I had a day off yesterday.
I didn't change out of my pj's until 4. And the only reason I changed was that I had a consulting appointment. Turns out people think I'm an expert on helping start-ups with marketing. Who da thunk?
I spent most of the morning looking up anti-candida recipes. Found a great blog http://cardboard-diet.blogspot.com/ . She's got a bunch of recipes that look fantastic. I'm excited to get started.
Last night we had the best dinner. Steve found two nice pieces of ahi tuna in the freezer. I made a herb & nut mixture to coat the top. I didn't take any pictures because I forgot. I did take a picture of the bean & red bell pepper saute.
Isn't that pretty? I spiced it with a salt mixture that Steve was gifted last year at Burning Man.
Recipe for the tuna topping:
1. Go out to the herb garden & see what's edible: rosemary, thyme, lemon sage, 3 leaves of spearmint.
2. In the small food processor put all the herbs along with 1 tsp whole pepper corns, 1/8 c almonds, 1 TBS olive oil, juice of 1/2 lemon, giant pinch of salt, notice that it's not very full so add some raw spinach to take up the slack.
3. Blend until smooth-ish.
4. Coat top of ahi. About 1/2 inch worth.
5. Bake until done.
6. Eat & forget about taking picture.
My tongue feels raw and exposed.
This anti-candida diet is working. The thrush on my tongue is slowly disappearing. It's leaving my tongue raw.
This morning's drink of cranberry juice, apple cider & maple syrup was very tart on my tongue. I'm figuring this is a good thing.
I'm looking forward to my tongue feeling healthy.