While I'm nowhere near the end of this process, I do think it's good to look back to see progress and learn from mistakes.
Such a well-rounded dish! It has protein, carbs, fat; you can eat it for any meal; it's easy to see when it's done; it's relatively inexpensive; and once you have a "base recipe", the options are endless.
My big goals for February are to watch my macros more closely and to up my water intake in a huge way. With these in mind, I looked for lower carbohydrate-filled recipes and decided to increase my portions of vegetables--a water-rich food.
The media is telling us it's time to kick all of our nasty habits, lose weight, change careers, and empty our homes in a bid to be "minimalist"--whatever that means.
You can't give up a lifetime of eating for pleasure in two weeks.
And as with last week, I'm only putting breakfast, my am snack, and lunch on Monday because they're the same every day.
I thought I would review last week's meal plan to talk about what I liked and what worked especially well. I promise to do my very best to keep this brief!