This morning before I left for work I filled the crock pot with everything to make drip beef or Mississippi pot roast (they are both about basically the same recipe). But, instead of using beef I used venison and added a couple heaping teaspoons of bacon fat in it. Fat is good people, fat is good 🙂
I grabbed my breakfast and lunch and left the house without taking my omeprazole, L-Glutamine, coconut oil, or turmeric. We’ll see what happens. This could inadvertently speed up the weaning off omeprazole process. Yesterday I started taking an even lower dosage that calculates to 20mg which is half of my prescribed amount.
I was in a hurry to get the dinner dishes done, kitchen cleaned, and breakfast and lunches made last night so I could settle in and start on a few library books I picked up yesterday. Joel Salatin is an American farmer whose is the owner and operator of Polyface Farm in Swoope, Virginia. He is the author of many books regarding alternative farming, often calling himself a grass farmer, letting the animals do all the work of tending to the farming processes without industrial pesticides or fertilizers. He is doing it the right way y’all.
Anyway… apparently I was in too much of a hurry because as I was making my overnight oats, I forgot to put the tablespoon of maple syrup in them. I didn’t realize it of course till this morning….
Here is a picture of my breakfast and lunch for today (and my love for wide mouth mason jars, of all sizes) 🙂
But after my first bite of unsweetened overnight oats, I decided to save that till tomorrow when I can properly sweeten it and instead I went with this….
Honey wheat bread with peanut butter and jelly.
- Breakfast: honey wheat bread with peanut butter and jelly and a apple
- Lunch: salad in a jar with a creamy avocado dressing that I experimented with last night and turned out lovely.
- Dinner: Z’s venison with mashed potatoes and roasted asparagus
Sometimes I include recipes sometimes I don’t… if you ever want one of my recipes just let me know and I’ll gladly share it. 🙂
Y’all have a great day!
Till Next Time,