What we ate today – 10/22/12

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This post is part of Homemade Mommy’s ‘what we ate today’ series. I post what both I ate and what I fed my 3 year old daughter to give this community ideas on how to eat real food and that it is possible to feed a child REAL food.

I have to say that today has been extra busy all across the board.  I am not in a cooking dinner kind of mood so I pulled out salmon which I can quickly sear.  My secret to perfectly cooked salmon every time?  I sear it in a pan on medium high heat skin side down.  I wait until about a 1/4 of an inch looks cooked and then I remove the pan from the heat and cover it. I then prepare the rest of my dinner.  By the time I am done the salmon is perfectly cooked (about 15 min sitting time in the covered pan).  Voila!

What are you making today?

Meal / Snack

Homemade Mommy

The Kiddo

Breakfast

Leftover vegetable Egg souffle from yesterday’s brunch, pickled beets, salsa, and guacamole
Yogurt with blueberries and applesauce, flax seeds and cinnamon

AM Snack

N/A
Mango fruit snacks (Thank Your Body’s recipe) and crispy pecans that I got at the farmer’s market

Lunch

Cheese quesadilla on corn, eggplant dip, kraut
Black bean taco with raw cheese on a corn tortilla, pickled beets, guacamole, sliced cucumbers and tomatoes

PM Snack

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N/A
Banana

Dinner

Seared wild sockeye salmon, rice, kale chips, our favorite sauce with a little lemon added
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I am a very busy real food mama! When I am not taking care of my 5 year old, I take time to share my real food recipes on my blog, Homemade Mommy. I finds the time for homemade cooking because eating this way has truly changed my family’s life. Ditching processed food has helped us all to heal from a number of ailments including asthma, allergies, recurrent sinus infections and ADHD. I buy organic, from family farms, local and grass-fed. I am passionate about achieving vibrant health and am happy to share tips, techniques and recipes in my eBook, The Real Food Survival Guide for Busy Moms which is an excellent resource for any busy mom (or dad) who wants to cook real food for their family but is not sure how to take the plunge.

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2 Responses to What we ate today – 10/22/12

  1. Lan Nguyen says:

    Just curious – why only you and your child? What about your hubby? :)

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