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I went for an early day of  Pilates Class and learned something really great!!! After I started on the menu for the day… I went upstairs to take my shower. And  just for grins, I stepped on the scale. I showed I weighed 164lbs…. I LOST 5 MORE LBS.!!!!!

 Breakfast: 1Tsp Barley Max Powder mixed with Distilled Water

I kind of deviated from the  Mid Morning Juice by changing the required Spinach with Cucumber.

Mid Morning 8oz Carrot, Celery, Cucumber Juice

30 Minutes before lunch one serving of Barley Max Mix

Lunch: Plums until satisfied

Mid Afternoon 8oz Carrot, Cucumber, Celery Juice

30 Minutes before dinner one serving of Barley Max Mix 

For Dinner… I got home a bit late and only soaked the lentils since the morning, because I forgot to soak them the night before. Needless to say, I didn’t get to the grocery store as planed and I didn’t make the Confettie Coleslaw. 😦

Supper: Lentil Loaf, Steamed Vegetables and Confetti Coleslaw

 

Lentil Loaf Friday Menu

Lentil Loaf Friday Menu

Lentil Loaf:

Ingredients:

2stalks of Celery

2Cups lentils

1/2Cup Whole Grain Bread Crumbs

1/2Tsp. Dried Sage

1/2Cup Almonds

6Cups Vegetable Soup Stock

1Cup Scallions

1/2Cup Wheat Germ

1/2Cup Sunflower Seeds

1Tbls Nutritional Yeast

Directions: Soak Lentils in distilled water for 24 hours. Add fresh distilled water or soup stock and bring to a boil. Cook for 10 minutes or until most of the moisture is absorbed. Drain any excess  moisture. Chop scallions, dice celery, and steam saute until tender. Grind almonds into a fine meal. Combine all ingredients and mix well, place in a non-stick or liquid lecithin-lined loaf pan and bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes, or until firm.

Steamed Veggies Friday Menu

Steamed Veggies Friday Menu

Steamed Vegetables:

Ingredients:

2Yellow Squash

2Zucchini

Paprika

Cumin

Dried Onion Flakes

Celtic Salt

Directions: Wash and cut both veggies and steam saute in pot. Add seasonings and mix to serve.

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