Day 3 snack 1


Left over vegetables from turkey stew last night. And I know you are thinking: but it’s Friday, and there’s no meat on Friday. But this idea of “no meat” does not mean vegetarian, it means: know what it feels to be poor and you can eat meat based products, like broth or fat, as long as there is no meat.

Day 2 dinner


Turkey Leg Stew with carrot, potato and dried mushrooms done in the pressure cooker.

Day 2 snack 1


Toasted Unleavened Poppyseed Bread with Coconut Oil

Day 1 snack 2

Red Miso Soup with Tamari

Day 1 dinner

Sautéed Split Yellow Peas and Kale

Bring 1/2 c yellow peas in 1/2 c water to slow simmer in a small pot. Cook uncovered until preferred doneness.

I often make up big batches of lentils and beans and then freeze them in 1 or 2 cup containers. They are easy and fast to thaw by putting the frozen lentilcycles into a pot on low heat with a bit of water to avoid scorching.

Chop a good bunch of kale into bite-sized pieces and sauté in a frying pan with 1-2 Tbsp of coconut oil. Add salt and pepper to taste. While this is cooking, add a bit of bouillon to the lentils for flavour, mix well. When kale is cooked to desired tenderness, add lentils and mix well to warm and season thoroughly.