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I have a confession to make. I have been avoiding going to the grocery store. For several weeks now I’ve only stopped by the market when absolutely necessary and only to pick up things that I think we can’t live without. Usually that is fresh produce but even that has been sparser than it probably should. I keep hoping one day I’ll go out and the garden will miraculously be large and lush and we’ll have all of our produce needs answered. 😉
Okay, I don’t really hope that but it sure would be nice. Truth is, we’ve been eating a lot from our freezer and pantry so haven’t needed to go in to the store as much. We have a good amount of bulk purchased, canned, frozen and dehydrated things that I put up last fall that we should use up. The problem with using these things instead of going and buying stuff is it requires me to be creative in order to figure out how to use these up. And someday’s I’m not feeling as creative as I should! This week I’m going to focus on using dehydrated fruits and veggies so we might have some interesting items. My menu plan is rather loose to reflect that. We will be enjoying lentils again this week (see last week’s menu plan here). I’ve been working on some new lentil information so I see lots of lentils in our future until I finish that project. This week I’ll sprout them. Sprouting them gives the lentils a different flavor and consistency making them not seem as much like a repeat.
Sunday- hamburgers, grain salad, dried apple cake (adapted from this recipe)
Monday- Chicken cooked in either the Sun Oven or the crock pot depending on weather (leftover chicken to be used for lunches), sides to be determined
Wednesday- Sprouted Lentil Tacos
Thursday- Slow Cooker Sprouted Ethiopian Lentils (adapted from Simple Food for Winter by Shannon Stonger)
Saturday- Out of town
What’s on your menu this week?
Shared at Menu Plan Monday
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