Wild Rose Cleanse: Part 2



Many people have been asking what I, personally, have been eating on the Wild Rose cleanse so I thought I would share a log of my foods.  Maybe they will give you ideas and/or inspiration?  First, I have kept hydrated with a travel mug of green tea and a litre of water each day.  Besides that, I have been making batches of food to keep on hand and snack on and sushi and spices have been my heroes.  Amazingly, despite the lack of gourmet eating that I am used to, the simplicity of the meals have been satisfying enough and not as difficult to work with after the first few days.  Once my body got used to how much I needed I was good to go.  I did feel tired for the first few days but that is to be expected, especially while figuring out how much to be eating in order to keep energy up.

The key is to be creative and see what combos you like.  It will keep the cleanse interesting.  Here are just a few things that got me through:



Celery Sticks with Almond Butter


Salmon Sashimi


Tuna Tataki


Purple Rice Tuna Sushi with Green Onions


Potato and Green Beans in a Paprika Sauce


Fried Brown Rice with Veggies and Egg


Hummus with Tahini




. . . .and a few more ideas for the list

Lemon Potatoes

Chicken Skewers

Greek Salad (No Cheese)

Olive Oil, Lemon, and Tahini  Dressing


Broccoli, Chick Peas, Kale Stirfry

Spinach Salad (Raspberries and Almonds)

Artichoke Frittata

Curried Cauliflower

Poached Pears

Chicken Breast Scallopini

Beef Meatballs

Rice Pasta with Home-made Tomato Sauce and Pesto

Stuffed Oatmeal Cinnamon Apple

Shepherd’s Pie

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