|The view on a walk to work. I love London.|
My diet has been bang on this week, if a bit repetitive. Cinnamon porridge with berries for breakfasts and home made thai flavoured turkey burgers for lunch every day (I didn't want these every day but the lovely Diana defrosted all my turkey mince. It's OK though, they're tasty and super healthy) and evening meals have been just as healthy. If you're worried about healthy food being boring then get into making curries and Thai food, you can take all the starchy carbs and sugar and processed rubbish out of your diet and still have exciting food if you're cooking with spices and fresh herbs which are so good for you. The best thing I've made though is laab moo, a Thai dish that my trainer/guru/spirit animal Kat introduced me too, it's minced pork with lots of spices and fresh herbs and it's the proverbial dog's bollocks, I'm going to be making this a lot. Check out this recipe, I skipped the toasted rice (keep it low carb innit?!), used a load of fresh basil, coriander and mint and also added some deseeded tomatoes at the very end, so it's hardly authentic but seriously tasty and nutritious too. I can also report that leftovers makes for a fantastic breakfast with a couple of runny eggs on top.
|Thai turkey burgers. These pics are a recipe, just add fish sauce.|
|Breakfasts continue to be awesome.|
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