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Lovin' the jackfruit gang... Yellow, sweet, exotic, cold, and hella beneficial. Sprinkle a little cinnamon on the half thawed fruit, and your in beneficial heaven... A nice meaty texture too... I can't think of another fruit like it. If you haven't already... Go and get some! Your body, and your Asian Grocer, will thank you! Huzzah!
Breakfast was 2 organic eggs, 2 slices of Ezekiel toast, a handful of Woodstock Farms Tamari pumpkin seeds, and a handful of blueberries. Good times. Seasoned with the dulse (love it, read two blogs ago for info), dill, herbamare, and cilantro. Didn't actually juice this morn. Just had a serving left over from yesterday. Back on the boat tomorrow.
Lunch was a tin of Beach Cliff sardines in spring water, an avocado, another handful of pumpkin seeds (reg. this time), sea salt, and lemon juice, all mixed in a plastic cup at work... How fancy a feast... Whaddya' do though...?
Met my dad and grandpa at Granite City Food and Brewery for a few glasses of wine after work... Two glasses of Vendange Cabernet, and a glass of Rosemont Shiraz... Not bad for house wine... The cab sucked though... Never drink Vendange if you can help it...
Dinner was huge. Too much food... At least I won't eat again for the rest of the night... Prone to late night snacking as of late... Had a third a block of Whitewind Tempeh with sea vegetables, a good sized bag of Broccoli Normandy.. California Mix... Whatever you wanna call it... Either way it's just broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower mixed... Anyway... Threw these along with some beautiful green onions into the ol' steamer... Seasoned with Braggs', garlic, and onion powder. Phenomenal... Followed this up with three... Count 'em, THREE! slices of Ezekiel toast. Each with a bit of Eastwind Farms peanut butter, a bit of House of Herbs black strap molasses, and some cinnamon/ginger powder... You think I'd be full by this point... Was it the wine? After all that food... What did I do? Ate a whole bag of that frozen jack fruit!
Like to tell you a bit about Heartify. Heartify is a flax oil infused, dairy/chemical/additive free dark chocolate. It comes in tiny heart shaped pieces, and is SICKENINGLY good. I found it by accident the other day in a small coffee/candy shop. It has a delicious creamy texture, and you can really taste the delicious, nutty essence of the flax... First piece of chocolate I've eaten in a coon's age... Ha ha... Perhaps that's why it was so good? Nah....
Anyway. The Omega 3/6/9 fatty acids content of this stuff is impressive... You know by now the benefit/necessity of these... Also, cocoa is rich in antioxidants called flavanols. These include: Procyandins, epicatechins, and catechins. High levels of these flavanols help to ward off heart disease, cancer, asthma, and type 2 diabetes. The Omega's are even good for depression...
You can get 90 'lil pieces for $20. I guess your supposed to eat 3 a day for a month. This translates to 65 cents a day. Why don't they have a "cents" symbol on the keyboard? Bull... Pretty cheap asking price for a delicious month. The phone number to order it is,
toll free: 1-866-866-2699. You can hit www.Heartify.com too. Enjoy fellow BTD's! Peace out.