I've found the shopping list at the end of the book is a bit misleading. It's telling you what to buy for the recipes in the book for the week.
However, the recipes for breakfast and lunch are for a single serving. The recipes for dinner are for four servings. So you're getting two different "portion groups" mixed in the list.
After making the mistake of buying the week 1 shopping list, I recommend you don't do that. Instead looking at the recipes you'll use for the first three or four days and buying the ingredients you see from there. (Plus, the recipes mention appropriate substitutions and serving size so if you're making food for 1 or for 6 you can adjust the sizes).
(edited for clarity)
Edited by: SNOOPY6180 at: 5/25/2013 (09:50)
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