I call it “OMAD with a few extra bites” (well your lunch is bigger than my extra bites but very low calorie so somewhat similar… maybe not as your raw vegetable is carby… if I eat carbs in this style, it’s one rosehip :D). It’s totally a thing in my life, not frequent but happens. It’s fine for me, it definitely lowers my calorie intake just like OMAD as I have one proper meal and that’s quite important for me. And a super tiny meal doesn’t trigger hunger like a small meal
Clean OMAD is better but this style is fine too, it depends what your goal is. If I want antophagy (yep), I surely use true OMAD. But for the all other OMAD benefits it looks like the same for me but it may be different for others, of course.
OMAD shouldn’t be difficult at all, actually. If it’s not easy and natural for you, don’t do it. If this style works and easier, do it, why not? It’s your woe, it’s up to you how you do it Experimenting is fun and may be useful. And we are individual so I am all for experimenting. Ketosis and OMAD did nothing to my fat-loss when I ate just as much as before. I do OMAD for lowering calories, convenience, being perfectly satiated all day…etc. I get this with extra bites too so if it’s easier that way, I have them. Just not vegetables.
So it matters how your body works too.