here's the whole rotation. On day 1, I make meatsauce and corn pasta for ds, and rice pasta with plain sauce for dd. And wheat pasta for the rest of us. It's a pain, let me tell you, to have to make 3 kinds of pasta. DH, other DD, and I would just eat one of there's but $4 a package vs. $1 a package is kind of steep. It's hard to just make one meal for everybody. And snacks and desserts are impossible so far. I have the chart on a magnet on the fridge, and no one else wants to feed the kids anything because they're scared that they'll give them the wrong thing. I've been a short order cook for the last month and a half. I just wish it was easier, but I keep telling myself that it's only for 6 months and then maybe we can add some more stuff back in. And I'm hoping that they're not on a rotation diet for the rest of their lives. Am I dreaming?
Day 1: corn (only ds), rice (only dd), artichoke, carrot, celery, tomato, parsley, lettuce, banana (only ds), date, grape, kiwi, strawberry, beef (only ds), chickpea, snapper, bay leaf, cashew, coconut, flaxseed, honey (only ds), pistachio (only dd)
Day 2: millet, rice (only dd), broccoli, cauliflower, mushroom, mustard, apple (only ds), avocado, blueberry, pear, pineapple, chicken (dd only), egg, whitefish, catfish (only dd), tuna (only dd), cane sugar (only dd), basil (only dd), cayenne pepper, cinnamon (ds only), clove, garlic, ginger, mint, maple sugar, black pepper
Day 3: tapioca, rice (only dd), sweet potato, asparagus, green pea (only dd), lima bean, onion, string bean, apricot, blackberry, cherry, peach, plum, raspberry, duck, pork, kidney bean, almond, cottonseed, dill, oregano, peanut, tarragon (only dd) thyme
Day 4: buckwheat, rice (only dd), beet, cucumber, yellow squash, honeydew melon, olive, watermelon, haddock, salmon, scallop, turkey (only dd), beet sugar (ds only), carob, fructose, nutmeg, pecan, sage, sesame (ds only), sunflower, vanilla, walnut
Sorry. This is only supposed to be recipe ideas, isn't it?