Skiing on The Body Ecology Diet
My husband and I went to Attitash this holiday as the kids were with their dad this year and we had the freedom to do whatever we wanted!! Though I’m not hot on skiing, I am BIG on sweating in the sauna, back trail xc skiing, and catching up with my husband slash ski enthusiast for delicious meals.
We rented a studio at the base of slopes that had a kitchenette – fridge and all – and that right there made traveling on The Body Ecology Diet (B.E.D.) much easier. As many of you know, I camp alot in the summer with just a tent and 2-stove burner, so this kind of travel is a luxury 😊
We packed and left first thing this morning and though I didn’t set out to write a post on my first night away, I have time on my hands as my husband reads and want to share the food I prepared while its fresh on my mind. Keep in mind neither we are no longer on the strict healing stage 1, so we have more leisure on what to pack. Yet, we have been on some form of B.E.D. since 2010 and are easy-going with everything by now. We also no longer struggle much health-wise, thank God.
Moving & Grooving
I packed enzymes and probiotics in the case we wanted that, but really our digestion is tops these days and more reliant on the staples to stay in the “flow”; such as soaked grain, unsalted cultured food, and food combining. Easy peasy.
The photo below is what I brought for most of our meals and since we have a kitchen I really brought just enough to munch on for 1st couple days to shave off the cooking load. We plan to stop at the co-op to get a bag of organic vegetables to complement what I am bringing (80/20 lol) and plan to dine out once or twice during our time away.
I will say my husband and I had a snappy moment earlier today over our different styles on what (and how much!) to bring, yet overall we agree that bringing food from home keeps us happy on the go and worth the bother. Not that he lifted a finger in the food department 😉 I do long for the day when we can jump in a car and not think about having to bring much food stuff. Step by step I will get there …
Food I brought:
- Soft-Cooked Millet (to shape and pan-fry into croquettes)
- Beef & Liver Meatloaf with carrot butter
- Baby Lima Bean Soup
- Tuna-Sardine Salad with capers, red onion, homemade mayo
- Waffle/Pancake Batter and the waffle iron
- Teriyaki Tempeh from our Rhapsody neighbors
- Crackling Pork Belly that I soaked overnight in lemon
- Roasted Chicken with fresh rosemary and baby corn
- Soft-Boiled Eggs sprinkled with paprika
- Steamed Red-Skin Potatoes to mash with cultured butter
- Green Vegetable Smoothie for morning yumminess
- Raw Chocolate Hearts for love!!
- Roll Out Cookies for a fun Christmas treat⭐️
- Garden Blend Unsalted Cultured Vegetables
- Milk Kefir
- Thermos of Reishi-Chaga Tea sweetened with licorice
- Raw Goat Cheese to spread on flax onion crackers, so crunchy!
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May all bellies be happy!