Breakfast: bacon, eggs x 2, grilled tomato
Lunch: beef burger, mashed carrot, broad beans
Supper: chicken, avocado, bacon & rocket salad
Snacks: beef jerky, small piece dark chocolate
Beverages: lemon juice in water (1), black tea & milk (several), coffee with cream (1), water (several), dandelion tea (1)
- Tesco selling 2 blocks Anchor Butter (from New Zealand pasture fed cows but salt added) for £2. I used a 40p off voucher and got 2 for £1.60 – that’s half price.
- Sainsburys selling prepacked Parma ham slices for 1/2 price
Watching the pennies: The beef burgers that we had for lunch were Duchy Originals from Waitrose made from cattle reared on a diet rich in grass and forage. The price is £2.99 for a pack of 4. I bought them on offer at 2 packs for £5. Each burger cost only 63p (75p at full price). And weighing at just under 31/2 oz one burger is about spot on for the amount of protein to include in a meal. Eating well doesn’t have to cost a lot.
In the kitchen:
- Curing: belly pork (makin’ bacon)
- Fermenting: sauerkraut
In the garden:
- Picking: broad beans, strawberries
- Planting: aubergine, tomato, courgette
Move around a lot at a slow pace: 2 hour walk, a couple of hours gardening
Lift heavy things: watering pots with watering cans
- 30-up single leg preparatory exercise
- 100-up minor
Sleep/Rest: circa 5 hours sleep
Avoid trauma: Yes.
Avoid Poisons: Broad beans
Use your mind:
- taught yoga class
Primal Challenge (avoid using p.c. after 7pm): Yes.
Anne’s Primal Challenge (100-up): Yes.