Day 23

Breakfast: gf pancakes, strawberries, maple syrup, grape juice

Lunch: turkey soup and homemade smoothie: (orange juice I froze from our tree last year, blueberries, strawberries, banana, grape juice)

Dinner: we went out. It was glorious. We went to a Mongolian BBQ restaurant we love. I had lamb and chicken and bell peppers and cabbage and bean sprouts and carrots and I feel like there was at least one other vegetable. Pineapple out of a can. Wheat noodles. Soy sauce, sugar, cooking wine, vinegar, a splash of bbq oil, I winked at the sweet and sour sauce but didn’t really add much. It tasted really good.

Yesterday I woke up at 1:30am with diarrhea. I assume Toxic Smell was getting even with me. It was so tasty I don’t care. It’s been a rough few weeks of sometimes having diarrhea but not getting to eat what I want.

At 9:50 am There was a long, on the thin side (but not pencil thin, closer to a normal log)paste-like log. So it is up and down in consistency.

I’m very likely to go off-plan this weekend. Unfortunately for you all, I will tell you all about my poop as a result. You’re welcome.

3 thoughts on “Day 23

  1. inflectionpoint

    Yay! I hadn’t thought about it but Mongolian BBQ might work. It lets you assemble your meal from bits and pieces you put together, maybe you could make that work well?

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    1. Pam

      Good idea! Just keep in mind that they add oil, and sometimes I’ve seen them add a sauce / soy sauce “for flavor” (if the cooks think you didn’t have enough), which apparently sometimes has wheat / gluten. (I just learned this from dinner last month.)

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  2. P.

    The last time I saw him, my grandfather ate something and it made him vomit. Cream puffs, maybe. (My aunt is an ED for a community non-profit, they were leftovers from an event.) While his daughters were cleaning him up and fussing over him, he said that he should just not eat anything anymore.

    I have a number of food-related symptoms that I sometimes try to control and sometimes give up on. Whenever one makes me notice it, though, I channel my then-88yo-grandfather. I should just stop eating. (This happened this week, I ate an amazing pile of orange slices the candy and it was fabulous but then I could barely see and other symptoms for a few days. I did not stop eating, but I sadly watched the orange slices in the work kitchen.)

    All of this is to say, I’m delighted that you don’t seem to be saying you should give up food. I think that’s awesome.

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