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It was a great start to the day… I got up for an early morning Pilates Class here in Potomac, MD. I love the reformer Pilates Classes here!!!! It makes me feel good!!

Breakfast: 1Tsp  Barley Max Powder mixed with 4-8oz of Distilled Water

Then I came home and made my Mid Morning  8oz Juice of Carrot, Cucumber, Celery Juice.

HINT: Celery juice contains organic sodium combined with many minerals the body requires.  

For lunch, I mixed the Barley Max with water and had that 30 minutes before I splurged on 2 pears… that’s what the 14 day eating plan called for on Day 2.

Tuesday Lunch Pears As the day progressed, Mike and I went out and did some errands. Before we left though, I made Mid Afternoon 8oz Juice of  Carrot, Cucumber, Celery Juice for the road… While we were out and about, we realized it was 4pm in the afternoon already. I was starting the get a little hungry and Mike wanted to stop and have a cocktail somewhere local and low key.  

So we stopped off at Wildfire Restaurant in Tysons Corner Mall… where I had a glass of Pinot Grigio and we ordered a Greek Salad with no Cheese. We ended up having a couple of spoonfuls of the salad and then left for home.

For Dinner: I was still a little hungry and wanted to get back on track with the eating, so I mixed my Barley Max and had my drink and proceeded to make Zucchini Salad and Bake a Sweet Potato.

I preheated the oven to 40 degrees and put the Sweet Potatoes in for 4 minutes. And I ate it with some seasonings, or a sweet potato is also great plain!.

Zucchini Salad

Zucchini Salad

Zucchini Salad:

Ingredients:

1 Medium Zucchini

2 Sprigs Parsley

1Carrot

2Green Onions

3Stalks Celery

1/2Red Pepper

2 Tomatoes

2Radishes

Dressing: 2Tbls. Olive Oil

2Tbls White Wine Vinegar

Paprika

Cumin

Celtic Salt

Dried Onions

Directions: Quarter Zucchini lengthwise and slice thinly, chop parsley, grate carrot, thinly slice green onions and tops, dice celery, chop red pepper, cut tomatoes into wedges, finely chop radishes, combine all ingredients and stir gently. Top with dressing and serve with leaf lettuce or on the side alone.

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I took my Carrot Juice with me, while I did my running around this afternoon, which means I didn’t grab lunch before I left. But good thing happened along the way, one of the magazines I picked up to read at one of my appointments had some really good recipes.  

They both looked really good, and were in my requirements of eating only Raw Foods. Plus, I wanted to eat light, because the scale is not my friend these days.!!!! So I decided to make them after I got home. There was the Apple, Pear and Walnut Salad for which I had all the ingredients. And the Whole Grain Rigatoni recipe I had to do some modifications with. The Rigatoni called for Cheese(no cheese please), I didn’t have Crushed Red Pepper or Cauliflower and I didn’t use Rigatoni Pasta. So in place of those two ingredients, I used Cheyenne Pepper, Paprika and Asparagus. And amazingly, they were both easy and fast to prepare. I got home around 3p.m. and the food was ready by 3:30ish.

New Recipes

Apple, Pear and Walnut Salad

Apple, Pear and Walnut Salad:

2Tbls. Red Wine Vinegar

21/2Tbls. Orange Juice

1 Orange, Zested

1/2Cup Raisins

4 Apples (2-3 different kinds)

2 Pears

2/3Cup Walnuts, toasted & chopped

2Tbls. Olive Oil

Sea Salt

Directions:

In a large bowl whisk together vinegar, orange juice, zest and raisins. Core and cube apples and pears. Add fruit and walnuts to a bowl and drizzle with oil. Toss well to combine. Season with salt to taste and refrigerate for one hour before serving.

New Recipes

Whole Grain Riganoti

Whole Grain Rigatoni:

4Tbsp. Olive Oil

1 Medium Yellow or Red Onion, thinly sliced

6 Mint Leaves

1/2tsp. Paprika/Cheyenne Pepper

10 Sticks of Asparagus

1lb. Rigatoni Pasta

1/4Cup Parsley

Directions:

Bring 6y quarts of water to boil in a large pot and add 2 tbsp. salt. In medium saucepan, heat oil; add onion, mint and Paprika/Cheyenne Pepper. Cook until soft, about 5 to 6 minutes. Meanwhile, chop Asparagus into 1/4-inch pieces and throw all the pieces into the saucepan with the onions. Lower heat to medium and cook, stirring regularly for 12 to 15 minutes, until Asparagus is softened. Cook Pasta according to package instructions until al dente and drain in colander. Reserve some of the water and add to the Asparagus, Oil & Onion mix. Toss hot pasta and Parsley with the rest of the mix already in the pan and serve immediately.

For dinner, I had another new recipe. I made Fresh Vegetable Salad mix with an Oil and Vinegar Dressing.

New Recipes

Fresh Vegetable Salad

Fresh Vegetable Salad:

1 Orange Bell Pepper

5 Sticks of Asparagus

1 Avocado

1 Tomato

4 Small Pickle Cucumbers

1/2 Cup Chick Peas

Oil & Vinegar Dressing:

2Tbls. Olive Oil

2Tbls. White Wine Vinegar

Sea Salt

Coriander

Paprika

Cheyenne Pepper

Dried Onion Flakes

Directions:

Chop up Pepper, Avocado, Asparagus, Tomato, and Cucumbers into 1/4-inch cubes or bite sized pieces. Add Oil, Vinegar, Chick Peas, and Seasonings and toss to coat the vegetables.  

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