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Not long to write about today but there isn’t much to report, anyway. I measured and am down by something like a quarter of an inch. Since my salt binge, my weight was up a pound but I’m sure that’s fluid.

Did all of my exercises. Breakfast was a banana/mango/red leaf lettuce/romaine smoothie.

I sunned for 1/2 hour and listened to some music for awhile since I hadn’t transferred my files but quit and let my entertainment be the critters.

Came in and had some watermelonade.

My daughter called and we talked for 1.5 hours. I sunned for 30 minutes of that.

Lunch was zucchini spaghetti and Magic Tomato Sauce. Then I had some “chili” with Tajin followed by an ear of sweet corn. I topped everything off with a large salad of red leaf lettuce, cucumber, and tomato dressed with lime juice, olive oil, agave, sea salt, garlic and onion powders. So…you can see that I was most intemperate. I made some “hummus” by Frederic’s recipe but I figured it needed some time to blend the flavors so I only tasted it and didn’t actually eat any of it.

Special Hummus
2 cups peeled zucchini, chopped
1 Tbs. olive oil
1 and 1/2 lemon, juice of
3/4 cup sesame seeds (hulled)
3/4 tsp. sea salt
2 garlic cloves
1 tsp. paprika

Blend all of the ingredients in your Vita-Mix or food processor. Be sure that you use hulled sesame seeds, which are white. If you use a food processor, you should grind the seeds beforehand in a coffee grinder. Serve with vegetables.

I never developed much of a taste for hummus but I figured it would be something different. I think it’s the sesame seeds that give it a “whang” I don’t care for.

So now, I am going to bed.

2 Responses to 115794121782761437

  1. Heidi September 11, 2006 at 10:02 pm #

    I’d have to agree with the sesame seeds…

    They have a taste that can be a little odd. It’s just not my favorite seed flavor.

    I’ve been tempted to make some flax seed hummus. Would that be too weird?

    ~ Heidi

  2. Tommie September 12, 2006 at 7:01 am #

    If you try it with the flax seed and it works, let me know! I’d think it might be a little “gluey” but maybe not. I think you’d probably have to run the seeds through a grinder first because they are slippery little fellers.

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