FINAL WHOLE FOODS November 2011 Recipe Cards
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Whole Foods November 2011 OAMM Recipe Cards
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© 2011 Onceamonthmom.com. All rights reserved.
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Recipes
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Recipes are intended to be used by one person on a OAM cooking day. If you are cooking for more than one person, download this document or make a copy for your personal use. Then indicate how many people in the yellow box below to automatically adjust information the recipe cards. Do the same thing for the grocery list.
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Instructions
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1How Many Servings's Will You Be Making On Your Cooking Day?
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How Many Servings
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The Whole Foods menu is designed for you to enter the NUMBER OF PEOPLE you are cooking for. The menu will yield you approximately 6-10 breakfasts, 8 lunches and 14 dinners. Throughout the month you will be eating each entree 2 times. No, this is not enough to feed you for every meal, but it should be enough to get you most of the way, after all, we still do eat out or eat with friends on occasion. If you are willing to eat the same meals up to 4 times each month (lunches and dinners) you can double the number of people that you are cooking for and you will get the quantities needed for each.
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For example, If I was cooking for my husband, myself and my 2 children, I would enter 4 into the YELLOW box above. That would give me what I need to yield 6-10 breakfasts, 8 lunches and 14 dinners for EACH of us. If I was willing to eat meals 4 times in one month I would double the number in the YELLOW box to 8 and it would yield me 12-20 breakfasts, 16 lunches and 28 dinners for EACH of us! (That is A LOT of food!)
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Serving Sizes
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This Whole Foods menu is designed and written for you to cook for multiple family members. We give you the options in the equations to cook for just one person, the containers are written and adjusted as if you were cooking for multiple people at one sitting. If you are serving individuals or creating entrees for a family of less than 4 you will just have to adjust the serving containers accordingly. The worksheet WILL NOT do this for you. Also keep in mind that changing the serving container or size may effect the cook time. We have created this spreadsheet to do the math as best we know how but it isn't smart enough to figure all of that out. Sorry.
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Using the example above. If I was cooking for JUST my husband and I, I would put a 2 into the YELLOW box above. In the case of dinners it might tell me that I need 2 8x8 pans for portioning this meal for the both of us. However, I know that 2 servings will easily and more adequately fit in a loaf pan so I am going to make that adjustment on my own.
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Conversion ChartCups Equivalents
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0.1251/8.08 cups =1.25 Tablespoons
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0.251/4.11 cups =1.75 Tablespoons
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0.331/3.875 cups =14 Tablespoons
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0.51/2
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0.672/3
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0.753/4
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