It doesn’t look dull to me and anyway, it doesn’t matter. Some people only eat beef and that’s it As long as you get all nutrients and you are fine with your food, it doesn’t matter if it’s not the most exciting menu or not. I personally need variety but eating pork roast and eggs most of the time is the best I can do and no problem with it.
I could look up some days if you are very interested but if I am lazy and don’t do it now, I still can say what I eat on a good day.
1-12 eggs (it varies, nowadays it’s just a few but if I make sponge cakes - at least 99.7% eggs. the rest is the optional salt - , it easily reaches 8 even when I don’t fancy eggs much), around 1 pound of pork, little dairy (almost every day), little processed day (not every day). Sometimes I have some turkey too but it’s not substantial to me so it can’t be my main meat.
A good simple day would be, hmmm…
Lunch (or first dinner. usually 3pm for lunch, 5-6pm for dinner): A pound of pork, a few eggs, a slice of cheese or a bit quark with sour cream if I fancy dessert or just need something different. 1300 kcal with 100-110g protein is a cute first meal if I don’t do OMAD.
Dinner (or second dinner): some meat (leftover pork, maybe a sausage), 1-2 eggs, maybe a slice of cheese… A few hundreds of calories, more if more than 2-3 hours passed since my last meal.
If I do OMAD, it’s the same just everything at once. If I have too easy satiation, I have many meals 1 hour apart but it’s not my menu but my timing and I write too much.
I am not into cheese lately so several days easily pass without it but it’s a nice “different” thing and we always have it at home so if I have no other dairy option, I often use it but not very much.
My food is quite varied in my eyes, not the meat part as I usually eat pork roast or fried pork but I have a few other options here and there… But eggs? You can do zillion things with eggs!
And even for meat… I eat chicken liver or pork tongue maybe once in 2 weeks? Similar for turkey, meat soup, homemade sausage patties… Very rarely some fish and super rarely some luxury stuff like ruminant meat. But I can imagine eating pork roast for almost every meal for a quite long time (I think I already do that). Not only that, of course, I have a very hard time not to eat multi-course meals… And it’s nearly impossible for me to skip eggs for a whole day (the easiest way to do it might be not eating at all and I don’t do that if possible). But skipping meat is pretty hard too, my two pillars are eggs and meat on carnivore. Everything else is optional if it’s just a few days and happens in small amounts if it’s longer term.
On my original keto I ate very differently. No meat, LOTS of sweets (if cake and ice cream is considered sweets), very little but 25g net carbs worth of vegs, banana with chocolate, lots of nuts… I did the best I could at that time but I evolved since
This is better. Especially the simplicity but I actually get benefits with this style…
I can relate though I don’t miss bread, I just can’t always resist in my off times (I never stay on keto for long, maybe this winter but it must be near carnivore), I bake bread very, very often and it has some effect on me sometimes. And I don’t get really unwell but it’s still like having rocks in my belly so it’s a stupid thing to eat bread but my mind has these bad decisions sometimes…
But I have low-carb breads and carnivore “bread” too (my sponge cakes. it works as a great, tasty soft bread but I love crunchiness, toast, crunchy sticks, twice-baked bread… I can’t do that with eggs I do have carnivore biscuit experiments but they aren’t fully crunchy yet). And I lived without bread for years with zero problem when I went low-carb, it’s easy when we don’t have homemade bread around nearly all the time.
Roast is tossing some meat into the oven, salt it if you want and bake it for a long while… Okay I turn it at some point too and some cuts in some amounts may need a tiny water but mine usually don’t. And voila, I have my base food for several days with basically no work… Roasts are the easiest things ever. Well fine, a soup or boiled eggs are even easier as that is only putting stuff into water and cook it
I actually like to cook but I prefer having the easy option when I am not in the mood.