What I ate: October 2, 2010

Breakfast: A chorizo, green pepper, onion, jalapeno, and egg breakfast burrito.

ate.20101002.b.jpgWhen I made one like this a few days ago I made extra filling. This turns out to be a great quick breakfast, with the filling reheated for 40 seconds in the microwave and the tortilla heated in a damp towel in the microwave for 25 seconds it's a really tasty breakfast in just a couple minutes.

Lunch: Roasted pork with scallion stir-fry and rice. There are 3.3 oz. roasted pork and 5 scallions here.

Snack: 1/8 of a 5 oz. wheel of Jasper Hill Farms constant bliss cheese on two Kashi garlic and herb crackers. And a little Crossroads sauvignon blanc, 2008, Marlborough (New Zealand).

Dinner: PEI mussels with tomato, garlic, parsley, and basil over linguini with Red Hen Bakery ciabatta bread. And a little more wine.

ate.20101002.d.jpgPrince Edward Island (PEI) mussels are sustainable shellfish and are surprisingly affordable. My dozen mussels (1 serving) weighed 0.59 lbs. and cost $ 1.76. That's a pretty good deal compared to most of the food that I eat.

I might have had Absolute acai berry vodka and soda, as well.

I take the weekends off from running, but I did walk to the Hunger Mountain Coop (1.4 mile round trip) and to the Shaws (less than a mile) to get groceries.

Weight at the start of today: 114.8
Weight at the start of the next day: 114.4 Excellent!

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