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A Gluten Free Menu Plan for The Week of December 12

Menu Plan for the Week of December 12

Monday: Pork and Fennel Satay and Salad with Lemony Vinaigrette

Tuesday: Baked Slowcooker Chicken, Roasted Broccoli and Roasted Carrots and Onions with Honey Balsamic Glaze

Wednesday: Ribollita Soup (I will omit the bread and cheese) and Salad with Dairy Free Creamy Greek Dressing

Thursday: The BEST Mayo-Free Chicken Salad and Raw Veggies with Dairy Free Dill Dip

Friday: Dairy Free Nachos for my guys and a corn-free chicken taco salad for me

**Be sure to read my post about “gluten free” corn tortilla chips, it’s not as straight forward as you might think!

Saturday: Paleo Pork Chops with Cabbage and Baked Apples

Sunday: Gluten Free, Dairy Free Tuna Noodle Casserole (I’ll use zucchini noodles for me)

Sweet Treat for the Week:

Chocolate…For Adults Only from Dr. William Davis, author of The New York Times Best Selling Book, Wheat Belly

After reading my friend Melissa’s review of Wheat Belly over at Gluten Free For Good, I decided to buy a copy the other day when I saw it at Costco.  I haven’t read it yet, but I’m definitely intrigued see what a cardiologist has to say about the benefits of a gluten free diet!  You can read more about Dr. Davis here.

Have you read Wheat Belly yet?  If so, what were your thoughts of the book?

 
 

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Comments

  1. Every week I read your menu plan and wish I could be there at your table! :-) Can't wait to hear what you think of Wheat Belly, dear. I'm behind, but boy, you've been kicking butt with some awesome blog posts of late!

    xoxo,

    Shirley

  2. Heidi, you have some great ideas here. I especially like the zucchini noodles in your casserole — I do that often when we have spaghetti & meatballs: matchstick zucchini!

  3. Katherine says:

    I read it a few weeks ago as I was figuring out that I was sensitive (at least) to gluten. He had some interesting things to say. I think you'll enjoy it. You've already crossed the bridge to not wanting gluten products, but for me, as a newbie to this whole thing, it made it a lot easier to have the information. When I have the facts, other than it makes me feel horrible and break out in a rash, but the "data", it was easier for me to accept. After reading it, I haven't really wanted and "gluten goodies" anymore. There are too many reasons to not eat it.

  4. Brooke says:

    I have read it and practically live by it. Been gluten free for two months and that thing is like my second bible. I love it! And in two short months I have lost 15 lbs and been able to go off my anti-depressant that I've been on for 9 years. That book is just chock full of info. It took a bit to process some of it due to the sheer amount of facts, but i consider it a must read for everyone…. not just people who know they have a gluten issue.

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