As I mentioned in a previous post, we are going back to the GAPS diet for my daughter. Since GAPS is a healthy way of eating anyway, we’re all going to eat GAPS. Thankfully, I’ve had no difficulty finding delicious meals to cook. I’ve been using Rachel Albert-Matesz’s The Garden of Eating recipe book as a guide this past few weeks and every single dish I’ve made is absolutely delicious and satiating! And, to boot, I’ve lost 2 pounds!
So last week we spent close $45 on produce at Uncle Paul’s…but I got a TON. So much, in fact, that this week my only grocery list item is “eggs“. So my plan is to use what I have in the veggie bin: collards, carrots, cabbage, avocados, acorn squash, sweet potatoes (I know, not technically GAPS legal), broccoli, cauliflower, beets, brussels sprounts, turnips, etc.
Breakfast: leftover coconut honey muffins, goat yogurt w/ stevia and cinnamon, leftover fruit from birthday party.
Lunch: leftover fish & leftover green beans, nitrate-free hot dogs for kids
Dinner: mashed sweet potatoes w/ lime, turkey (freezer) reheated in homemade BBQ sauce, mustard-glazed broccoli
Breakfast: scrambled eggs w/ herbs, bacon, apples w/ cinnamon
Lunch: leftover BBQ turkey, mashed potatoes, broccoli, salad
Dinner: Brisket, salad (birthday dinner for my brother!)
Breakfast:tropical fruit “ambrosia” in coconut milk, fish roe cakes
Lunch: Miso soup w/ sea veggies, sauteed collards
Dinner: tuna curry, curried cauliflower, mangoes
Breakfast: egg scramble w/ leftover collards, fruit
Lunch: liverwurst, veggies, salad, squash brownies
Dinner: Turkey & Vegetable Soup, roasted root veggies
Breakfast: Almond Flour Pancakes
Dinner: Brazillian Shrimp Stew
Breakfast: Smoothies (goat kefir)
Dinner: sloppy joes
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