Whole30 - Day 28

28 of 30!  Day 28 of my Whole30

I can see the freezer light at the end of the tunnel... and it's the Ben & Jerry's train coming right for me!  Okay, okay... I'm kidding.  The whole point of this round of Whole30 was to get my head back in the Paleo game after being significantly derailed at the end of March.  Sometimes life reminds you that there are other important things to focus on than what to make in the kitchen for the week.  Check back in a few days for my summary post and the successes that have come from this round of eating clean for 30 days.

After a crazy couple of weeks of travel, excitement, and general busyness... Day 28 found me caught up on sleep and waking up with a hearty appetite for protein and fat sustenance.

• scrambled eggs with Penzeys Turkish Seasoning
• roasted green chiles from 505 Southwestern
• ground pork seasoned with Italian Seasoning from Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat 
• Brussels sprouts tossed with olive oil and salt, then roasted at 400 degrees for 45 minutes
• fresh picked Rainier cherries

In the afternoon, I was down in Lancaster running a few errands and decided to check out the Lancaster Farmer's Market that I have heard so much about.  The market is set up along Lancaster Boulevard from 3 pm to 8 pm in the summer on Thursdays.

My only goal was to find some type of vegetable to prepare for dinner... I didn't realize how challenging that would be at a farmer's market.  After I made my way past the craft and apparel vendors, the fast food stands, and a radio station... I finally happened upon a small handful of vendors that were actually selling produce.  I ventured past a few that were not labeled then stopped at the first one that actually had a company banner located at the stand with name and location clearly identified.  I purchased a head of red cabbage and a few bunches of kale.  Less than $3 total!

• grilled grass-fed t-bone steak
• red cabbage and sweet onion sauteed in coconut oil and Penzeys Sunny Paris seasoning
• sweet potato with chili powder, salt, and a teaspoon of grass-fed organic ghee
kale chips

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