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A (Delicious) Day in the Life of: Cathy Innes

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The following is from Cathy Innes, dedicated member, a great athlete, and kickboxing instructor (in her spare time).  She also takes our gymnastics and Olympic Lifting classes. She is very active and has a high energy output on any given day. Check out the pictures from her day! She has a great substitute for tortilla wraps as well.
Thanks for sharing, Cathy!
Breakfast: We had a birthday celebration at work.  I made a tomato, spinach, broccoli frittata, pepper and onion frittata, fruit, and bacon.
Lunch: Organic roast beef from Wegman’s deli, in a coconut wrap (photo of package and ingredients included), sweet potato, spinach, and avocado.
Late afternoon snack: Dates, almonds, mango.

Post workout/pre-gymnastics snack:  A few bites of a Paleo Kit.
Dinner: was hastily assembled, as the meat that was supposed to have been cooked and waiting for me, was not.  I had sardines on spinach, carrots, avocado, and green beans.



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4 Responses to A (Delicious) Day in the Life of: Cathy Innes

  1. Peggy says:

    I gotta get those wraps, Cathy!

  2. Ashley says:

    Cathy, could you share your fritatta recipes-they look yummy!

  3. Cathy says:

    Peggy – the company that sells the wraps is called ImprovEat, and I just ordered a bunch of them. I am going to use them to make an appetizer for the Paleo Potluck on Friday, so you can taste them if you are coming!

    Ashley, the recipe I used is the basic one from Make it Paleo (great cookbook!), and you just saute whatever vegetables you like in coconut oil, in an oven proof pan, and then remove the vegetables from the pan. Beat up 8 eggs, and add the sauted veggies, you can add any seasonings you like at this point too. Pour the egg/veggie mixture into the pan, and let cook for about 5 – 7 minutes, then transfer the pan to a 350 oven for about 15 minutes, or until the top looks done, and is a light golden brown.

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