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August 12th, 2013, 05:01 AM
mgm78's Avatar Zoe's mom Meredith
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So? I have no idea. We were gone all day yesterday for a trail race. I made some peanutty stirfry with mung bean noodles Saturday and had leftovers last night. I made a gluten free, vegan, sugar free banana bread and it was actually good! LOL. I also made gluten free waffles that were good too. I was having some health concerns and gluten free is the first step.

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August 12th, 2013, 08:03 AM
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I'll be starting my pickles this week: watermelon rind as soon as I feel like going to the store to buy a lemon and cucumbers and/or beets if I make it to the farmer's market.

I still need to make that pot of soup because I forgot I already had soaked and cooked garbanzos for hummus to dip the leftover sweet peppers from the salsa in. We'll probably do pasta with marinara sauce on a day when i just want to boil water and open a mason jar and (at least I hope) baked beans and Boston Brown Bread on a cozy at home day that isn't too hot. I'm also looking forward to thawing some broccolini (sticker shock at the cash register but SO worth it for cooking in quantity! You don't need to peel the stems so there is literally no waste) but the summer squash also looks pretty good and I've got onions to cook it up with in the fridge.

Mung bean noodles remind me of a thai recipe I haven't made in way too long so maybe I'll do that too if I can score some peanuts and cilantro.

I'm saving my frozen bananas for smoothies but I've got apples if you wanted to share the sugar free banana bread recipe. I'm almost out of sugar after canning all that fruit this week.
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August 13th, 2013, 05:00 AM
mgm78's Avatar Zoe's mom Meredith
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i think it was this one, but it is not loading right now.


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August 16th, 2013, 01:23 PM
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Meal Plan Monday: Back 2 School - My Plant-Based Family

Pretty much this for the rest of the week... I am being lazy and trying to use up all our canned beans and rice/quinoa to make room for more organic stuff

Welcome to the GF world, Mer!
Samuel Francisco (11/24/08, 8lbs2oz, 21in)
Elijah Spencer (10/28/12, 8lbs11oz, 20.5in)
Micah Gabriel due December 16, 2015

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