Breakfast: Nutty Granola and milk (this is by far my favourite granola so far, but I'm going to have to modify it for salicylate content)
Lunch: First I had a salad of mesclun leaves plus some cottage cheese and hummus, with two rice wafers spread with cream cheese. Then I decided to have one piece of the gluten-free raisin bread my husband had bought (it did smell so good!) with a little butter. My daughter came home, and really wanted some pancakes, so I helped her experiment, and we came up with Healthy Pancakes or Crepes/Wraps. Of course, I had to try a small one, with whipped cream and just a wee drizzle of pure maple syrup. Ok, more food than I really needed, but hey - it's Sunday ;-)
Snacks: I had one square of very dark chocolate - Lindt 85% - because I wanted to see what it tasted like (not something I'd want to eat on it's own often). Very dark chocolates for baking are considered ok on a sugar-free diet, as while there is still a very small amount of sugar in them, by the time you use a little in a batch of baking, it's negligible.
Dinner: A recipe I modified as an experiment - Pulled Pork with Cauli Cream and steamed broccoli - it was very tasty but high in salicylates. Result - almost no sleep! :-(
Dessert: A small piece of my daughter's sugar and gluten free chocolate cake from yesterday, with a spoonful of Greek yoghurt and a tsp full of whipped cream.
How I feel: I slept for only about an hour last night. My daughter is also not sleeping well. I will post more about food intolerances separately, but I've concluded we're going to have to go very low salicylate, amines and glutamates, at least for a while. Sleep is essential to proper health and function!