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  • MoChan98
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    PETERMORRIS966 Thank you so much!!

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  • PETERMORRIS966
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    MoChan98 Your meal plans look very darn good. Lots of variety & healthy foods.

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  • MoChan98
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    And here it is: The NEW mealplan with 10 full vegan dinners

    As always, feel free to ask for any recipes or tipps! And leave your opinion or improvements if you like


    Week 1

    Monday _ Salmon with Spinach in Puffpastry with potatoes
    Tuesday _ Pasta with creamy mushroom sauce and salad
    Wednesday _ Spaghetti Bolognese pimped with veggies and salad
    Thursday _ Pan-roasted Mushrooms with Rice and salad
    Friday _ Coconut-Curry with rica and salad
    Saturday _ Buckwheat-Pasta (Soba) pan-fried with Shrimps and veggies
    Sunday _ Cocnut-red-lentil-soup with bread and salad


    Week 2

    Monday _ Rice, green peas, fish (I buy the frozen one with different toppings) and salad
    Tuesday _ Vegan Tortellini in olive-veggi-tomato-sauce and salad
    Wednesday _ Vegan Japanese Curry with rice and salad
    Thursday _ Steak, potatoes and salad
    Friday _ Vegan pizza and salad
    Saturday _ Eggs (sunny-side up), Spinach and potatoes
    Sunday _ "Healthier" Mac'n'Cheese (with fresh spinach and broccoli) and salad


    Week 3

    Monday _ Chili sin Carne
    Tuesday _ Ramen with Toppings: Egg, Ham, Green Onions, Seaweedif youhave some, and sesame
    Wednesday _ Salmon with oven-baked balloon potatoes, green peas and salad
    Thursday _ Buckwheat-Pasta (Soba) with pan-fried mushrooms
    Friday _ Falafel with home-made, oven-baked fries and salad
    Saturday _ Vietnamese summer rolls with shrimps, glass noodles and coriander
    Sunday _ Coconut-Curry with rica and salad


    Week 4

    Monday _ "Bratwurst" with "Sauerkraut" and potatoes
    Tuesday _ Pan-fried rice with bellpeppers, fish (the frozen one with toppings) and spinach (or greenpeas)
    Wednesday _ Vegan Japanese Curry with rice and salad
    Thursday _ Vegan Tortellini in olive-veggi-tomato-sauce and salad
    Friday _ Fried rice (with veggies and eggs) and salad
    Saturday _ Gnocchi Gorgonzola with spinach
    Sunday _ Romanian Vegetable soup (Ciorba)

    Repeat!

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  • MoChan98
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    Hello!

    A quick update on my mealplan: It didn't quite work for me to cut out some rice, so I kind of left it as it was.

    But: I did a vegan week and it inspired me on implementing more vegan days in my mealplan!

    I fell in love with a Shiitake-Champignon-Spread for my bread (which is vegan) and vegan Japanese Curry! I'm totally going to eat these two more often! I also discovered that I don't need Milk that much and can use the "Barista" which is a mix of oat and soy milk and only soy milk. (I won't buy the pure soy milk as much, because od different reasons). I will cut down on meat, too, as meat will become much more expensive in Germany, which is awesome, and I will cut down on eggs. (We (two people) ate about 15 eggs a week, which is quite a lot) Which was super interesting and yummy was the Falafel. I can buy a Falafel-mix, to which I only add water and some oil to pan-fry them, for only 1,25€!! (1,13 Pounds or 1,40 USD) It feed us two days, so you could say it is for 2-4 people. Totally will buy it again!!

    I had a lot of days, on which I felt exhausted (didn't do sports though and didn't work much) for no reason. It made me feel better during the vegan week, even though we let it slip for three days, because my mum got us some yummy non-vegan food, which would have gone bad by the end of the week. (it is rare to get us these, that's why)

    I also didn't want to spend much money that week, so I asked my godmother for help. She is Vegan and super healthy and fit. She taught me that you can live vegan on a small budget, too. The only products I bought, that were a little "expensive" were soy bits, mushroom-spread and the oat/soy milk. So for me, I didn't need tofu or seitan, which saved quite a bit of money. As I won't go full vegan and keep a good balance between the meals, I won't have to check on my nutrition and take supplements.

