In a rut? 7 days/week, bowl of oatmeal for breakfast. Saturday and Sunday, I enjoy a dab of milk on it. Monday through Friday… I eat it “dry”, cooked in a microwave w/water. Five to six days/week, one slice of lunchmeat, one slice of Aged Swiss cheese, between two pieces of wheat bread for lunch. No condiments. Nothing else. Four evenings/week, frozen veggies cooked in a microwave with a small dab of various meats added for flavor. Every now and then, I’ll have a peanut butter sandwich for evening desert.
The 7 days/week oatmeal for breakfast has been going on for probably 12 years or so. Rut? Nah! Slice of lunchmeat and slice of cheese between two pieces of bread for lunch, at least 10 years. Rut? Nah! Veggies for supper, a little over 3 years. I did recently start having a “cocktail” about 5 p.m., just before supper. I heat a coffee cup of water, add 2 teaspoons of Bragg’s Applie Cider Vinegar with the Mother, add 1 teaspoon of honey and drink it. I love it, even though my wife says it smells like dirty socks. Hippocrates, supposedly said apple cider vinegar with the Mother is a cure all. I asked my personal physician and he said it couldn’t hurt. The doc even said he had tried it, but couldn’t stand the taste.
I do splurge weekend evenings. Friday evenings we are blessed to have kids and grandkids join us for supper. Anything resembling a healthy diet goes out the window, that night. This past Friday, I put a lasgna in the oven and we had it with a generous supply of garlic bread. Once/month, or so, my wife and I treat ourselves with an evening at a local restaurant. That venture never results in eating healthy… food or portions size.