I listen to the Warrior Within podcast all the time. One thing that Ori's friend, Marty Gallagher says, is that we should give ourselves permission NOT TO EAT. He really emphasizes a recovery shake post workout. I don't know how much he eats again until dinner.
Ori has suggested that you have as many as 3/4 recovery meals each with about 10-20 grams of protein and, I think, 20-30 grams of carbs spaced an hour apart. This is what I try to do. Sometimes I snack on nuts throughout the day but most times I have a recovery shake on workout days and then eat a main meal at night. I don't think I eat enough though during the 4 hour overeating phase, because I am normally satisfied after my first meal. But on the morning after workout days I am often pretty hungry.
The main idea is to give you body time to heal and detox by not overtaxing digestion. And, when you are not constantly bombarding your body with food, you burn fat and realign your blood sugar levels. Then when you exercise during this phase you boost the fat burning effect.
HUNGER IS GODS FOOD, WHEREBY HE NOURISHES THE SINCERE ONES : It's so sad how people are brainwashed into eating themselves sick. All that fasting that went on in bible times where not just spiritual disciplines but also physical cleansings. Hopefully this new movement of allowing the body to "Rest" for periods of time and clean out when it needs will catch on. It simply works.