I woke up late and NOT hungry. (Could it have been the late-nite pork and avocado snack?)
For today's breakfast, I had planned to try some protein powder, but switched to plan B. I enjoyed real green tea from trading partner Alberto, a "pastured" egg from partner Beryl, kumquats from partner Chris and garden vegetables like kale and kohlrabi.
I continued cleaning out the fridge while monitoring the pressure cooker full of beans. FULL OF BEANS? How paleo is that? I am cooking them in meat broth. Is this a cheat? Usually I save cooking broth in the fridge and then throw it away a week later. Or, if I am really organized, I carefully freeze it and then throw it out a couple of years later. The freezer is already mostly full, and I'll need that last inch or so of space for the kumquats. There isn't enough room for a jar of anything, so into my mouth it goes. Throughout the challenge, I will be making use of meat fats that are usually thrown away. I think there are still a couple of ham bones in the freezer, but I can't remember who gave me what.
I get $3.07 a day actual cash (that's $3.22 a day minus the cost of the garden) and I will be in "a deficit situation" for a few days before paying off the coconut oil. Ahh, I feel thinner already, and the freezer does too.
Details re: what I am actually eating are posted here.