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How's your Thanksgiving Challenge going? Mine is going fine. To be honest, I'm not really doing a Challenge with a deadline, I'm just trying to live my life and enjoy my healthy eating as I go. I'm concentrating on work right now. So I'm chugging along with my healthy eating and exercise and work and play. Note that Dr. Fuhrman is hosting a Holiday Challenge if you want to join that. It starts on Nov. 21.
Despite my new emphasis on work, I planned several months ago to attend Dr. Fuhrman's Weekend Immersion which is coming up next weekend! I'm driving out with nutritarian friend Suz. We leave on Wed. Should be fun. Actually I will work with a colleague there on Friday before the immersion starts so I'm looking forward to that.
I've been eating a lot of squash the last few weeks. Okay, I went a little overboard. I think when I get back from my trip, I will just have one squash a week that I'll dump into my soup after I cook both up during my weekend food prep fests. But I have two more of these festival squashes which are really good and they are not too big. I will eat one today, and one on Tuesday. In fact, I am hungry now so looking forward to digging into part of it at lunch time. Here's a picture of it, after baking and cooling:
It's so easy to prepare this way: just throw it in the oven, bake for 1.5 hours at 350 F, let cool, then cut in half, remove the seeds, remove the good stuff and mix it in with your soup our just mash up with some pumpkin pie spice. It's very moist when you bake it in the skin. The skin tastes good too. Lost of people shared their favorite cooking techniques on one of my previous posts here.
Oh, I've also been enjoying pomegranates the last few weeks! I've had them in my micro salads with an apple too in addition to all the veggies. That plus a little lime juice adds a great flavor. This post describes what I've been doing on weekdays mostly.