Jimmy Radatz

Jimmy Radatz. Amanda Hancock/Staff

This is part of the Post and Courier's Daily Digest series in which one of our food reporters asks a local to describe their day of eating in detail.

Jimmy Radatz lives downtown. 

Yesterday, it was a Wednesday. I had four scrambled eggs for breakfast. Usually I have a glass of water right away and then I make a bulletproof coffee. I make a cup in my Keurig and then pour it in my blender with coconut oil and Ghee butter. It has a lot of fat in it and it's supposed to keep you full throughout the day. 

For lunch, I went home and made a ham-and-cheese sandwich with mayo and dijon mustard. I think I just had some water. I also had some salt and vinegar chips on the side.

And then for dinner, I had a piece of salmon and some wine. It was a red blend. Oh, and then I had chocolate chip cookies. I get a little container every week with cookies from Publix. These were the mini ones, so I had two, naturally.

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