February Goal: Meal Plan

I can now cross off another of my goals for the New Year: a 14-Meal Rotational Plan. These are dinners only. Breakfast and lunch look very similar unless a smoothie or juice substitute for a meal. Snacks include beef jerky, kale chips, fermented fruit leather, boiled eggs, and avocado ice cream.

We currently follow a grain-free diet, as outlined in the book Gut and Psychology Syndrome. Meals are based on inclusion of organ meats, fish, fats, and free-range, organic poultry.
  1. Meatloaf (include kidney, heart, and liver, as well as green juice pulp). Adapted from Rejuvenating Recipes' Delicious Turkey Meatloaf recipe.
  2. Spaghetti squash with vegetable stir-fry and green salad. *
  3. Chicken fajita lettuce wraps with guacamole.
  4. Blackened salmon with vegetable (adapted from this recipe, using ghee instead of vegetable oil).
  5. Roasted chicken (we include extra drumsticks). I typically adapt this recipe, substituting ghee for the olive oil.
  6. Beef brisket with onions.
  7. Spaghetti squash with spaghetti sauce.
  8. Chicken salad wraps with homemade mayonnaise.
  9. Sausage (include kidney, heart, and liver, as well as green juice pulp). Adapted from Millie's Sausages at Rejuvenating Recipes.
  10. Mexican vegetables (lots of red/green bell peppers) with salsa and guacamole. *
  11. Bacon, eggs, and pancakes made with squash and coconut flour (adapted from this Grain-Free Pancakes recipe).
  12. Chicken drumsticks and vegetable casserole.
  13. Lemon pepper salmon.
  14. Chili (add beef bone for extra fat).
* Meatless meals.

All meals are served with fermented vegetables and/or drink, as well as chicken broth/vegetables.

Vegetable options include sautéed greens, steamed vegetables, oven-baked veggies, and mashed cauliflower.