I'm pretty sure coconut oil is allowed so I would suggest using that as a substitute for olive oil & butter. Also keep in mind that shrimp, crab, and lobster are allowed on all fasting days. Black beans & rice is awesome, one of my fav's (but I can't eat carbs for now). You can buy the beans pre-seasoned and ready to eat in a can if you don't want to make it from scratch.Idea for thread from nagareboshi's thread in men's forum
1)Hummus without oil.
In food processor blend 14 fl.oz can of chickpeas WITH their liquid, 2 heaping tablespoons tahini sauce(from a jar found in specialty section of grocery store)
1/4 of a squeezed fresh lemon juice, 1-3 garlic cloves,chopped fine; add a little water as necessary when blending. Only blend 80% to leave some nice chickpea chunks.
Spread/pour on plate, sprinkle paprika and dot with favourite olives all around. Tear off pieces of pita bread or naan bread to scoop up hummus. This is filling, good prebiotic and fiber source and nutritious.
2) Oat yogurt with ground black chia seed, hemp hearts and defrosted berries from their frozen bag. Pricey for ingredients but high in protein and nutrients and satiating.
3) 3 tablespoons ground, black chia seed, 3/4 cup hemp hearts and green pumpkin/pepito? seeds in a bowl and pour almond milk over.
4)Peanut butter with sliced bananas on bread with cinnamon on top.
Please add some ideas.
I hope these foods were all compliant, correct me if I'm wrong.
Also regarding fasting, if you didn't know there are different ways to do it. For example you can do midnight to midnight, or evening to evening (i.e. 6pm to 6pm). I personally prefer evening to evening because it allows me to eat a proper dinner every day of the weak, I just have to eat a little early on Tue and Thu and then a little later on Wed and Fri.