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Step #3

Develop a System

In order to stay on track and keep it simple, you may want to Develop a System. 

 

For example:

  • Soak, pressure cook, and store an assortment of legumes or grains in the same bowl.

  • Steam a large pot of vegetables and add them to various dishes.

  • Determine menus for the week and shop, store, and prepare based on that.

  • Make a cashew cream base and then create cheese, sour cream, soup, tartar sauce, mayonnaise, etc. by just adding a few ingredients.

For additional support, please view What's in a Plan? and Substitutes for Everyday Foods

Instructions: please click white circle icons for Recipes and Demos.

Foods From Scratch

Legumes and Grains

Cooking system: pressure cook legumes in batches that last a couple weeks with either a mix for a hearty cheese sauce, or a single source like soybeans for whipped cream.

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Fruits and Vegetables

 

Cooking system: rotating fresh and frozen fruits/vegetables allows for a greater mix of nutrients and potentially fewer visits to the store.

 

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Creamy

Begin with a cream base, then create cheese, sour cream, soup, mayonnaise, etc. by adding a few ingredients.

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Meal Ideas 

Putting it all together with various ingredients and a system for meals. 

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For more, visit Foods From Scratch for ideas and recipes, along with the YouTube channel.

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