OK I'm not doing this for every meal, but this along with the other stuff gives a fair representation of a day's food.:
6oz Black Cod filet (The package I defrosted had 2 filet's, I used one last night, one today), pan fried in coconut oil. Once cooked, I put Trader Joe's Olive Tapenade on top.
Steamed asparagus and broccoli covered liberally in butter (grass-fed) and black pepper.
2 pieces of bacon for dessert
35 grams of protein
60 grams of fat
12 grams of Carbs / 7 grams fiber
730 calories total
Estimated insulin response: 3/5 of F.A.
Now, you can take these 3 meals I've listed and throw in the odd handful of nuts or slice of cheese here or there for snacks. Add in a few cups of black/green/white tea and that's a fairly representative snapshot of my present diet.
Will it work? Hell, I don't know. I know what I was doing, and it wasn't bad. I can go back to that at any point. I'm curious to see how I feel after a couple months of this. So far, I'm impressed. I expect it to be a little bit of a learning process. My long Saturday ride will be an eye opener, for sure. I know I'm not 'fat-adapted' or ketogenic, yet. I'm wondering if the wheels are going to completely fall off a couple hours in. If they do, I'll report about it. Hopefully I'll be able to sneak in a longer ride tomorrow so my first long ride on this diet isn't in front of god and everyone. We'll see, I guess.