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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    I noticed that too about myself. I often do meals that the meat portion is only 15% of the overall meal. And have meat free weeks some times.

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    Yes often the only meat could be some diced bacon. And I count that as a meal with meat in it.
    We probably have chicken breast most often. Fish least often, but prawns more often.

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    Default Re: Meal plans for this week

    Dh doesn't do meat free meals well lol dahl is a weekly occurence here though.

    This week:

    Lasagne and salad
    Dahl and roti or rice
    Savoury mince and pasta
    Mango chicken
    Chicken curry
    Sausage stew
    Fijian Mussel dish (where I eat creamed corn coz I don't like mussels lol)

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Chicken stir fry
    Chicken tonight but I blend in loads of veges and my kids love it
    Steak and pasta dish
    Pork and steamed veges

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    Subbing, some amazing meal plans!

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    Subbing. Will add mine after kiddies are in bed

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Veggie pies
    Chargrilled veg pizza on pitta, no cheese
    Burritos
    Steamed veggies and gravy
    Veg stir fry
    Dahl with rice and garlic naan
    Veg curry with coconut rice

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Monday: Mexican lasagne
    Tuesday: feta and eggplant meatballs with couscous salad (my current fav)
    Wednesday: lemon, herb and garlic roast chicken with veges (done in slowcooker)
    Thursday: going out for tepinyaki (sp?)
    Friday: home made Hawaiian pizzas

    We will go shopping on Saturday so will write up next weeks meal plan that morning.

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    Default Meal plans for this week

    Quote Originally Posted by catrules View Post
    Sorry to bump in but i notice lots of u guys have some sort of meat (whether it be chicken, fish, beef etc) every night of the week.
    Just wondering if everyone is like this?
    We probably only do this maybe 3 times a week. The other nights we have soups, pasta, veggie or maybe egg based meals. Veggie curry, quiches, tomato or cheese pasta, various veggie based soups.
    No reason we do (other than I don't eat beef or lamb) just find I crave veggies and get sick of chicken or pork etc every night.
    I don't eat birds or mammals but eat fish 3 times a week, DH is pretty good and eats it twice a week but when he has steak I have fish or when they have chicken I usually just do the veggies or add seafood, i do a vegetarian meal usually twice a week
    DS eats meat but seems to prefer fish, I give him a variety (except processed meat or pork as DH is not a fan and I don't cook it) and he can choose when he is old enough if he wants to continue eating meat etc

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    some yummy sounding menu's.

    For us:
    tonight: Lamb backstrap with roast vegetables
    Tomorrow: Grilled chicken with salad
    Wednesday: Fajita night with friends
    Thursday: Mexican rice and beans served with chicken and salad
    Friday: Oven baked herbed fish with chips and Salad
    Saturday: Quail
    Sunday: Roast beef and baked vegetables


 

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