she made some valid points,
- i don't eat much in the first place cause i get full really quick
- my staple foods consist of spinach, flammin-hot Cheetos and red bull
- i only eat one huge meal a day and snack size meals the rest, and the big meal is always something very healthy with tons of veggies
- i walk everywhere
I must say, Ive really been looking into this raw food lifestyle. i just learned today there is a difference between a raw vegan and just a raw foodist. ill be opting for the later. i love sushi so it would be nice to know i can have some eel or dragon rolls every once in a while. i still hate dairy so no problems there. hopefully on the 9th when i come back in town ill go get my raw food grocery list and be on my way to preparing a mostly 60-90% raw food diet. the big question is to go organic, or not to go organic. hmmmmm....
granted buying solely produce will cut grocery cost a lot, so I'm wondering if making up for it will be good if i just purchase organic goods. Because i definitely don't want to be eating pesticides all on my uncooked food! i have another week to think about it, and hopefully get a blender (crosses fingers) but who knows.
P.S. eating out:
while my grocery shopping solely consist of produce and carbs, with eggs now. I still eat out on the regular when i don't have time to prepare a lunch for the day. i do eat meat still occasionally like twice a week. but i never purchase it at the grocery store. I am confident tho having a regular steady supply of fruits and veggies on hand and better organization can be a good quick fix to this I'm hungry and need something to eat for cheap problem. and of course there is still sushi, since I'm not going to be a raw vegan, however i stay away from ALL dairy YUCK! oh and also green tea, gotta have it!