Breakfast: Nutty Granola & milk
Lunch: I had a 3-Egg Omelette, and then my younger daughter wanted to know how to make Healthy Pancakes, so I helped her make a batch, and of course had to eat one. With whipped cream. And a little butter and maple syrup. :-D
Dinner: I roasted two chickens - one for dinner and one to cut up and freeze for other meal, and make stock with, and also roasted a variety of vegetables, plus steamed broccoli and cooked up some choko (chayote), so my daughter and I could each have foods we can tolerate. I also experimented to come up with a Low-Allergen Gravy we could all have.
So, my dinner was: roast chicken, roast pumpkin, a little gravy and Simple Garlic Chokos. The rest of the family had roast chicken, roast potatoes, kumara and pumpkin, plus steamed broccoli, and gravy as desired.
How I feel: Good - slept well :-)
Other food prep:
1) I diced up the second chicken and divided it into three bags. One went in the fridge to make tomorrow's dinner, and the others in the freezer.
2) I then boiled the carcass for two hours with a little salt in a big pot of water, to make low-amine chicken stock to use in tomorrow's dinner. After it cooled, I put it in the fridge for the night.
3) Knowing we were going out for the day tomorrow, I cooked up an extra batch of Healthy Crepes (I was low on cottage cheese, but it worked fine with half the amount) and put them in a bag in the fridge ready to make lunch in the morning.
4) I also put 750g of chana dahl (yellow noodles) in a large bowl of water with 3/4 tsp baking soda to soak overnight, ready to make tomorrow's Chana Dahl Soup.