Also going to attempt making this in the near future because if I’m buying a ton of feta cheese for one recipe, I might as well make another recipe that uses it.
So I’m gathering the ingredients to try this recipe tomorrow night, because 1) I need to start cooking more instead of eating out, 2) I need to start eating healthier foods again, and 3) this sounds delicious.
I am going to pretend that yesterday’s absolutely awful drive-thru eating didn’t happen, because I am starting the day off right with a chef salad and I REFUSE to eat unhealthy crap at work tonight.
I can’t jog on the treadmill like I usually do, so I might just walk for a bit and then concentrate on arms and thighs/calves today.
I don’t even want to weigh myself tomorrow. :\
1. I bought a bathroom scale for my dorm room today. Previously I’d only been able to weigh myself at my house once a week, if that, so I would tend to eat really badly up until the day or two before weigh-in and then hope for the best. I know it’s not ideal to weigh yourself every day, but at least this way I can do it every two or three days to make sure I’m still on track even if I don’t go home. What sucks though is that according to this scale I gained a pound since yesterday, even though I ate really well. I know that it’s just because the scales are calibrated differently, but it was still a :( moment this morning.
2. Going to buy ingredients to make these tonight at the grocery store. I’m going to try and set a goal to make one or two “new” recipes a week that are relatively inexpensive and/or easy to make. One problem I have is that I get really tired of boneless, skinless chicken breasts REALLY quickly, regardless of what I marinate them in. Hopefully by expanding the amount of low-carb foods that I make, I’ll be able to stick to the regimen longer.