The hubby told me this morning that October is going to be another Whole30 month for us (a month of following a strict diet that eliminates grains, refined sugar, dairy, legumes and joy). I cried into my homemade Vietnamese coffee, laden with sweetened condensed milk and real cream, solidified my resolve with a slice of pumpernickel toast spread thick with raspberry jam, and said okay. I said okay only because the last time we endured a Whole30, so many good things happened to my body. My skin cleared up. I lost 12 pounds. I slept better at night. I had more energy throughout the day.
I guess there really is something to eating healthier. SIGH.
Anyway, as a harbinger of things to come, today I’m showing you a recipe for paleo carnitas tacos that should dull the pain of avoiding carbs. Taco night is a regular part of our dinner rotation at home, so during our last Whole30, I had to think of a way to continue to have our fiesta without breaking any of Whole30’s sacred rules.
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