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As you may have noticed, I put a page up under the “Health and Food” tab in the “Elimination Diet” category called Meal Plans. Early in this diet, I was diligent about preparation, soaking grains, and trying new recipes, and recording them all on a week-by-week meal plan. I did this for about 3 weeks, then I got lazy as I began to work and repeat meals as I felt like eating them. However, I still made the meal plans up, they were just based more loosely on what I ate, focusing more on foods added and then throwing in some ideas for other meals to eat. As I was mostly eating out of the freezer, there was no preparation to be done some days. I mention this on the page itself, but it is something to be aware of.
Slogging through 60 days of blog posts is a difficult way to get meal ideas (but would still be very helpful, I imagine). Furthermore, these structured meal plans include adding in alcohol and chocolate and tend to have more balanced meals (as opposed to the days where I eat the same thing for lunch and dinner). I hope this additional resource can be a benefit to you, either as something you follow or just something to get ideas from.
Please let me know what you think! I’ve never made meal plans before and am eager to get some feedback.
On a related note, all of my Elimination Diet pages are finally completely updated.
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