My Eats

Please note I’m simply sharing some of my daily food intake. I don’t ALWAYS eat like this every single day, and there might be some undocumented food intake as well.

Breakfast
Homemade Unsweetened Almond Milk & Banana “Pancake”

Simple green monster & avocado chicken salad

Tea Eggs

Avocado Egg Salad

Lunch/Dinner (Main Dishes)
Chicken patties with steamed bok choy

Easy Seaweed Medley Stir Fry, Minced Meat & Mixed Veggie Quiche and Steamed Spinach

Beef Stew with steamed veggies

Braised Sweet and Sour Chicken, steamed spinach and pureed butternut squash soup

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  1. Tatianna
    Tatianna at | | Reply

    Wow I have never heard of tea eggs, how do you make them?

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Hi Tati,

      Here’s the link to the recipe: http://delightfultastebuds.com/2010/12/25/christmas-and-more-recipes/

      It was old and I am planning to update it with a better step but haven’t got a chance to do yet. But you could give it a try and let me know.

      Here’s another blog that has tea egg recipe as well: http://mummyicancook.blogspot.com/2011/04/tea-leaf-eggs.html

      Jos

  2. Jos
    Jos at | | Reply

    Hi Kharla,

    Thanks for visiting and granted eating healthy doesn’t always have to be expensive. Just cut out all processed food and pretty much you’re good to go. Also I recommend you visit this http://www.everydaypaleo.com for some ideas of cooking healthy food for a family. Hope this helps! 🙂 Happy BodyRocking!

  3. RAWR. Eating Paleo. Living Out Loud. Flying by the Seat of My Pants

    Fabulous pictures! What kind of camera do you use? I sorely need to learn the basics of food photography.

    Samantha

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Sorry for the late reply. I’m using a point and shoot camera- The pictures you see in this post are mainly taken by Canon SD600. For the newer posts, I used Canon SD1400IS (also point and shoot).

      Pretty much just need to learn how to set up your camera. Basic rule is always turn on the macro setting (the flower symbol) when taking any food picture.Also need enough light (natural light is the best) 🙂

  4. katshealthcorner
    katshealthcorner at | | Reply

    Those are making me hungry! 😀

    xoxo
    Kathleen

  5. Kath (Eating for Living)
    Kath (Eating for Living) at | | Reply

    Mmmmmmmmmm, these look really good! 😀

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