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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. Some days we do better than others. This week I have a fairly easy menu planned since I am spending quite a bit of time working (I work from home as a bookkeeper and it is tax prep time) and have less time for meal prep plus I’m feeling a little scatter brained.
Last week we enjoyed the Brisket, the Creamed Onions and the Coconut Duck Soup. I’d never made brisket before and was very surprised at how tender it ended up being. The Creamed Onions was a recipe suggested by Anna from Sacred Appetite and it was delicious. The Coconut Duck Soup was based on a recipe from Nourishing Traditions and it was surprisingly good. I plan to make it again in the near future but I did discover that it isn’t substantial enough to have as a meal (at least for my family) it is more of an appetizer.
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Menu Week of January 31
B- Pancakes and Eggs
L- Salmon Patties
D- Antelope Roast, Mashed potatoes, Green Beans, Apple Chutney
B- Pancakes, Orange slices
D- Antelope Pie, sauteed apples
B- Toast with Peanut butter, Apple slices
D-Sweet and Sour Meatballs, Rice, Butternut Squash
B- Butterscotch Rice topped with pear chunks and almonds
D- Garbanzo Bean Curry, Bulgar, Spicy lemons, flat bread
B- Yogurt Parfaits
D- Sourdough Pitas with bean patties, radish sprouts and yogurt dressing. Pickled carrots, jicama sticks.
B- Soaked Oatmeal topped with blueberries
B- Baked Oatmeal
D- Humus, Pita points, pickled veggies, jicama sticks