Here’s your week 7 meal plan for the 52 weeks of seasonal eating project!
Be sure to download the PDF meal plan for the week. Then, scroll down and bookmark recipes to help you create your seasonal life this last week of February.
This week also kicks off 6 weeks of focus on the seasonal kitchen. You can join the conversation by downloading the 7-Days of Kitchen Cleaning and Organizing Infographic using the form below!
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Week 7 Meal Plan | Simple February Meals
I won’t lie! February is one touch month for seasonal eating. The pantry stock is diminished, and wild edibles are not available. We rely a fair bit on sprouts and shoots, as well as the local farm-to-table grocery store.
I also added to my fermentation fridge using local cabbages, a quick and easy way to have side dishes available throughout the week. Click the image below to learn how to make sauerkraut that is oh so tasty and great for the immune system!
The Meal Plan for Week 7 Download
Here’s this week’s meal plan of simple February meals. Click to download the PDF!
Week 7 Seasonal Eating Recipe Roundup
Butcher Box Coupon
Thanks to everyone who used the affiliate link for Butcher Box last week to try the subscription service! Here’s the recipe in case you missed it!
Take the time to make a Buddha Bowl this week and thank me later!
Butcher Box | an easy way to create sustainably minded meals
Here’s the link to the discount. Bob and I are enjoying the quality and flavor of the products. We don’t get red meat but order a fair bit of their seafood and chicken.
Get All the Meal Plans!
The 52 meal plans for 2021 are available in one post and you can find them here. It’s a great page to bookmark and reference when you are desperate for ideas for seasonal meals.
Here on our homestead in Harpers Ferry, WV, we enjoy a 4-season year that requires planning to provide seasonal ingredients during the winter months. You’ll see that February relies a great deal on our pantry items of preserved vegetables and fruits from last year’s harvests.
It’s a great way to live, and I wouldn’t change it for the world. As a matter of fact, this lifestyle left us pretty close to 100% prepared for lockdown last year when the pandemic emerged, and life came to a screeching halt! Be sure to join us by keeping up with the weekly meal plans and getting our weekly updates!
It’s the best way to create your seasonal life!
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We also gather over email once a week to focus on one specific garden, kitchen, or wellness topic in-depth, with lots of step-by-step how-to’s. The best way to jump into the email conversation is with the Seasonal Living Workbook, and you can download it here and explore the seasonal living framework with an email course!
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