Vegetarian Menu Plan for Week

by Organikal on May 13, 2006

Organic Vegetarian Menu Planner to help you save time!

Here’s what I did this week to prepare our menu for the week ahead – why don’t you give it a try?

1. I unpacked my delivery from

2. I assessed the contents (I ordered a small veg bag and a large fruit box):

cucumber ; potatoes ; onions ; green pepper ; avocados; beetroots ; oranges ; pears ; kiwis; bananas; apples; tangerines; mushrooms; broccoli; green beans; rhubarb; kohl rabi

3. I sat down and constructed a lunch and dinner menu plan for the week ahead including the above ingredients (leaving blanks for when we’re not home) and posted it on our kitchen notice board.

Benefit 1 : I saved Time!

I saved myself time every day because I had already spent time planning, and could come home and just get straight to it.

Benefit 2: I Created Extra Time to Spend in Further Self Development

I could almost go so far as to say I created extra time in my week by investing in extra time when I planned the menu. Planning allowed me to identify what I would need to do to let me go to Tai Chi class but still eat a healthy home-cooked organic vegetarian meal from our delivered grocery items. By expending the energy on Thursday night making the next day’s meal, I got do something that benefits me in many other different ways – it actually gave me time I didn’t have on Friday.

You too can save time preparing your own weekly plan – ensuring a better diet for yourself and your family, optimising your shopping items and saving time wondering what you can make from two beetroot, a kohl rabi and some rhubarb!

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Faux Wood Blinds Gal January 20, 2008 at 2:55 am

Its perfect to plan everything ahead. We started to do the same thing as well. Today I made lentil stew, salmon patties, blue cheese and spinach rotini with tomatoes and eggplant casserole. Love your blog!


Organikal January 22, 2008 at 3:55 am

Thanks for the kind comment! Can we come to yours for dinner? Sounds delicious!


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