After thinking about this for the past week or so, I've decided against going with the Cheat To Lose diet. Instead, I've chosen to do Ori Hefmekler's Anti-Estrogenic diet.
I've done Ori's Warrior Diet in the past and had some good results on it, but I came to dislike the food preparation that I was doing every day. It became a hassle gathering all the ingredients and cooking for an hour or so every day, when I just wanted to sit and eat when it came time. I bought a crock pot then and will also use it this time around, to make healthy soups and stews, but will be focusing on easily prepared foods like hard-boiled eggs, fruits and raw vegetables and maybe juices from those. I really enjoy steamed cruciferous vegetables, and they're quick to make, though I will certainly try to eat a wider variety of vegetables, using the guidelines that Ori suggested.
The Anti-Estrogenic diet follows the same pattern of eating that the Warrior Diet does: undereat during the day, and eat one main meal at night. During the day I'll be eating small servings of fresh fruit and raw veggies, protein (like fish or a hard-boiled egg) and drinking tons of water. In the evening, I'll eat a more substantial meal, consisting of at least two large servings of fresh or steamed veggies, followed by lean proteins (fish, kefir, aged cheese, legumes, etc).
More on this later.