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    Default Meals for a Week to Serve Four

    Roast Chicken with Vegetables
    Bake chicken with cubed carrots and parsnips tossed with olive oil and salt.

    Lasagna, garlic bread, and salad

    Roast turkey legs, stove-top stuffing, and baby lima beans

    Pasta with Beans and Broccoli Rabe
    Cook chopped broccoli rabe, a can of white kidney beans, a cup chicken broth and minced garlic 10 minutes in a covered pot. Toss with cooked pasta.

    Broiled Curried Chicken Breasts
    Mix 1 cup nonfat yogurt with 1 1/2 tbs curry powder and 1/2 tsp salt. Spread on chicken before broiling.
    Jasmine rice, and roasted cauliflower


    Salmon, brown rice, and snow peas and ****ake mushrooms
    Saute snow peas and sliced mushrooms in a little oil, soy sauce, minced garlic and ginger.

    Mushroom bites, mozzarella sticks, chicken fingers (all of these can be purchased in the freezer section and are rather inexpensive if you buy the 'bulk size'), and green salad with roasted peppers.

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    Once again, SUPER YUMMY!! We are in a financial crisis here, and so I am limited to the basics and my stockpile(which is dwindling). Your menus sound so wonderful and healthy.
    Shelly

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    Default stock piling

    it's all about stocking the pantry it takes about three months, purchasing items on sale to fully stock a freezer (refrigerator's) and cupboards. then I can live on what's been stock piled for about that time and just purchase fresh items as needed...milk, eggs, etc. of course, if something goes on sale at a really good price I'll grab it and add it in so my pantry rarely dwindles down to nothing. however, I've been there and have had to get REALLY creative to keep from eating the same thing every day! LOL!

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