We are back to full-time schooling and our extra curricular activities all resumed, so the last two weeks have been crazy!

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I did a lot of shopping, as you’ll soon see.  Part of the expense these two weeks is that I did a big freezer cooking session using My FreezEasy, which I loved!  (Review coming soon!)  Another part is that we bought 100 lbs. of fruit in bulk.  (We’ll turn a lot of it into applesauce.)  Finally, the foods I can eat right now are very limited and specific, so I spent more than I usually do.

Sprout’s Trip #1 – $91.74

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Sprout’s Trip #2 – $86.44

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Sprout’s Trip #3 – $9.67

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Sprout’s Trip #4 – $10.70

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Sprout’s Trip #5 – $27.77

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U.S. Wellness Meats – 88.76

U.S. Wellness Meats is my go to place to get healthy meats, especially as I try to recover from my histamine intolerance and leaky gut.

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Trader Joe’s Trip #1 – $128.65

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Trader Joe’s & Natural Grocers Trip – $41.78

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Butcher Box – free (review coming soon!)

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Local Farm – $89.00

(We got 20 lbs. of organic pears and 80 lbs. of organic apples)

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TOTAL: $574.51

TOTAL for September: $869.94

 

I don’t remember all of what we ate the first week.  I tried to do a better job documenting it the second week:

Friday

Dinner–Slow Cooker Southwestern Pork Roast*, Mexican Fried Rice*, broccoli

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Saturday

Lunch–Chicken Fajita Bake* with Mexican Fried Rice* and broccoli

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Dinner–Maple Dijon Salmon* and cauliflower

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Sunday

Lunch–spaghetti with broccoli
Dinner–beef and cabbage casserole

Monday

Lunch–lunch meat, lettuce, chips, dried fruit
Dinner–Paleo Minestrone Soup*

Tuesday

Lunch–leftovers
Dinner–Swirly Taco Pasta Skillet*

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For more menu planning ideas, visit Menu Planning Monday and Gluten Free Menu Swap.

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