I really feel for you, so frustrating when you feel like you’re in the swing of a good tranche of consistent training. I’ve just finished my second week of complete rest, zero activity, after damaging ligaments on the front of my ankle. I’m borderline exercise obsessed and it feels like an eternity. I was 6 weeks into IM Base with an ironman on the horizon at the end of June. If I follow the physio advice now there is still a chance I can compete. Hips knees and ankle aren’t to be messed with and whilst it is frustrating, esp watching your peers rack up time and miles, some time now will pay dividends down the road.
Maybe consider working on the other things that can make you fast or your training more effective. For example bike and kit maintenance, sell off some unused stuff if possible to free up money to buy some speed, batch cooking some helathy meals or snacks. I’m thinking of a propoer drivetrain strip down, waxing the chain, selling kit to fund some wheels etc. Or learn a new skill - I’ve become quite a dab hand at baking bread!