This week: 2 heads of green leaf lettuce, a bunch of carrots, basil, 4 cucumbers, 6 zucchini, and scallions.
We've found that cauliflower is super versatile and takes on the flavor of things you add to it. This makes it a great candidate to turn into a mash.
During our Whole 30, one of our go-to breakfast options on weekends were bowls of delicious veggies, meat, and eggs. We usually only eat two big meals on weekend days, so this is larger and more filling than a breakfast we'd eat during the week. It fills us up and keeps us going until dinner.
We successfully finished the Whole 30! Here is how it went, what we learned, and what we plan on doing going forward.
We pushed through some tough days and stayed on the path. We also got creative with our meals this week.
Waking up easier, dry beef in the stew, all bacon has sugar in it, brunching without alcohol, and Valentine's day without chocolate.
Starting February 1 Amanda and I are doing a Whole 30. Here is what we did to prep for success.