Menu Plan Monday (vegetarian/vegan/macrobiotic)

Long title!  This is my first week of the Macrobiotic Experiment


Menu Plan for the Week of February 8 – February 14

Sunday Dinner – Golden beets with ginger (fresh from the farmers’ market!), wheatberries, and sprouts.  (Recipe coming!)

Monday Dinner – Carrot soup, rice/couscous with beans.

Tuesday Dinner – Tempeh Tuna from Becoming Whole, baked kabocha, sauteed veggies, rice for Bobby.

Wednesday Dinner – Jerk Seitan from Vegan With a Vengeance, baked potato fries, sauteed greens.

Thursday Dinner – Tofu scrambles with leftover veggies.

Friday/Saturday Dinner – one night out; one night chickpea burgers (Becoming Whole) with homemade biscuits and some type of seaweed salad (TBD).

Desserts: Fruit, tofu yogurt & granola, oranges, vanilla soy ice cream, and Fraiche in Palo Alto (they have soy!).

Breakfasts: miso soup, oatmeal with dried fruit, rice porridge with fruit, steamed greens, Asian pears, oranges, tofu yogurt.

Lunches: wheatberry salads, seaweed salads, fruit and soy yogurt parfaits, nut butter sammies on homemade biscuits, hummus sammies, rice and chicken dishes for Bobby, veggies, fruit, and leftovers.

More great menus can be found at Organizing Junkie!

This is my first week of macrobiotic eating and I’m very excited for it.  I will be sure to keep you updated on my progress.  What is your favorite cookbook?  I think mine is this huge book called The Complete Asian Cooking Companion.  That’s where I get all the ideas for my Asian meals.

17 Replies to “Menu Plan Monday (vegetarian/vegan/macrobiotic)”

  1. thanks for so much Maggie for sharing your week menu with us…. you know how happy I am reading them??? because I haven’t made mine yet and I really need to plan on that from now on…. so, this will be another inspirational place for me (besides of yoga workouts!).

    I’ll write about black rice porridge in my next post for you! 😀

  2. I absolutely love cookbooks and have far too many of them, but I think my favorite is Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything, and his vegetarian version of that cookbook!

  3. Favorite cookbook…for me it is a favorite publisher…anything Moosewood. Good old fashioned, full of dairy, vegetarian cooking. Still have my first one — 28 year old Enchanted Broccoli Forest with no cover and in 6 pieces :^)

  4. My favorite cookbook: all websites like allrecipes and myrecipes!

    Looks like you’ve got a delish week ahead 🙂

  5. Your menu looks great!

    I think my favorite cookbook is the Weight Watchers Complete Cookbook. There are so many tasty recipes that don’t taste like “diet” food.

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