Day 11: So my primal recipe was very basic. I took some polish sausage, sweet potato, parsnips, and sauwercraut (how the heck do you spell that?) and threw it into a pan for an hour. It was very good!
Day 12: Tells you to repeat your recipe if it wasn't perfect but since mine was, I made Chicken no noodle soup. I boiled a whole chicken with onion and celery to make a bunch of broth. Froze parts of it and returned the rest to the pot. I added zucchini, yellow squash, brussel sprouts, mushrooms, spinach, and carrots. This soup was very yummy and tasted like a mix between chicken noodle and vegetable soup. Sisson also encourages you to go "coco" with coconut products on this day. Since I use these daily already, I didn't feel a need to do this.
Day 13: Today Sisson challenges you to acquire food ranked at the top of the spectrum in each food category. Again, not a practical challenge due to the expense involved. I already try to do this as much as our budget allows. He also stressed the importance of sunlight and Vitamin D. Given how cloudy it has been lately, I think I'll take a Vitamin D supplement. Tomorrow Sisson finally puts in a rest day from exercise. Since I haven't been following his exercise regime, I won't be resting!