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>We try to eat Real Food. What does that mean to us? Our food should be whole, unprocessed and nutrient dense. One of the reason I do meal planning is to help us accomplish that goal. Most days I enjoy spending time in the kitchen putting our meals and snacks together. We started changing our diet just over a year ago. Alot of my kitchen time has been trial and error. If you are looking to change to a Real or Traditional Foods diet you can make the change without having your own ‘kitchen experiments’. My friend Wardeh at has developed a course to help you learn the basics of preparing nourishing foods for your family.

GNOWFGLINS Fundamentals eCourse (1) will take you through learning the fundamentals step by step in a simple and straightforward manner each week for 15+ weeks. The course is now open for registration and will be available until next Monday (the 22nd of February) at 5 PM. Space is limited so don’t delay.

Menu Week of February 7


B- Baked Oatmeal

L- Leftovers

D- Superbowl Snacks


B- Apples with peanut butter

D- Roast Chicken, Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Root Vegetables, Sauteed cabbage, Fruit Chutney


B- Soaked Oatmeal with pear slices

D- Chicken Tamale Pie, Salad made with apples, sprouts and shredded carrots


B- Toast with cinnamon yogurt cheese, orange slices

D- Chicken and Dumplings, sauerkraut


B- Scottish Oats, Apple Slices

D- Spinach Crepes Bernoise, Coleslaw


B- Eggs and Toast

D- Pizza


B- Sourdough Pancakes

L- Leftovers

D- Cream of Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese on Sourdough

What’s on your menu this week?

This post is a contribution to Menu Plan Monday hosted by Laura

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