PaleoKim’s 21 Day Sugar Detox Journal Entry – DAY 13


Why was yoga so hard today? I’m not sure either but it was – I had no balance. I blame the banola from last night.

KIM’S BREAKFAST: I had absolutely no time this morning to eat the grapefruit (yes I know – I should make time) so I ate some organic trail mix – don’t worry – no peanuts or raisins – it has goji berries and its called the Machu Pichu mix!)

KIM’S LUNCH: Ate some Jalapeno Dijon chicken and salad while I caught up on Sons of Anarchy. Oh Jax – how I love you.

KIM’S SUPPER: Went out for supper with some old friends and caught up on over 15 years of life! We went to Moxies and I ordered the herb crusted chicken with green beans, cherry tomatoes and instead of potatoes I asked for their seasonal roasted veggies which happened to be Brussels sprouts and butternut squash. In all fairness I have to mention that there was a medallion of goat cheese on it and I did eat it. I AM A CHEATER!! Well, not really, goat cheese is Paleo friendly…But everyone else was drinking wine and I stuck with water so I am feeling self righteous anyway. AND I did not eat the warm white chocolate brownie OR the pecan caramel cheesecake. Yes – very self righteous indeed!

FAMILY’S SUPPER: NonPaleoMark had to go to the dentist and based on the takeout bag, he stopped off at St. Huberts for some roasted chicken, fries and, even though he tried to hide it, a piece of sugar pie.

SNACK: No snack tonight – I came home too late and had too much writing to do!!

Beet & Goat Cheese Tower

Don’t judge, just try! My mom loves beets and would eat them as a side with any meal, while offering my sister and I the same opportunity. I never accepted. I was not a beet eater. That was until 5 days ago when my sister mentioned this recipe and knowing how my taste buds have changed since being Paleo, I thought I would give it a try.

I’m making it again in two days.

I roasted these in the over at 375 for approximately 45 minutes (until they become potato soft), skinned them and then cut them into slices to make this tasty tower. For the original recipe, please click HERE.

SIDE NOTE: Gouda Goat cheese was used.

Thanks Dana Kayal!

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