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February 7, 2014

I Tell - You Tell

Hey peeps,

I am starting a new thing here at HannahEatsPaleo.  It is called…I Tell, You Tell (ITYT).  I tell you what I ate for the day, and then you tell me what you ate for the day.  If you post a recipe that I like, I may feature it on my blog.  Every one to two days I will have a post stating all that I ate that day or the day before, and then you just need to comment on the post what you ate.  Post your failures and successes so we can learn off each other.  Post links of recipes that you tried or created. 

Let’s get this baby going!!

I Tell – You Tell

Breakfast: Artichoke Tomato Egg Waffles and an apple



Homemade Venison/Beef Sausage with roasted veggies (carrots, onions, Brussels sprouts, and sweet potato) drizzled with a little bit grape seed oil and sprinkled with seasonings.  I also had half a grapefruit.


Garam Masala Chicken with Broccoli (Recipe coming soon!)


Homemade Chicken Jerky (recipe on Recipe page), dates, and an apple.  (I was REALLY hungry after my workout)


One cup of coffee with 2 tbsp. hemp milk and water.


Back and Six-Pack (Insanity: the Asylum Volume 2)


Today went all right.  I need to work on eating more veggies for a snack (it would be better if no snack at all) instead of dates and fruit. 


If you have ever searched for Whole30 or Paleo recipes, you have most likely seen recipes for paleo mayo such as this one:  I wanted to make it and lower the calories a little.  And I did.  It turned out very, very addicting.  Here is how I made it: half a cup of oil, one egg, half a cup of pumpkin, and two tbsp. mustard.  Delicious and 63 calories per tablespoon vs. 120 calories per tablespoon.

 Now it's your turn!! Post your meals in the comments below!


  1. I LOVE this idea!! I will keep us all accountable! My ITYT: I had two eggs, some green beans, and a apple for breakfast. A homemade burger and mixed veggies for lunch. Chicken and broccoli for supper. Water and coffee to drink. Boring, I know!

    1. Thanks!! That sounds really good! I would love that burger recipe!