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Some years ago (well, almost two decades now) I was diagnosed with endometriosis, and I have numerous other chronic illnesses — all of which have proved to be mitigated by changes to my diet. A plant based, gluten free, dairy free diet is where I landed. And, I make 90% of my food — often for myself, or myself and my partner — when I work at home. But it also means I’m exhausted a lot of the time and have lots of health costs… so my food has to be plentiful, cheap, and efficient. But it also has to make me feel…not depressed about what I’m eating. et VOILA! you’re getting here the end result of many years of making it work. These are totally flexible batch-able strategies for a variety of veggies and ways to make them work for MANY days over the course of a week, without getting bored. I’ve also suggested add ons and sauces here that will make this even more flexible! (oh, and: when I say “day 1, 2, 3” here I don’t mean it has to be in a row this can last a week.) VARIATIONS / COMBINATIONS Roast —> Curry OR Roast —> Glaze, ==> Salad / Soup / “Fried Rice” As much as you want of: 3-6 Potatoes, any color / Sweet Potato / Batata (depends on size) Squash (I prefer Red Kuri or Butternut) *bonus: save your seeds! instructions below recipe* Chick Peas (1 can, no need to fuss) Cauliflower (one whole head) Zucchini (1-2 medium to large zucchini) Carrots ADD INS:

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Onion (One large onion or two smaller sized onions is enough. I like vidalia or red best) Apple (optional) Rosemary (dry or fresh; optional)

New Economy Chapbook Cookbook Volume 1  

Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017. Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017. Designed in community, for community. Pleas...

New Economy Chapbook Cookbook Volume 1  

Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017. Inexpensive, Healthy, Hopeful Feasts for 2017. Designed in community, for community. Pleas...

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