Menu Plan Monday (vegetarian/vegan/macrobiotic)

This is week 2 of the Macrobiotic Experiment

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Menu Plan for the Week of February 14 – February 21

Sunday Dinner - kabocha squash “fries” with unsweetened organic ketchup; red swiss chard & green beans

Monday Dinner - make your own salads – romaine, sprouts, carrots, tofu, jicama, apples, celery, chicken for Bobby; some kind of bread on the side

Tuesday Dinner - Masoor ki dal (red lentil Indian dish), brown rice, greens

Wednesday Dinner - Chickpea curry (chana masala) with homemade naan and potato oven fries (for Bobby)

Thursday Dinner - Jap chae (Korean noodle dish) with rice

Friday/Saturday Dinner - one night out; one night veggie/tofu stir-fry with leftovers from the week plus rice

Desserts: apples, jicama, tofu yogurt, oranges, oat bran mini-scones

Breakfasts: miso soup, oatmeal/oat bran with dried fruit and nut butters, steamed greens, fruit

Lunches: kabocha fries, greens, salads, sandwiches on homemade bread, leftovers

More great menus can be found at Organizing Junkie!

This is my second week of macrobiotic eating and I’m loving it so far.  My secret cupid sent me the most amazing gift (The Asian Vegan Kitchen) so I used that for most of my menu planning this week.  Thanks again Olga!

This was my dinner tonight (Bobby got Domino’s takeout) -

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This was breakfast -

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Bobby had cheesy grits (on the left; 1 serving grits, 1/4 cup cheese mixed in, plus cheese on top).  (On the right) I had 3/4 cup oat bran with cinnamon and 1 tablespoon of peanut butter mixed in while cooking.  I think I like keeping the peanut butter on the spoon though; I couldn’t taste it much.

5 Comments on Menu Plan Monday (vegetarian/vegan/macrobiotic)

  1. NAOm ni
    15 February, 2009 at 9:06 pm (6 years ago)

    I always love your food pictures! I’m getting a lot of great ideas for when I quit being a poor college student.

    NAOmni

  2. seamaiden
    15 February, 2009 at 10:49 pm (6 years ago)

    Mmm, kabocha fries. We had regular old potato fries (baked in the oven from scratch) tonight… but I’ll have to try the kabocha fries/chips. The masoor ki dal and Korean noodles also sound delicious. I’ll look for that cookbook you mentioned, as well!

    -Sea
    (another vegetarian menu planner)

  3. Andrea
    15 February, 2009 at 11:36 pm (6 years ago)

    That food looks really good. I’ve never had cheese grits though, I may try that one day.

  4. Anna
    16 February, 2009 at 6:55 am (6 years ago)

    Will you live with me and cook for me? k thanks.
    because that all looks really good!

  5. Elizabeth
    16 February, 2009 at 11:47 am (6 years ago)

    Reading your menu resparked my interest in learning to cook some Indian dishes. Your menu sounds delicious.