Thursday, February 21, 2008

Day 83 of Terilynn's Juice Feast

photo by mouse
On Today's Menu:
1 quart lemon water with MSM
2 quarts kale/celery/
carrot/hemp oil
1 quart grapefruit/orange/MSM
I wanted to post this question because it kind of made me chuckle a bit at the moment I read it.
A reader asks:
" do you work through the challenge of feeding your kids while still staying on juice yourself??"
My answer:
I'm a bad mommy. I don't feed my children anymore. They feed themselves. I laughed because at the time I was reading your question, my step-son was making burgers for the kids.
Yeah, it's a rare occasion where I cook on a stove. I make the kids salads. Sometimes, I might boil water for rice or noodles and make a pesto sauce or spaghetti sauce.
The raw meals that I make for the Daily Raw Cafe is up for grabs and they are my tasters so they have no choice in eating that but I only have been making raw meals once a week or so.
I'm very lucky, my husband is an excellent cook so he makes sure they are feed. He is very supportive and understands the process I have to go through and he's willing to take on some of my responsibilities.
When I start eating again my goal is to transition the family to a vegan diet with a strong emphasis on fresh fruits and vegetables.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hello Terilynn
I have just found your blog, and have been reading quite a bit of it. You are doing soooooo great!!! You are such an inspiration to me. My question to you is how do you work through the challenge of feeding your kids while still staying on juice yourself?? I guess it probally all comes from within, and working with your own self disipline, but this is something that is so hard for me. I plan on starting a juice feast on march 1, and am excited.

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