Happy Sunday! This weeks meal plans are here and there’s some really delicious bowls of goodness happening. I’m trying to make sure I include at least 1 seafood recipe in the mix (for the non-vego plan) as I’m a big believer in the benefits of Omega-3 in your diet. There’s also a lovely range of different vegetables involved with enough cross over to not end the week with a whole lot of wilting herbs in the fridge. Winning on all fronts.
Today is the last day of the gut makeover! 4 weeks of no caffeine, grains, legumes, dairy, alcohol and sugar done and dusted! This weeks Plan A will still reflect how I’ve been eating for the last week and Plan B will be the usual vegetarian plan. I’m also going to reflect a little on how I’ve found this whole gut make over thing.
Whoop Whoop it’s meal plan time again! And it’s my last week of the Gut Makeover! This weeks PLAN A will again be gut makeover friendly for any of those thinking of doing it or just trying to eat less carbs. However, this week I’ve been eating some fermented dairy so it’s still gluten free but no longer strictly paleo or dairy free. And I can’t tell you how excited I was to eat cheese.
This week has gone oh so quickly! I sort of fee like that about this whole year though. It’s a whirlwind. But I’m loving doing these meal plans each week as they help keep me on track, I hope you’re loving them too!
We’re deep into winter now and I finally think I’ve adjusted. I’ve got the right amount of blankets on my bed. I know how to get the house warm super quick, and have red wine and a list of great shows on hand for when it’s too miserable to head outside. plus, I’ve got a decent list of winter favourites I’m rotating.
This weeks meal plans are continuing along that waste less theme. The recipes have cross over ingredients but different flavour profiles and should leave you with enough for lunches if there’s just 2 of you! This is how I cook at home, using ingredients form one recipe to create the rest.
This weeks meal plans have arrived and they’re delightful! I’ve included notes on how to cut down on waste by adjusting the recipes, such as using green cabbage for both recipes that call for cabbage this week. I’m all for adapting recipes to suit your needs, and the contents of your fridge.
This week has been a fun one in the kitchen, with delicious cakes, yummy curries and even more things to come next week. The meal plans this week definitely reflect this as well as my continuous push to wasting less food and using similar ingredients across the week, but don’t worry this doesn’t mean everything will taste the same!