I am currently stuck in a very hostile seeming place until tomorrow. The hosts here refuse to take into account of my eating choices (no grain etc) and requests for extra protein portions.
The first day I broke down and are 3 bowls of granola with yogurts and honey (my sweet tooth thanked me lots) Lunch I avoided the bad grains but are salami with soy in it with tobasco sauce. Supper I was so stressed out that I binged on peanut butter almonds and other junk. The following day I got back on track, no food to eat until supper, had 4 eggs and
Now today I managed to get the host to prepare me boiled eggs for breakfast, but yet was only willing to make me more eggs instead of peanut butter jelly lunches so I totaled 10 eggs for the day, rather than bother the host again I just skipped supper and drank a can of coconut cream with a large handful of almonds.Along with a salad of peppers cucumbers and lettuce
Those were the only choices I had, would I have been better off eating more eggs instead to raise my protein levels? Should I have done without the cream and perhaps doused my salad in olive oil? Next time I am always going to pack canned proteins with me. But for future references, what should I have done better? Was what I did a bad idea? I figure I got 60g of protein, 50-60g of carbs (my normal is 30 or less) and the rest fat from the cream.
Edit: wow so many replies, some harsh and critical, others not so critical. Let me explain it a bit better here
The host is someone I am working for with other people in exchange for food and accommodation, I only asked the host that next time they went to the store if they could pick up canned tuna and I would pay for it myself. Was met sternly with a no as it was not fair for those consuming pancakes, waffles granola etc for breakfast, hearty pasta, and peanut butter jelly sandwiches that I got tuna (btw they also had chips, chocolate and crackers) all that I don't eat.
The first day I was respectful and are what was on the menu (no severe reactions as long as done once in a month or so) the second day I did not eat much at all. But I did ask the host that evening if it was not possible for the store option if they could hard boil some eggs for me on the side while everyone had pancakes before heading to the vineyard for work starting 4 am to lunch. Lunch was eggs again with a salad on the side. But eggs full me so much and I get sick after too many, that is why I opted for coconut cream can with the remainder of nuts I brought for supper. Meal is served cafeteria style, so eating what is served or not makes no difference to the host as they do not know if I ate or not.
Does that clarify a but better?