I finally made it to the store to get a bit more variety. I bought more eggs (great sale!), some cheese, braunschweiger, cream and Persian cucumbers. I toyed with the idea of buying brie, but ended up with a cheaper cheddar block. I also found some cooked "fresh" mussels on quicksale, but the package was HUGE and I didn't want to risk it. I haven't ever eaten them in this form before.
I have $18.01 in the kitty. OK, time for the macadamia nuts? Not so fast. The butter is running out.
For my meals, I finished up the bean soup and sugar-free Jello from trader Humberto, had lunchtime coffee from traders Ingrid and Jerry, enjoyed morning tea from trader Olga, oranges from trader Noel, tangerines and lemons from trader Humberto. I made lots of tea, mostly lemon balm, mint medley and chocolate mint. Of course, nasturtium blossoms and purslane for lunch.
The bone broth turned out really well, so I have that for breakfast too.
The huge treat for both days was the lamb. I made burgers with lots of dehydrated zucchini and pepper, olive brine, and a ton of greek oregano. I ate them wrapped with cheese in large leaves of lettuce. Then I couldn't stop eating them!
I ran into a trading partner on my shopping trip, and that is always a nice treat. She yelled, "Hey! Thanks for the fennel, it was wonderful."