This is my first time ever doing a plan like this or cooking with the majority of ingredients. but as its posted to the multifaceted buzzfeed audience I dont think I could be the only one at baby gap status….especially after looking at the multifaceted-ness of aggressive comments. I started on sunday(day 2) and here is my feed back:
- pretty expensive (agreed)
- nice work on planning it to the T in terms of if youre packing for lunches at work
- …but specifying the start day as saturday makes it difficult to not “jump into the middle [but] start at the beginning.” As one commenter said above, its hard to fry an egg monday at work if I started the plan sunday instead of saturday. I’m trying to just move things around but since you have to plan for left overs it makes it complicated.
-however, nice work planning for left overs - since it is expensive for all the ingredients.
- … but maybe a way to make it easier for the baby gap status folk , idiot proof the specification of what to portion for leftovers. (Example: BIG BATCH COOKED QUINOA Makes 1 cup (2 servings - SAVE 1 SERVING FOR LUNCH DAY 2))
- the list is very specific, maybe add some alternatives, like I couldnt find clementines but found naval oranges and will have 1 orange v 2 clementines. You planned it to a T, dunno if ill be able to follow it to the T (But imma try since i spent all the money on groceries lol) but I give you props for the detail to which you scripted all of this out!