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Extra Easy Days Can a 'green' day qualify as an extra easy?

#1
Hello, have just come back to SW after realising that I can not do this alone, I've previously done EE on the odd day/week and have had great success with it but decided to stay to the new joiners talk when I went back to my old group this week and we have been encouraged to do EE for a full 3 - 4 weeks. I've always been a bit of a green girl and sometimes eating fish or meat jst feels like I'm doing it for the pure sake of it, below is today's menu, I've kept with the 1 hea and b rule and 1/3 superfree so surely this should still count as an EE day?? Help, I need to get it right this time!!

Breakfast
spaghetti on wholemeal toast. 2 satsumas

Snack
Muller light, satsuma

Lunch
homemade potato and chive soup (free) with side salad of leaves, veg and few mixed beans

Snack
carrot and celery sticks

Dinner
jacket potato with massive portion of ratatouille (courgette, aubergeine, tomatoes, pepper, onion)

What do you all think?? x
 
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#2
It seems to me that if you prefer green days, then you should do green days. Your menu plan is a green day minus a HEXB and with extra vegetables, which you can call an extra easy day if you like, but I am not sure I see the point.

The 1/3 superfree is a good idea for everyone, no matter which plan they are following.
 
#3
At our group we are encouraged to follow the 1/3 superfree rule no matter what plan we are following.
 
#4
I would take that as a green day and have another A and B.
That said, SW are pushing the EE plan big time again but I'd rather vary it and if I have a green day, I enjoy the extras.
 


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