Grilled sockeye salmon – Whole30 compliant


Dinner tonight was DELICIOUS.  The recipe can be found here: Whole30 Grilled Salmon Officially I just completed Day 4 of Whole30 (I would be at Day 8 had I not messed up earlier!) but that’s OK.  Two things that I’ve noticed about this plan of eating good food three times a day… 1) I don’t feel gross after eating any of my meals 2) When I am hungry for my next meal I am HUNGRY.  Like… it’s not a matter of hmm… I feel like eating this or that or maybe it’s time for me to eat? NO. IT IS TIME TO EAT.  I was not prepared for lunch today so I threw something together:


Yep… that’s mixed salad, sardines, pecans, and a banana.  My mouth was saying ew but my stomach after half the plate was saying “THANK GOD!”  I’m not starving myself I’m really not. I eat a lot probably more than I have in the past just less snacking and better quality food.  One of these days maybe I’ll dedicate one of my blog posts to my favorite meals on the The Whole30: The 30-Day Guide to Total Health and Food Freedom plan.  That probably won’t be until September or October though.  I am currently keeping a log on the Whole30 community forum however that particular board where I keep my log isn’t accessible to the public (sorry!)


2 thoughts on “Grilled sockeye salmon – Whole30 compliant

  1. Maddie August 6, 2015 / 9:37 am

    That actually looks good, Sharon. That looks good enough that I might give it a try. Too bad the forum isn’t accessible to the public. How come they’re not accessible to the public, if you don’t mind me asking? Do you have to pay to be apart of that community or something like that? Anyway, thanks for sharing this dish, it actually looks like a good meal.


  2. Allenafaith August 31, 2015 / 9:02 pm

    I’m not quite sure if I would be able to eat any of that. I am a really picky eater. I can’t say I like anything on your plates. I’ve tried bananas and they weren’t very good. I hate salads unless I have a certain kind of ranch. If there is anything other than leaves and ranch in my salad, I will not eat it. I know I need to get out of my picky eating habits because I am growing up, but it’s so hard.


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