Happy Wednesday again. I feel like this week went by really fast. Maybe that’s because I’ve been super busy lately. I spent most of my weekend studying but got to take a little break to go to my friend Stacey’s wedding on Sunday.

Work has been keeping me busy too. And it’s virtually stress-free, which is a huge plus.

Anyway, you’re here for the food so let’s get to it.

I made myself a cheddar omelet on Sunday morning with a piece of flax bread with butter on the side.

I used two eggs and the first one I cracked open had a double yolk.

It’s been years since I’ve had one of these. I buy local, farm fresh eggs from Tolman Ranch in eastern Oregon.

I made a taco salad with Siete Foods chips on the side for lunch.

These chips are my new obsession. They were on sale at Whole Foods all last week too. So I may or may not have bought three bags.

I sipped on this Kevita kombucha as I was studying.

Dinner was beef broth with broccoli, mushrooms and chicken.

I also indulged in some of this chocolate too.

I’m actually trying to take a break from chocolate but Patrick was scared of what would happen if I didn’t have any on hand. So he bought me a bar. Sweet guy, huh? I’m not sure I would trust me without easy access to chocolate either. Which is probably a good reason to ween myself off of it and quit for a while.

Happy Wednesday, friends. Can we all come to an agreement that overdone statement sleeves are a no? Also, can we all agree that Autumn is the perfect time to eat soup? I’ve been eating a lot of it lately. Speaking of eating, that’s kind of why you’re here.

So here are some things I ate this past week.

Breakfast was bulletproof coffee.

Chilly mornings require warm beverages. I was up early studying digestion before work.

Lunch was leftover ‘cream’ of chicken soup with mushrooms and kale.

So good! And so comforting. This is also the first recipe I added to my new site. Don’t expect frequent recipe posting. I’m no recipe developer. Some people are gifted in that area but I prefer simple foods and easy kitchen cleanup. Recipe development doesn’t usually work in favor of either of those things.

I snacked on some chocolate chips and mac nuts during recess.

Dinner was shredded chicken, greens with kraut, roasted broccoli, and flaxbread with butter.

I followed this up with tea and more studying. I feel like it never ends. But it will actually end in June and then I’ll officially be a nutritionist. So excited for that. I’m looking for a few people who wouldn’t mind being case studies. It’s basically free nutrition advice if you’re interested.

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I took a little hiatus because I was busy making a new website for my NTP business. And now I think this one is boring. But like I said, I’ll continue with Wednesday posts for all you food gawkers. My new site is super basic and needs some real photos. I think a photo shoot is long overdo anyway. Also, can I just mention how much I love Wix? I used it to create my new site and it’s so easy to use. Bye bye WordPress. But for blogging, WordPress is better. Just in case you’re wondering. You’re probably not. You’re here for the food.

I’ve been drinking a lot of bulletproof coffee lately. I was resistant at first because I was never a huge coffee fan. But I’m a BPC convert. It’s golden! However, I was in the mood for something else the other morning. So I made a goat cheese omelet with roasted cherry tomatoes and flax bread on the side.

I like cherry tomatoes cooked but I don’t like them raw. I’m weird like that.

Lunch was salad with leftover salsa verde chicken, kraut, cukes, and Primal Kitchen Foods green goddess dressing.

I stopped by the Co-Op and snacked on some pork rinds and drank a kombucha before shopping.

Dinner was zoodles with homemade tomato basil marinara (it’s surprisingly easy to make). Plus a grass-fed beef patty on top.

I was originally planning to make meatballs with the beef but I got lazy and just flattened the 1/4 lb. with my hand, threw it on a tray, and shoved it into the oven.

I had to have one of these Eating Evolved coconut butter cups as well.

If you haven’t tried these yet, you must! Unless you’re not a fan of super dark chocolate or coconut. I like both so these are a win for me. Now it’s time for me to get back to website building and studying all my NTP stuff. Have a yummy week.