Sunday Breakfast: Low salicylate Nutty Granola & milk
Sunday Lunch: A friend had told me about a pie place in Palmerston North that does gluten-free pies, so we decided to try it for lunch after church. Between the four of us, we ordered three varieties, and split two pottles of chips while we were waiting. The pies were ok, but none of us thought we'd bother with them again. Plus they were strong in the pepper and tomato department, so not good for our food sensitivities either.
Saturday Dinner: Simple Beef Casserole with steamed broccoli and a lettuce salad. One of my daughters was going to a ball, so we ate early. The looked surprised there was no rice or other carb with dinner, but it was filling and yummy without it.
Saturday Dessert: Feeling in the mood for a chocolate-y indulgence, I made a batch of Rich Chocolate Mousse and my husband and I enjoyed it with ample whipped cream while watching a DVD.
Sunday Dinner: We decided to keep it simple, and each person made their own dinner. I had bacon and eggs on toast plus some left over roast chicken. Later my husband and I had some rice crackers with sour cream while watching a DVD
How I feel: Sleeping pretty well, which is great. I've noticed that I can get away with some salicylates at lunch time, but if I eat them at dinner time, they will keep me awake. My daughter seems to be the same with her food sensitivities. Keeping the evening very low in our difficult foods seems to be the key to good sleep.