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Sunday, September 27, 2009

Wondering how others do it?

What do you do when your typical meal times have to change?

If I know that my mealtime will be different than usual on a particular day, I try to adjust my other eating times to fit. For example, this evening begins the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, and I'll be at services from 6-9. My usual evening meal is at 7 or so; what to do?? I always want to eat only when I'm hungry, since food tastes so much better.

I've had a light lunch at 1, and will plan to eat at about 5, a light supper (ravioli, scallops, butternut squash, yum). I don't like going out after a big meal. Hope this works.

1 comment:

Stacey Kasendorf said...

I have a similar problem tonight, since I celebrate Yom Kippur as well.Our service is later at my temple here in San Diego. But I plan to eat a lighter meal than normal, so I won't be full when I arrive at Temple. We will be having chicken soup, chicken, vegetables, and a Chalah roll. I hope it keeps me satisfied for my long day of fasting.