Day 19 Virgin Diet: Sushi without soy sauce can be tasty

With a busy day of business meetings I didn’t have too much time to fit in my typical meals.  I started the day with the usual shake which I had to drink on my drive to my first appointment.  Lunch was an amazingly large salad which only held me until mid-afternoon.  Ironically while I wasn’t hungry at all around noon, by the time I got lunch twenty minutes later I was practically light headed.  I’m not sure what is up with that, but I do know I felt better after lunch.

While lunch was an enormous salad I was hungry again by 2 pm, so I had a small apple.  I figured I may end up having a bigger dinner later and didn’t want to spoil it too much.  As it turns out dinner ended up being a pretty large meal of sushi.  Unfortunately I didn’t plan my day out well enough so I didn’t have my coconut aminos to bring along with me.  It was therefore just sushi with some wasabi rubbed on top.  I was surprised how much less sushi you can eat when you don’t have the soy sauce (or coconut aminos) mixed into it.  I still managed to polish it all off, but it would have been more satisfying without it.

That was about all I had the stomach for today.  Even though that’s not a lot of food, I just didn’t feel the urge to force more food down.  Maybe I’ll make up for it in the next couple of days.

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