Friday, October 18th, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal

Mini Breakfast #1

Mini Breakfast #2

Roe

Roe

  • 1 T Roe with fresh lemon juice
  • Raw cashews
  • Dark Chocolate (85% dark, organic, and fair trade)

Lunch

  • 2 slices Vanilla Paleo Bread
  • Raw carrots and celery

Dinner

  • 4 Gently scrambled (pasture raised) eggs
  • Steamed cauliflower with lemon chive grass fed butter

 

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Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

Recipe: Coffee Shake

 

Morning Mocha Protein - looks like a lot of stuff, and I guess it is, but it still only takes a couple of minutes to make.

Coffee Shake – looks like a lot of stuff, but it still only takes a couple of minutes to make.

I get asked a lot about the things my family eats. Here’s the breakfast Greg usually has. Lucky for me, he’s happy to have the same thing day in and day out. On occasion, I rotate other things into his breakfast options, but I’d say the one he gets most often is his Coffee Shake, and he LOOOOOVES it. I love it because (it’s easy and) I can make this hours before he wakes up and it’s sitting in the refrigerator for him.

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Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal

Omnivore Foodie Journal

Cinnamon Sugar Paleo Bread. Mint Avocado Cucumber Salad. Slow Cooker Buttered Cabbage. Sous Vide Eggs.

Dinner: Cinnamon Sugar Paleo Bread. Mint Avocado Cucumber Salad. Slow Cooker Buttered Cabbage. Sous Vide Eggs.

Mini Breakfast #1

  • Pint Norwalk Pressed Organic Green Juice (cucumbers, romaine, cilantro, mint, celery)
  • Raw Organic Macadamia nuts (I now consume fat with my green juice to better absorb some nutrients from the juice. I used to drink it on an empty stomach and I think I was wrong doing that.)
  • Kamea had organic dried blueberries, raw organic cashews, Cinnamon Sugar Paleo Bread, and she nursed.

Mini Breakfast #2

Lunch

Fresh Norwalk Pressed Juice

Fresh Norwalk Pressed Juice

Snack

  • 1 cup Norwalk Pressed Organic Green Juice (same as above)
  • a few macadamia nuts
  • Kamea scarfed down a bunch of dried organic blueberries and raw organic cashews along with a few bites of grass fed braunschweiger

Dinner

  • Sous Vide Eggs
  • Slow Cooker purple cabbage (serving the eggs on the cabbage pictured above like my Carrot Nested Poached Eggs)
  • Cucumber Avocado Salad
  • Kamea shared this

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Sunday, September 1st, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal

Omnivore Food Journal

Cinnamon Sugar Bread

Cinnamon Sugar Paleo Bread

Mini Breakfast #1

Mini Breakfast #2 

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Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal
Iced Decaf Bulletproof Coffee

Iced Decaf Bulletproof Coffee

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Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in Bulletproof Coffee, food journal, kamea

Omnivore Food Journal…

A snapshot like this into my day doesn’t tell the whole picture, because I try to eat with “a week in mind” (though you’ve seen that I’ve had many days started with Decaf Bulletproof Coffee, it’s not always the case). Here’s a day from my journal for Kamea (my 3 yo) and myself.

BREAKFAST

Cinnamon Paleo Bread

Cinnamon Paleo Bread

  • Kamea had Cinnamon Paleo Bread spread with organic grass fed High Vitamin Butter Oil as well as a dish of frozen organic cherries and a scoop of grass fed bison braunschweiger. She’s a fan of braunschweiger and liver. Personally, one way I find it easier to get down is by eating a small bite of it with something else. Most people would use crackers but since we don’t eat crackers often, I have it with sliced cucumber or a berry or olive. Kamea’s vitamins for the day: Vitamins (d3/k2) pill.
  • My breakfast was: Bulletproof iced coffee. This version was using the upgraded beans (mix of both decaf and regular) blended with 1 teaspoon high vitamin butter oil, 1 tablespoon organic coconut oil, 1 tablespoon MCT oil, 2 tablespoons Straus European grass fed butter, and the upgraded vanilla. I then pour it over ice (during the summer). Delicious. This is a common (first) breakfast for me because it’s so easy to do and keeps me satiated until I have more time to figure out a meal. Sometimes I crack in 1 to 2 pastured organic raw egg yolks. If I’m not having Bulletproof coffee, I’d say the usual for me is cooking pastured eggs using my Sous Vide Supreme and veggies. Or, I’ll join Kamea in some Paleo -style bread, organic fruit, and organic raw nuts. A very easy breakfast too.

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Friday, August 2nd, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal, ice cream, omnivore

Kamea has been weaning from breastfeeding for the past few months. As a result I’ve noticed my appetite has decreased a bit. It’s weird… I spent the past four years shoveling food in my mouth at every chance, and now I actually go more than 3 hours without food. You’d think life would be easier, yet I find myself spending more time in the kitchen than ever.

Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream

Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream

Breakfast

Lunch

  • Poached Eggs and cooked carrots with grass fed butter drizzled on top
  • Homemade White Chocolate Strawberry Ice Cream (raw eggs, cacao butter, grass fed butter, strawberries, etc).
  • Iced Herbal Tea

Dinner

  • Slow Cooker Grass fed Beef Tongue (sounds so weird… recipe coming)
  • Cauliflower Carrot Puree (recipe coming)

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Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Omnivore Food Journal

by Kristen Suzanne in food journal

Omnivore Foodie Journal

As usual, I had two mini breakfasts. My first one is to start my day with some easy calories, while I get going and taking care of my 3-year old girl, Kamea. Then, after 2 to 3 hours, I’m ready to have another breakfast with some solids.

Six-Minutes Lasagna Stack

Six-Minutes Lasagna Stack

Mini Breakfast #1

Mini Breakfast #2

  • Cinnamon Sugar Paleo Bread (recipe coming)
  • Organic blackberries.
  • Iced herbal tea

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Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Vegan to Omnivore Health Update and Foods We Eat

There are three things people keep asking of me these days…

  1. Recipes
  2. Update on our omnivore experience regarding our health since blogging about our not being vegan anymore here
  3. Foods we are eating

1) Recipes… they’re coming as you might see from the increased posting I’ve been doing. If you have special recipe requests (vegan, raw, or omnivore), I’ll try to hook you up… just tweet to me (or email) the kinds of recipes or cooking skills you’d like to see on my blog.

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Wednesday, July 24th, 2013

Food Journal: Omnivore, Gluten Free

Here’s my food journal from yesterday. Although I wouldn’t call it a strict paleo diet, it’s paleo -like. I’d say I’m a cross between Nourishing Traditions type foods and Paleo. Basically, I do Paleo plus grass fed butter… and on rare occasion I have raw grass fed cheese.

I prefer Straus European grass fed butters because of the higher fat content, but I'm at mom's and Kerrygold is what she had.

I prefer Straus European grass fed butters because of the higher fat content, but I’m at mom’s and Kerrygold is what she had, which is also nice.

++ Please note that when I post a food journal it is simply a snap shot of a day in my life. My foods vary, with intention, and you can’t always see that when I randomly post food journals. Nonetheless, people continue to ask me to post my food journals. I’ll do my best to post them more often so you get a better picture.

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