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Weekly Meal Plan

Menu Plan Mondays

If you haven’t noticed it already, my family loves Indian & Mexican foods. Something about the savory curries and aromatic peppers really gets us going. This week is no different.

B: Green Smoothies (bananas, raw eggs, frozen blueberries, kale, raw milk, nut butter)
L: Tuna, Carrot & Raisin Salad served on a bed of mixed salad greens, glass of kombucha
D: Spaghetti Squash and Marinara sauce, roasted broccoli, glass of raw milk (why raw milk?)
To do: Soak pinto beans, ferment sauerkraut & cortido

B: Scrambled eggs (from pastured hens), apple slices, glass of raw milk
L: Leftover spaghetti squash, large green salad w/homemade dressing, glass of kombucha
D: King Ranch Chicken (sans tortillas), refried beans in lard, salad, glass of raw milk
To do: Soak kidney beans

B: Coconut Milk Smoothies (why smoothies?)
L: Shrimp & Stir Fried Veggies, apple slices, glass of kombucha
D: Curried Kidney Bean & Spinach Soup, glass of kombucha

B: Scrambled eggs served w/cortido & sour cream, grapes, glass of raw milk
L: Sweet Potato Latkes (made w/buckwheat), salad, glass of kombucha
D: Leftover King Ranch Chicken, refried beans, sliced avocados, glass of raw milk


B: Coconut Milk Smoothies
L: Leftover Curried Kidney Bean & Spinach Soup, large salad, glass of kombucha
D: Veggie korma, orange slices, glass of kombucha

B: Green Smoothies
L: Egg salad & guacamole lettuce wraps, glass of raw milk
D: Salmon Patties, sauerkraut, salad, glass of raw milk


D: Asian meatballs, roasted asparagus, shredded cauliflower “rice”

This menu is part of Organizing Junkie’s Menu Plan Mondays. For other meal ideas, be sure to check it out.

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11 Responses to Weekly Meal Plan
  1. Rona
    March 23, 2009 | 7:41 am

    I love all the beautiful photos on your blog.
    Your menu sounds delicious.
    I’m just waiting on my coffee to finish brewing. You have a terrific week.
    Happy MPM.

  2. KristenM
    March 23, 2009 | 9:52 am

    Rona — Thanks for the compliments and for your visit.

  3. Son of Grok
    March 23, 2009 | 10:17 am

    While you are on spicy foods, try my real food jalepeno poppers that I posted today! Sounds like a good week of eating.

    The SoG

    Son of Grok

  4. Carrie Oliver
    March 23, 2009 | 10:38 am

    This looks like a great menu plan esp. as I’m trying to avoid eating “white things” in my diet (grains, potatoes, rices – which pretty much eliminates anything in a can or box). Do you share recipes? Love to learn more about asian meatballs, sweet potato pankakes, and salmon patties. Can’t do the raw egg smoothies, don’t trust the sources in our area but looks like there’s a lot of protein in the plan, already.

    Carrie Oliver

  5. KristenM
    March 23, 2009 | 11:03 am

    SoG — I’ve actually been eating those puppies for decades! Seriously good eats. To make the cream cheese a bit more “primal,” try making your own from stringing up a plain yogurt and letting the yogurt solids separate from the whey. That way the “cheese” will be chock full of beneficial enzymes and nice & tart. Plus you’ll have whey on your hands — a pretty useful thing you can use to finally try your hand at lacto-fermenting sauerkraut, pickles, salsas, or other veggies.

    Carrie — I *do* usually share recipes. My camera broke about 4 weeks ago and just got fixed yesterday! So, I’ll be taking pics and posting recipes again soon.

  6. Son of Grok
    March 23, 2009 | 11:15 am

    Very interesting… do you have a link that might give me a step by step on how to do it? Making my own cream cheese? Sure.. ill give that a try!

    The SoG

    Son of Grok

  7. KristenM
    March 23, 2009 | 11:23 am

    Here’s a pumpkin-y holiday spin I did on making your own cream cheese from yogurt:

    Just follow the first part to make the yogurt cream cheese. Easy. The pumpkin and spices can be saved for a “healthier” holiday treat. Or you could jazz up the cream cheese with other options (we like dill and freshly cracked peppercorns).

  8. Son of Grok
    March 23, 2009 | 1:54 pm

    Ok that looks easy enough… now how about making yogurt from scratch so i can REALLY start at the beggining? lol

    The SoG

    Son of Grok

  9. KristenM
    March 23, 2009 | 1:58 pm

    Ha! I’ll be posting that later this week. Funny that you read my mind!

  10. Carol
    March 24, 2009 | 1:10 pm

    What is your source for kombucha? I get mine from the Synergy drinks but they are pricey…any suggestions? Thx…

  11. Carol
    March 24, 2009 | 1:28 pm

    Oops…okay…I found the kombucha info another of your pages…thanks

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