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  • MoChan98
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    JMed Oh I forgot, in W4Wednesday I put some beans in the Chili, too - so i have some legumes in there, too

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  • MoChan98
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    JMed Thank you very much! I usually cook everyday at home because I love cooking. Most of the recipes are quite easy and quick to do, so some days, when I feel lazy, I try to persuade myself that it is no big deal to cook something real quick haha
    It is also super good to save some money, when you know exactly what you need for your week. Like that, you only have to go grocery shopping once a week and don't buy unnecessary things

    Usually, when eating pasta, I cook whole wheat or Buckwheat pasta. I usually try to find some Gnocchi with spinach already kneaded inside, instead the normal ones, too. I will feel better knowing that at least I eat helthier pasta, when doing so haha
    I will, too, see if I can cut one or two days with rice and cook instead something else that fits the other parts ofthe meal. Thanks! When I find some time to do that, I will let a note here, which days I changed.

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  • JMed
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    I´m no expert on nutrition, but I see this pretty, pretty good. If you are really doing it, it´s amazing. I would be too lazy to cook this on my own, to be honest, but would be awesome. I don´t really like eating that much pasta, but it shouldn´t be a problem working out everyday.

    Only thing I would change, just as a recommendation, is giving up some rice and adding more legumes. I only see them in W1Tuesday and W4Friday, but that´s totally up to you, if this is working, of course.

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  • MoChan98
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    'Homemade' meal plans for a whole month to repeat :)

    Hello my fellow bees

    I am trying to lose weight and tone my body. (Though I am currently in a black hole of a lack of motivation, I'll eventually get out). Anyways, I wanted to help myself with my eating habits, so I created a dinner mealplan for a whole month. Thus I don't always have to think of something new as I start over after week 4. It is totally adjustable. I wanted to ask for your opions and improvements
    Feel free to use it, if you feel like it, too! Oh, and ask me for any recipes Enjoy!!



    Week 1

    Monday _ Salmon with Spinach in Puffpastry with potatoes
    Tuesday _ Feta-Chickpea-Curry with bread/pita
    Wednesday _ Spaghetti Bolognese pimped with veggies
    Thursday _ Pan-roasted Mushrooms with Rice
    Friday _ Chickenbreast with green beans, topped with sesame, and potatoes
    Saturday _ Buckwheat-Pasta (Soba) pan-fried with Shrimps and veggies
    Sunday _ Quesadillas (take whatever meat you crave, pop some veggies and cheese, and make guacamole)


    Week 2

    Monday _ Rice, green peas and fish (I buy the frozen one with different toppings)
    Tuesday _ Creamy Mushroom-Soup with homemade garlic bread
    Wednesday _ Japanese Curry with rice (use any meat you like)
    Thursday _ Spicy pan-fried pasta with dried and fresh tomatoes and spicy meatballs
    Friday _ Leftover Meatballs from yesterday and oven-baked veggies topped with potato slices
    Saturday _ Pan-Fried Gnocchi with veggies
    Sunday _ Feel free to eat something you crave


    Week 3

    Monday _ Japanese Curry with Rice (beef recomended)
    Tuesday _ Ramen with Toppings: Egg, Ham, Green Onions, Seaweedif youhave some, and sesame
    Wednesday _ Pan-fried rice with bellpeppers, fish (the frozen one with toppings) and spinach (or greenpeas)
    Thursday _ Pasta Carbonara pimped with hidden cauliflower
    Friday _ Baked potatoes with yoghurt-dip and veggies
    Saturday _ Vietnamese summer rolls with shrimps, glass noodles and coriander
    Sunday _ Romanian Vegetable soup (Ciorba)


    Week 4

    Monday _ Soy sauce marinated chickenbreast with rice and veggies
    Tuesday _ Salmon with oven-baked balloon potatoes and green peas
    Wednesday _ Chili Sin Carne with Tofu
    Thursday _ Pan-roasted Mushrooms with Buckwheat-Pasta (Soba)
    Friday _ Red lentil soup with bread/pita
    Saturday _ Gnocchi Gorgonzola with spinach
    Sunday _ Katsudon (Japanese Schnitzel) with rice and veggies


    Repeat!
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