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I'm not one of those people who goes too far out on a limb for leftovers...but sometimes, especially when green vegetables and fish are involved, I make an exception.

A word of caution, raw vegetable, especially those "gas forming" ones such as broccoli and cabbage are best when eaten very well steamed instead of raw. Your pouch just can't work that hard to digest raw, and when trapped air gets in the tummy, it won't be very happy. Even veteran patients don't seem to digest raw veggies well.  

So, I always opt for very well steamed in the vegetable department.  Sometimes lunch is an encore to last night's dinner—vegetables and leftovers. 

Today's full menu included:


  • 1 sweet potato waffle
  • 1/3 cup warm berry compote (you'll find the recipe in the recipe section)
  • 2 ounces ham


  • 2—2 1/2  ounces Salmon grilled
  • veggie mix (these were steamed the first go round, then when I reheated them, I sauteed to caramelize, broccoli, zucchini, carrots, snow peas, squash, be careful also with the snow pea strings)
  • 1/3—1/2 cup sweet potato


  • 2 ounces hamburger patty
  • 1/3 med baked potato with 1/2 tbsp butter
Posted on Friday, October 15, 2010 at 08:36AM by Registered CommenterJulia Holloman | CommentsPost a Comment

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