thanks a lot for being an inspiration to me.

Isle Dance said...

Due to the sugar content in fruit, I've wondered how a fruitarian manages a balanced diet. I'm sticking to organic raw vegan, but have wondered about the others.