I try to eat whole foods, and always cook from scratch. Happy to bulk freeze, as there's only one of me.
I try to avoid wheat and dairy as they Appear to cause water retention. Goodbye cheese on toast.
I try to avoid red meat but I eat fish and poultry and the occasional egg from RSPCA-approved sources.
I love beans but lack good recipes for them - I don't really like tomato-based sauces.
I love tofu and soy milk and soy protein ~ but don't know whether there's such a thing as too much soya?
I love all veggies, apart from artichokes, ewwwwww.
On days when I'm eating according to all of the above 100% of the time, I find it very hard to keep my calories up, and I want to resist the temptation of going too low.
I wondered if anyone could point me towards any links/recipes/threads/books where I could get ideas for higher calorie recipes?
I know I can always fill up on dried fruit and peanut butter but that feels like eating because I 'have to', I'd rather work out a day's balanced meals.