Pork Belly Frittata

 

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Do you journal your breakfast ideas before you go to bed at night? I do it quite often. I journal lots of things. When I wake up in the mornings, I journal my dreams, affirmations or gratitude for the day. If I wait until later in the day, I may forget intricate details of the dream. Affirmation and gratitude seals the deal for a peaceful day.

I’m big on journalling. Maybe I just like to write. If only I can find a journal with lots of space for me to write (for one day’s event). When you’ve gone onto a third page and the day is just beginning, you know you have way too much to write.  I’m always expressing gratitude and I just write, and write, and write. And sometime I have multiple dreams. Like who does that? And the scenery keeps changing locations and people. I probably eat too much or too late.
Do you have similar experiences?
Anyway I try to capture all the information on paper before my brain gets settled in for the day.

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Remember that Thyme roasted pork belly with roasted red bell peppers?
Yeah, I remember it like it was yesterday.
Of course I knew  I was going to have pork belly frittata for breakfast.
Did I journal it?
Go figure!
I also knew it was going to be ridiculously d’luscious.
Cause I cooked it.
And everything I cook is boss.
I can toot my horn if I want to.
It’s my horn and I know you wanna taste my frittata.
But you can’t cause I ate it.  And my sons didn’t care to leave any of it behind. They devoured it.

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Roasted sweet potatoes, red bell peppers, kale and goat cheese was added in to boost the nutritional value. I gotta get my greens in. Keeps me full all day. Whenever I eat this way, it prevents me from reaching for any kind of snacks. It’s that filling.
Because I cook a lot and enjoy cooking, most people think that I eat all day.
I really don’t. They’re often inquiring about how I maintain my weight without dieting.
Here’s a little secret: It’s all about balancing and making healthier choices.

You can add anything your heart desires to your frittata.
1) It’s cooked from scratch.
2) I can account for each and every ingredient.
3) There’s no fake food added.
4) It’s nutrient dense.
5) It keeps me energized and I may not feel hungry until the latter part of the day, where I will indulge in another nutrient dense meal.
6) I also drink about 3-4 long cups of tea per day (only because I love tea) and lots of water in between.
I don’t eat frittatas everyday, but I wanted to give you an example of what I may eat in a day and not binge on foods that aren’t nutrient dense, hence feeling healthier and happier.

How does your body feel after eating a nutrient dense meal?

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