Apples; Pecans; Bananas and Cream;
Unfired wafers; seeded raisins; milk
For breakfast, I had a big heaping bowl of sliced apples, bananas, and chopped pecans.
I had Raw Sea Crackers for a snack in the afternoon, and then had dinner of pineapple and banana slices slathered in almond butter–a favorite snack of mine, historic diet or no. Later in the evening, I had almonds and dates as a snack.
Compared to other historic diets I’ve been on, this one is a breeze. I’m not really craving anything–I would “like” bread and I would “like” a cup of tea, but it’s not a desperate situation.
I got to sit down to lunch with my boyfriend today, who is also sticking to a raw diet this week. We’ve been working opposite schedules, so it’s been a couple of days since we’ve talked.
“How is this experience for you?” I asked.
“Fine. I’ve been eating enough.”
“How’s your poop?”
“Me too!! And it floats!” And it’s frequent. I’ve got bowels John Harvey Kellogg would be proud of.