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Your Meal Plan: Is Simpler Better?
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02/28/2014
5:31 pm
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Simple Meal Plan

Meal planning can be a simple task when basic recipes are repeated each week or month. To the adventurous cook, planning  could be a complex process with new and exciting meals each day. Either way, planning meals ahead of time will save you money, time, energy and give you peace of mind. You can save even more by using some of the following tips and tricks.

There was a book written that suggested:

Wash on Monday        Iron on Tuesday     Mend on Wednesday
Market on Thursday   Clean on Friday      Bake on Saturday
Rest on Sunday

So my daughter Becky suggested that we could make a simple planner that follows the same idea:

 

By using this system, The entire family can cook and bake food on Sunday. Then it's so easy to bag the planned-overs to use throughout the week.

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03/02/2014
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  • Repeating meals throughout the month simplifies planning.
  • Your kids will look forward to these comforting meals.
  • You will save $ by shopping once a month for ingredients.

Even though the basic cooking procedure is repeated, we highly recommend that you rotate ingredients in order to serve a variety of root vegetables, above-the-ground veggies, proteins and fruit of all different colors. Adding variety insures that you will most likely take in all the necessary vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.

Just a thought

Don R

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