Yes. I am guilty. I have a basic format that I stick to and then I vary the actual ingredients based on what is in season. Sometimes I skip dinner. I eat a lot of broccolini (easy to fix.), cauliflower, spinach, lettuces, almonds/walnuts. Here is the breakdown for my meals and if I have to eat out its still close:
AM: Cage free Eggs/Steel Cut Oatmeal with nuts, and some coconut oil
Lunch: Big Salad, nuts, olive oil, protein (pork or beef) some fruit (banana or apple.) lemon juice, 1/2 avocado (if available.)
Dinner: At least two servings veggies (steamed or sauteed.) olive oil, maybe some fruit.
Treats: dark chocolate covered raisins, Blue Diamond Nut Thins (1/2 serving.), GF fiber brownie (add 1/2 c. of Psyllium to the Trader Joe's GF brownie mix and extra coconut oil.)
On Saturday I had to eat out because of professional commitments. I went to Panera's had a bowl of soup and a salad with chicken. It was tasty. But, not that different from what I would eat at home.