Wow am I sore! Days 3 and 4 were much harder on my body than the first two days. The PEMs do not seem very hard when you start them but boy do you feel it.
Today is day 5 and I had to do an abbreviated version of the PEM. My body screamed "no" but I did it anyway. Tomorrow is an hour long aerobic adventure. I'm not sure what we will do. If we have good weather, then the options are endless.
I put together a quick recipe today and it ended up tasting like french toast! The best part is that it only requires 3 ingredients. I'm going to name it "Paleo French Toast" and I hope you'll give it a try. I dipped mine in unsweetened applesauce but if pure maple syrup is allow in your diet, then it would be awesome. My husband ate it plain. The following recipe is enough for two people so double it if you have more.
Paleo "French" toast
1 sweet potato, peeled and cubed
1 tsp cinnamon
Boil the sweet potato until you can easily pierce it with a fork then drain. Heat coconut oil or other oil in a frying pan over medium. Mash the sweet potato in a bowl (slightly lumpy is fine). Add two eggs and cinnamon. Wisk until well combined. Add pecans if desired, and wisk to combine. Drop by heaping spoonfuls into the hot oil. Flip after 1-2 minutes. They should flip easily. If they are falling apart, they need to cook longer. They cook quicker toward the end. Serve while warm.
Let me know if you give this a try! I think I'll try it next with some shredded zucchini.