Banana shake, salad, fruit and more potato soup

As expected my diet today differed a lot from my normal days on Alma Nissen’s drinking cure, and to be honest, I was quite pleased about it.

I started the day with a smoothie made purely from bananas and almond milk. You should try it, it tastes great. For two people we blended 6 bananas and half a liter of almond milk, but you can use more or less bananas, depending on, how sweet you want the shake to be.

We also ate some of the potato soup that was left from last night.

As a snack while we were on a shopping spree in town, I got a juice with oranges and avocados. I love oranges and I love avocados and together they taste like heaven.

WP_20141011_12_48_00_Pro  At the end of this street to the left Hans Christian Andersen was born

WP_20141011_12_50_45_Pro  For some reason most of the pictures I took of the place, didn’t make it, but this is the house, where Hans Christian Andersen was born and lived untill he was 4 or 5 years old and moved to Copenhagen.

It took us a while to find a place where we could get food without meat, dairy, gluten and additives, but in the end we found a restaurant in the old part of town, where they served a nice salad with green and red salad leaves, jalapeno peppers, cornichons, olives and a good green pesto without cheese for lunch.

WP_20141011_16_32_39_Pro  This is my daughter Lise at the restaurant

I also got a fruit salad made from different kinds of apples, oranges, plums and bananas. They usually serve it with a vanilla sauce and a chocolate sauce, but I left that out.

After we’d had lunch it was late already and the shops where closing so we decided to go to the cinema and see a movie. We opted for a Danish movie called the pheasant hunters after a book by the Danish writer Jussi Adler Olsen.

I love crime movies, but am not into violence on screen, and since this movie was unexpectedly violent, I sat with my hands in front of my eyes and my thumbs plugged into my ears most of the time. You can’t pick a winner every time, I guess.

After the movie we walked home and shopped for ingredients for our dinner on the way, and we got potato soup with broccoli and peas again, and it tasted great.

We had a really great day, food wise and in every other way, and we finished it off with a late night romance movie with Jennifer Aniston on television.

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