I am eating Paleo by necessity, but I try to add in some grains, legumes, and dairy for my family (while I omit).

Having begun once-a-week cooking, I no longer cook Monday-Friday, but I ensure that we have a different type of meal M-F, and leftovers on the weekend.
Monday-Friday, I rotate the breakfasts and lunches each week for one month.
For dinners, Monday is some type of chicken dish, Tuesday is beef, Wednesday is a random choice, Thursday is seafood, and Friday is Make-In foods (since there are very few things I can eat out).
We also have a lacto-fermented (cultured) food, beverage, or condiment with every single meal. (Any linked fermented recipes that mention whey, I substitute with water kefir wonderfully.)

Linked below are recipes that I go to frequently. I’m posting them here, to spare myself from having to hunt down the link every time I post a meal plan on my blog.
In my daily life, all meals for a given month are entered into Food Planner (I  *love* MealBoard but currently it is only for Apple, and I’m not using my iPhone right now), entered into alloted days, then a grocery list is sync’d. It’s so simple and helpful!

Cultured Ketchup
Cultured Mayo
Cultured Mustard
Cultured Jam
Cultured Salsa
Cultured Guacamole
Cultured Fruit Chutney
Cultured Tartar Sauce – use coconut kefir
Cocktail Sauce without Horseradish
Buttermilk Ranch Dressing – I now make this entirely with coconut kefir, no dairy involved, and all of us prefer it over the dairy version!
Crockpot Coconut Yogurt – a note on this: I have found that it has to set in the fridge for another day before it gets the yogurt taste I enjoy, and that is with me putting probiotic powder AND water kefir in it
Almond Butter
Pickled Garlic

Dairy Substitutes
Paleo Cream Cheese
Vegan Parmesan
Coconut Whipped Cream
Paleo Cheese


Beet Kvass
Water Kefir – I use raisins (affordable and effective), Sucanat (wonderful mineral content that the grains love), and 1/2 of a cleaned/dried pastured egg shell
Coconut Milk Kefir
Cultured Lemonade

Rustic Paleo Breakfast Pizza
Paleo Cookie Crisp
Spinach Sausage Scramble
Coconut Pecan Breakfast Bars
Banana-Nut Pancakes
Paleo Sausage Egg McMuffins
Paleo Raisin Bran


Creamy One-Dish Mac’ and Cheese
Cultured Coleslaw
Baked Sweet Potatoes – my favorite way to eat these is with plenty of ghee, cultured apple sauce, candied ginger, and crispy pecans


Spatchcock Chicken
Italian Chicken Casserole
Better Than Take-Out General Tso’s
Perfect Chicken Salad
Roasted Potatoes, Chicken sausage and Peppers
One-Pot Paprika Chicken


Liver Pate – we add 8 ounces of cream cheese to this, sometimes
Pastured Beef Stroganoff
Roast Beef
Chimichangas – I make these in turkey deli meat (Boar’s Head) with amazing results
Hamburgers – via Nourishing Traditions, page 355: mix 2 pounds ground beef with 1/2 pound ground beef heart and make into patties
Healthy Hamburger Helper
Ground Beef Stir-Fry
Stuffed Hot Dogs
Eat Drink Paleo Lasagna – this is my favorite lasagna, EVER! Add in some pepperoni to make it complete, as with any lasagna, of course (I use Paleo Cheese for the ricotta and Vegan Parm for the Parmesan)


Paleo Swedish Meatballs
Cocoa-Spiced Rubbed Pork with Crimini-Berry Sauce


Fish Sticks
Coconut Shrimp
Fermented Salmon
Paleo Fish Tacos

Cultured Apple Sauce
Cultured Ginger Carrots
Lacto-fermented Zucchini
Tater Tots
Lacto-fermented French Fries
Brown Rice
Root Veggie Hash
Sweet potato dollars
Hot Bacon Spinach Salad
Sweet and Spicy Brussel Sprouts
 – use apple cider vinegar in place of the white wine vinegar, omit honey
Cultured Broccoli Salad – I love adding cooked bacon and sunflower seeds with fermented mayo!
Cultured Cranberry Sauce – liquified or in chunks

Tuna Melts
Fajita-Style Quesadillas
Golden Cauliflower Soup
Chicken, Yam, and Chard Soup
Salmon Chowder
Cabbage Soup with Ham
Open-face Tuna Melts
Loaded Sweet Potato Soup
Paleo Chicken Noodle Soup
Classic French Onion Soup

Nourishing Tortillas – gluten
Faux Carb Pizza Crust
Paleo Crackers
Paleo Pizza Crust – I make this for any pizzas we have, I don’t even bother with a website’s recipe for “paleo pizza crust” any more. Without any spices in the mix, it makes an excellent communion cracker when baked a little bit longer! I make a batch, then cut in small squares, and freeze for Sunday mornings.
Paleo “Cornbread”


Paleo Lemon Pound Cake
Vanilla Bavarian Cream with Berry Sauce
Nourishing Orange Julius – I make this with coconut milk or almond milk
Nourishing Marshmallows
Apple Pie Tartlets – this is a Christmas MUST for me


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