Practiced and filmed our 10 minute ab routine plus did #purelytfitlife strong sexy arm workout (we did 3 rounds).



Yesterday recap:


Gathered our juice ingredients.


So good! For the past few days we have been juicing apples again in our juices.

We took at break from apples during our 30 day gut healing and continued to not have them until now. We wanted to make our juices more ‘green’ so we knew we needed the addition of an apple to help with the flavor. So far we feel we are handling apples (well juiced apples) well. We have not experienced any extra or new gas/bloating from it.


Later we tried doing something different with our leftover pulp. We have been keeping up with making pulp crackers but felt like something different yesterday.


We decided to use our veggie pulp leftover from the juice to make our egg omelette. And it turned out great!!! We each enjoyed 3 eggs with about 1/2 – 2/3 cup of pulp along with a bed of lettuce and some coconut oil. Definitely will be having that more often!


Next we enjoyed some perfect fit protein mixed with coconut oil as a pre-workout snack. We normally workout first thing in the morning but yesterday we had some things to do so pushed our workout until the afternoon. So we ate something before hand as usually we workout on an empty stomach.  And this simple protein with some coconut oil we feel makes great pre-workout fuel.


After workout enjoyed some tuna with brussel sprouts.


Tasted some recipes for our next cookbook.  Trying hard not to eat them all as we still need to take pictures of them 🙂


Later enjoyed avocado pudding… of course. Seems to be our late afternoon snack of choice lately.


Dinner was a very messy grass-fed beef zucchini nori rolls with a side of sauted swiss chard and fennel. Even though our rolls did not work out the best, they still tasted amazing with a drizzle of olive oil over them.


After dinner we felt like baking. So grabbed our Purely Classic Recipe cookbook and made some goodies.

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Made gluten-free brownies from our cookbook for Gary to enjoy (we are still trying to make these grain-free).


We made our favorite go-to dessert — protein thin mints! We each enjoyed two 🙂

Overall these past few days we are both still doing well. Michelle’s legs are starting to itch really bad again and Lori had a little break out but her face is calming back down a little.  We both are being aware of our diet without stressing over it. Just taking it one day at a time with knowing what things now might need to be changed.


Here is a quote that we read again yesterday and it hit home. As we both are going through some ups and downs with figuring out our bodies. We both have been experiencing some flare-ups. We are trying to stay true to our bodies and honor them, but it is hard sometimes when you just want to eat something but you know your body will react to it.

Twins questions: Ever tried making an omelette with leftover juice pulp? What is your favorite thing to do with leftover juice pulp?

til next time,




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13 thoughts on “making veggie leftover pulp omelette

  1. I love those quotes! So true. I have made veggie pulp omlete and I thought the same thing! It adds such a different flavour then using the same ingredients that are not juiced. I am excited for the new cook book!! I love making crackers!! You inspire me everyday!

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 10:31 am
  2. How did u gals beat constipation? I’m trying a paleo diet after being high fruit and can’t poop now. 🙁 I juice and eat pulp crackers, take enzymes, hcl and eat lots of veg. Any advice?

    Can u tell me the avo pudding?

    Lastly the pictures don’t always load on mobile phones.

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 11:22 am
  3. I want a thin mint! nom nom nom!! The omelets are a great use for the leftovers. Creative ladies

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 11:39 am
  4. This is so interesting and I’d totally try it out! Now I just need to save my veggie pulp, I’m bad at that.
    Those protein thin mints sound divine, but all your food always does.
    This is a fantastic quote. I love reading quotes and really finding meaning behind them. I’ve had my days where staying positive is harder than others, part of being human is having bad and good days, we can’t always be positive sometimes we just have to allow ourselves to feel the pain in order to overcome it.
    But you’re right, we always learn something new from the experience!
    Love you girls! Keep your head up! I’m an e-mail away if you ever need some support! Lots of hugs xoxo

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 11:48 am
  5. OMG this post definitely just made me starving! Off to go eat, but probably eat something not nearly as tasty as any of your eats! 😉

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 2:19 pm
  6. I love this post, your idea for a pulp omlette is wonderful! I was actually in the midst of researching which sort of juicer to purchase when I decided to take a break and read some of my favorite blogs… coinky-dink! What sort of juicer do you gals use? Thanks and blessings!

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 2:58 pm
    1. we use the Breville compact juice fountain.

      Posted on March 14, 2013 at 5:16 pm
  7. Huh! Great idea. I have to try this. I made crackers once but was not great. Thanks!

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 4:00 pm
  8. Those of us who have “actively” changing bodies 🙂 can sometimes feel overwhelmed by the challenges we face each day. Something simple, like eating a piece of food, can turn into an anxiety nightmare!
    Encouraging one another to not be so hard on ourselves is the best way that I have learned to combat this stress.
    Thank you for the reminder! It is okay to eat something, and then to get a reaction and not understand. In the end, our lives have such a deeper meaning and our bodies are in much greater loving hands 🙂

    Posted on March 14, 2013 at 11:27 pm
    1. thanks Sara 🙂

      Posted on March 15, 2013 at 8:05 am
  9. I love using pulp in new ways, this is something I haven’t tried before! I normally like to use them to make flax crackers in the dehydrator. Thanks for sharing the idea ladies 🙂

    Posted on March 15, 2013 at 6:10 am
  10. I totally needed the last quote! I am totally struggling the past few days with complete frustration! I am trying to love myself through it, but we do have those days,…,and it is okay!!! It is okay to feel frustrated and admit that! It is reality! The key is pushing through!!!!

    Posted on March 15, 2013 at 1:09 pm
    1. exactly!!! yes keep pushing!!

      Posted on March 15, 2013 at 1:45 pm