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When creating a meal plan, I only plan for breakfast and dinner, with lunch being leftovers. I try to make enough dinner to have it again for lunch the next day, but when that doesn’t happen, lunch is either a sandwich or a salad. I always have sourdough bread on hand so sandwiches are my fall back. I would like to be more creative with lunches, but I haven’t had the motivation yet. If you have a meal plan to share, please link-up at the bottom of this post!

I always have water kefir and kombucha to drink. This week I made Meadow Tea Flavored Water Kefir.


Monday 7/23

Breakfast: 2 Eggs fried in Pastured Lard with Salsa and a slice of Sourdough Toast smeared with Butter, Beet Kvass

Dinner: Simple Marinated Beef, French Fries baked with Pastured Lard, Steamed Spinach with lots of Butter

Tuesday 7/24

Breakfast: Soaked Cinnamon Vanilla Baked Oatmeal with Raw Milk

Dinner: Creamed Chicken and Rice with added Peas

Wednesday 7/25

Breakfast: Soaked Cinnamon Vanilla Baked Oatmeal with Raw Milk

Dinner: Chicken Vegetable Soup with Organ Meats, such as Liver or Heart instead of Chicken, Sprouted Whole Wheat Crackers

Thursday 7/26

Breakfast: Yogurt-Coconut Smoothie

Dinner: Chicken Vegetable Soup with Organ Meats, such as Liver or Heart instead of Chicken, Sprouted Whole Wheat Crackers

Friday 7/27

Breakfast: 2 Eggs fried in Pastured Lard with Salsa and a slice of Sourdough Toast smeared with Butter, Beet Kvass

Dinner: Sloppy Joes on Sourdough Bread, Soaked Black Beans, Carrots Vichy, Fermented Sauerkraut

Saturday 7/28

Breakfast: Sourdough Pancakes with Raw Milk

Dinner: Sourdough Pizza, Salad with Caesar Dressing

Sunday 7/29

Breakfast: Yogurt-Coconut Smoothie

Dinner: Tilapia seasoned with Homemade Curry Powder, Roasted Brussel Sprouts

**Editors Note: If you are interested in meal planning, but aren’t sure where to start, be sure to check out Plan to Eat, an easy-to-use meal planning service! You can try it for free for three days!

Do you have a meal plan that you want to share? Use the link below to add your Real Food Meal Plan for this week.

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Beverly and her husband have been married for five years. She worked as an Electrical Engineer until 2011 when she was laid-off. With God’s guidance she determined to be a homemaker and started researching the best foods to eat. During her research she came across the WAPF and began to understand the importance of “real” food in her diet. She recently started blogging to share what she is learning on her “real” food journey. Check out her blog, Alive & Living for articles about living and eating the way God intended.

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  1. Great meal plan for this week! Still working on ours.


  2. Looks great, Beverly! Way to use organ meats in your soup.


  3. The Soaked Cinnamon Vanilla Baked Oatmeal sounds so good!


  4. Beverly, that oatmeal does sound yummy!
    As a vegetarian, I have to get pretty creative with my lunches. I often have brown rice and beans mixed with salsa and avocado. Another lunch that I love and is super simple, smeared avocado on toast! Perfect snack too! :) Great post


  5. Yum! I’m just finishing up my own meal plan for the week, but it’s not nearly that adventurous! :D


  6. As far as lunches go, I try to keep some homemade refried beans, homemade salsa, precooked chicken (usually from our Sunday supper), cheese, and homemade whole wheat tortilla shells handy. If we are out of leftovers, or the other basics (PB and J or grilled cheese), then this is an easy lunch to fix.

    Your sourdough pizza sounds good. I’m going to have to fix it sometime soon!


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