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Lent 2020

This year for Lent I gave up processed and packaged foods. Due to some insane headaches that I needed some bread to help me absorb pain killers and a pandemic that changed the way people were distributing food, it didn't quite go to plan. But I ultimately did have a change in heart about how much carbon my food is responsible for. So I wrote a list of the 40 foods that I gave up that were processed and packaged and the 40 foods that I ate.

Foods that I gave up


bread

milk

milo

yoghurt

chocolate

butter

cake

muffins

biscuits

smoothies

peanut butter

soft drink

juice

pizza

burgers

sugar

cheese

sour cream

coconut milk

cream of chicken soup

breadcrumbs

cereal

musli bars

coconut oil

tomato paste

tinned pineapple

tinned beetroot

tinned tuna

pie

sausage roll

soy chips

cream

jam

scones

dip

crackers

flour

wraps

pasta

hot chocolate


40 foods that I did eat

eggs

bananas

apples

grapes

plums

pupcorn

rice

sweet potato

potato

carrot

broccoli

corn

beans

peas

avocado

tomato

capsicum

cucumber

lettuce

lamb

veal

almonds

brazil nuts

cashews

walnuts

pistachios

chickpeas

blackbeans

stock

granola

mushrooms

oranges

zucchini

lemons

limes

peanuts

coconut

pumpkin

honey

quinoa



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