Breakfast was amazing. I love the different colors in the fruit variety and it’s surprisingly so much food for breakfast. I usually have fruit with my shake for breakfast but not nearly this much.
Most days it’s about 3.5 – 4 cups of fresh fruit.
Day 8 also presented some challenges. My friend and Ultimate Reset Partner, Scott, had been experiencing severe headaches and I took him to an urgent care and then the ER to ensure there weren’t any serious issues. Great news, after hours of appointments, tests and waiting he turned out to be in good shape.
I sure am glad that he’s doing well and the good thing was that we had lunch and dinner prepared so we were able to take it to go and we didn’t miss any of our yummy meals that day!
I’m also convinced that if Scott and I weren’t helping each other stay accountable on this journey that he likely would have thrown in the towel during all of this craziness. So we are blessed to have each other to lean on for the days that it can be easy to give up.
Having a success partner on Thai journey is not required but it’s highly recommended because I would have cheated or quit by now if I was doing it alone.
Day 9: Sweet Potato and Roasted Red Pepper Bisque
Even before having this soup I knew I would love it. If I was out to eat and I heard the restaurant had this as their soup of the day, I’d be all over it. So this set the expectation very high. I was sooooo excited to learn how to make this one.
So, I’m going to keep this short and leave you with the photos from each step of the way while I was making it.
Sweet potatoes or Yams
Red bell pepper
Organic low sodium Vegetable broth
Fresh grated Ginger (I struggled with this)
Bragg Amino Liquids