Day 3 of 3 Day diet

Here is a link to my last video blog of the 3 dat diet:

http://s134.photobucket.com/user/funkytenn1/media/Movieon28-03-2013at1920_zps2a0e118a.mp4.html

Breakfast                                                   Lunch                                                   Dinner

  • Black coffee or tea (Sweet & Low or Equal) or water
  • (0 cal)
  • 5 regular saltine crackers (70 cal)
  • 1 oz.(slice) cheddar cheese (100 cal)
  • 1 small apple (52 cal)
  • 1 hard boiled egg
    (78 cal)
  • 1 slice toast (83 cal)
  • Black coffee or tea (Sweet & Low or Equal) or water (0 cal)
  • 1 cup tuna
    (200 cal)
  • 1 cup carrots (52 cal)
  • 1 cup cauliflower (23 cal)
  • 1 cup melon (57 cal)
  • 1/2 cup regular vanilla ice cream (144 cal)
  • Black coffee or tea (Sweet & Low or Equal) or water (0 cal)
Total Calories: 222 Total Calories: 161 Total Calories: 476
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Alkaline recipe for dinner tonight…

Quinoa & butternut squash with feta and kale

Quinoa & butternut squash with feta and kale
Ingredients
70g quinoa
50g Kale
240g butternut squash (approx ½)
100g red onions
2 table spoons of olive oil
1g cumin
3 boullion
15g parsley coarsely chopped10g olive oil
50g feta
dash of mirin sauce
pepper
3g – sliced garlic
½ lemon juice
Method
Boil water with the boullion stock and quinoa for 15 minutes. Till the tales ‘sprout’ this is then done.De-skin the butternut squash and dice. Chop the onions into large chunks and put onto a baking tray with olive oil in a pre-heated oven 170 deg. Cook for 20 minutes.In a separate pan – boil the water with a lot of salt in it.  Dunk the kale into the boiling salty water for 2 minutes then drain.  While the kale was boiling in a pan put the olive oil and sliced garlic and leave to simmer for 3 minutes so that it infuses into the oil.  The pour this over the kale and a squeeze of lemon.Add the parsley olive oil, mirin and pepper to the quinoa and then serve the squash onions and kale by the side and sprinkle the feta over the top.

The picture above is what it should of turned out like, this is what it turned out to look like…

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The meal was delicious! The sweet roasted butternut squash and red onion melody worked perfectly with the feta cheese. Cooking the quinoa was easier then I thought and was a nice change from the usual cous cous suggestion. I did feel slightly unsatisfied so I would in future have a salmon fillet with it.