If I had a choice, I would not do two correction days in a row *unless* I had a gain after a correction day. And since I know holding a loss after a correction day works (the Post-Correction Day Strategy, PCDS for short) I feel confident in recommending you do the PCDS. Now, don't get these things mixed up; a Chicken Thigh Day (a 'CTD') is a correction day (a 'CD'), and the Post-Correction Day Strategy can be used after ANY correction day to hold the loss, and allow the body to relax/break out of a starvation mode cycle (where a series of gains happen).
The PCDS is what I've been posting about in my blog. Remember: the Chicken Thigh Day is the correction day, and the Post-Correction Day Strategy (the 'PCDS') is what happens AFTER that.
Read up on what to eat there. Read the "Reader's Digest Version" entry of the first two days of the PCDS to get a feel for how the first two days (heads up: no carbs, no processed foods, no salt, no grains, no veggies...all poultry, all meat, and fish. And avoid pork too, due to sodium and whatnot).
I'm still addding to the list of foods to eat. But for now, if it isn't on the list, DO NOT assume you can eat it. This is ONLY for 2 days; don't try to go beyond what I've listed. Don't get creative. You did it with the foods Simeons laid out in P2, right? For 40 injections, which is about 7 weeks, right? Surely you can do this restricted food list for TWO DAYS! I have faith in you, Mel! And, same goes for other folks; what I've listed is very do-able.
Go to my blog, and read thru the food there listed on the "Reader's Digest" post for the first 2 days of the PCDS. And before eating anything not mentioned there, assume if it isn't specified there, it isn't allowed. Then...PM me to confirm. Always err on the side of caution.