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I’m really lovin’ this walking every morning. It’s very invigorating. I’m noticing muscles forming and my body getting tighter. It’s not even hard anymore to wake up at 6:30 am or 7:30am to get dressed and hit the road, even with temps in the lower 40’s and 30’s.

The walking is great cardiovascular and it also helps clear my mind to remind me of what I need to do that day.  And Wednesday, I had a Dental Appointment to get my teeth cleaned. Afterwards, I decided to do a little grocery shopping to pick up some odds and ends to last me until Friday before we hit the road for D.C.

I stopped into a couple of little boutiques and bought some things for the house… and headed home for a Green Salad and Minestrone Soup Lunch. I finally finished off the Salad I made earlier in the week (because Mike doesn’t eat the salads I make!) and ate a bowl of My Minestrone Soup with Whole Wheat Bread Slices.

While I was eating, I had the chance to sit down and watch another Old movie on TMC Wednesday Afternoon. This one was a movie with Lucille Ball and Dezi Arnez. Right now, I can’t remember the name of it, but it also had James Mason in it. Cute movie.!!!

For dinner, I had the chance to make this White Bean Soup I had my eye on since the beginning of the week. I’ve wanted to make a soup with some beans in it, and the White Bean Soup sounded really good. I ended up using the White Beans in the Minestrone Soup and again for the White Bean Soup. Another bonus for this recipe was, that I realized I had frozen some Vegetable Soup Stock and needed to use it.

I warmed up the remaining slices of the Whole Wheat Bread and waited until Mike made his Cucumber, Tomato Salad with Lemon Dressing.

Cucumber Tomato w/Lemon Dressing

Cucumber Tomato Salad w/Lemon Dressing

Mike’s Cucumber, Tomato Salad w/Lemon Dressing:

Ingredients:

4Small Cucumbers

4Tomatoes

1/2Lemon

4Garlic Cloves

Celtic Sea Salt

Directions:

Wash, Peel and chop the Cucumbers and Tomatoes into a bowl. Cut half of a Lemon and squeeze onto the Salad. Mince Garlic Cloves and add Celtic Sea Salt to taste. Mix and Serve. 

White Bean Soup

White Bean Soup

White Bean Soup:

Ingredients:

2Cups White Beans

2Cups Onions

1Cup Broccoli

1Cup Red Bell Pepper

1Cup Yellow Squash

2Cups Vegetable Soup Stock

Celtic Sea Salt

Basil, Oregano, Rosemary

Directions:

Soak beans overnight and drain. Or drain beans from can, place in pot with soup stock and cook for 1 1/2hours if they are uncooked adding more soup stock or distilled water if needed. While beans are cooking, chop Onions, Broccoli, Squash, and Pepper. Add these vegetables, seasonings and Celtic Sea Salt to the beans and cook an additional hour.

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After a replay of Saturday Mornings breakfast… we visited a bit longer.  We talked about how each of us is doing after having the Ear Candling done.

Sitting Around Table

Sitting Around Table Ear CandlingFirst Time Ear Candling

She said, she felt good and didn’t have her sinuses bothering her and claims she slept better. I admitted I slept pretty deep as well and am not blowing my nose every 5 minutes to wipe my runny nose!!!

I also talked with Liz about how she’s doing on her Raw Eating Plan and she told me, she’s not doing as well as she sees me doing on it. She admits, she’s not as strict with it as I am, because she’s cheating a lot on sweets and cheeses and meets. But I told her I cheat too! And it’s a struggle to get all 3 servings of the Barley Max and drinking the Carrot Juice. I really do miss my Juicing.!!!

Before you knew it, it was time for everyone to hit the road again. My girlfriend had to be back at work Monday morning, and she too enjoys watching Sunday night on ABC!!!!

After they left, Mike and I went to go pick his son up from the mall, where he was dropped off. From there we decided to take a drive. We got back to the house around 3pm again. This time, Mike and his son ordered some Persian Kabob’s on the way back for food. I stayed strong and waited to get home to make my Better Than Tune Recipe… I hadn’t had it in a while and it was worth it.

 

 Better Than Tuna:

Ingredients:

2Cups Carrots

1Medium Ripe Bell Pepper

2Stalks Celery

1/2Medium Red Onion

1/2Cup Parsley

1/2Tsp. Kelp

1/2Tsp. Sea Salt/Celtic Sea Salt

4Tbls. Rhonda’s No-Oil Dressing

Directions:

Finely Chop the pepper, celery, onion and place in a bowl. Finely grate carrots, resembling carrot pulp and add the carrot to the vegetable mix. Combine 4Tbls. of Rhonda’s Dressing, Salt, Parsley and Kelp and add to the above chopped vegetables. Mix well and allow to marinate for flavors to blend. May be served on a bed of lettuce, on a sandwich, or to stuff a pita.

My Version of Rhonda’s No-Oil Dressing:

Ingredients:

1Cup Raw Almonds

1Cup Distilled Water

Soak almonds in water 24 hours or overnight, drain, and discard water. Place almonds in blender with the 1Cup of Distilled water and blend about 2 minutes until creamy. Stop the blender and add the following ingredients:

2Tsp. Nutritional Yeast Flakes

1Tsp. Kelp

2Tbsp. Lemon Juice

1/4Tsp. Sea Salt/Celtic Sea Salt

1Tbsp. Minced Parsley

2Tsp. Garlic Powder

2Tbsp. Dried Onion Flakes

1Tsp. Dill Weed

Pinch of Cayenne Pepper

1Tbsp. Raw Unfiltered Honey or 1 1/2Tbps. Chopped Dates

Blend to Mix… pour onto the vegetables and ready to serve.

Better Than Tuna

Better Than Tuna

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