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Prepping for Paleo

Monday, April 29, 2013

I have decided to go slow instead of jumping right in. My weekly trip to Starbucks for a Grande Carmel Macchiato will still be allowed as well as condiments. Yeah, Yeah I know...what about all of the crap in those? I have learned that small steps are going to be very important here. I want this to work but if I dont want to feel like caged dog! The crabby caged dog always bites! I could have kept the fast food, ice cream, cookies, chips, soda and candybars.
I cleaned out my freezer, frige and cupboards. I did keep some things that my family eats but if they are out of sight they are out of mind. However there is no candy or ice cream so if I get a hankering I am going to have to physically make something or go to the store, which once I am home for the night I usually dont venture out.
My freezer staples this week:
Ground turkey
Venison (Thanks honey! You are such a good hunter...our village would be well fed:))
Chicken Breasts
Thin sandwich steaks
Tip-make sure you stock up on meat when it is on sale. Learn your grocers sale cycle! That way you will know when your favorite meats will be on sale.
Veggies I will need:
Spaghetti squash, peppers, onions, mushrooms, broccoli califlower, pea pods, cucs, tomatoes, and romaine.

Meal ideas:
Stir frys
Chicken fajita salad
Venison steaks with roasted veggies
Egg sandwhiches.
I am a severe creature of habit so I will probably eat the same breakfast and lunch all week unless I have leftovers from dinner.
I also have back up paleo meals in the freezer: chicken breast with broccoli and chicken thyme stew.
Well my plan is all set. Lets get shopping and then it is time for prep!
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    It sounds as if you're prepped and excited, so you're bound to succeed!!!!

    I wish you the very best of success on your journey.
    1753 days ago
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