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Chapter 11 of 12 in the book of 2018
Meal Prep Recipes For November 2018
November is the pearl-grey month, the changeling between warm crimson October and cold white December, the month when the leaves fall in slow drifting whirled and the shapes of the trees are revealed. When the earth imperceptibly wakes and stretches her bare limbs to display her stubborn, unconquerable strength before she settles uneasily into winter.
Colder months are upon us and with that comes the beginning of the Holiday Season, our very favorite time of year! Vie is transformed to not only a place of possibility and growth, but of giving, cheer, and community for all. Oh, did we mention new Fall Vie Girl Gear!? Make sure to pick up your new cozy sweater and your new favorite “Do it for the Vie Booty” coffee mug to warm you up this month. Below we’ve got recipes for each week of the month for you to stay on track with your fitness goals while providing your body the nutrients it needs to be happy and healthy. Let’s dig in!
“But then the dark skin of night would peel off and there would be a fresh day waiting for us, glossy and colourful as a child’s transfer and tinged with the same sense of unreality.” – from My Family and Other Animals by Gerald Durrell Pre-dawn on Monday morning T and I boarded our train home.
These korean beef bowls are so packed full of flavor that you won’t want to eat anything else! Serve the beef with zucchini noodles, grated carrot and jasmine rice for a satisfying, flavor-packed bowl that comes together easily and quick!
As if yummy chicken and cauli rice wasn’t enough, I had to add in some of my household favorite paleo ranch dressing to top it all off. Biting into one of these peppers bursts with spicy ranch flavor, drips messily down the sides of your hands, because you are finger-fooding it and face-plant style eating this.
This classic Punjabi dish, called masaledar cholay, is often served as part of a big Sunday lunch, along with raita, naan and salad. Video: Sanjeev…
Zoodles allow this dish to be extra delicious and satisfying while keeping it low-carb and something you don’t feel bad about. It’s a win win and we can’t get enough. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil.
BBQ Chicken Stuffed Sweet Potatoes are an easy, healthy, gluten-free, and dairy-free weeknight dinner recipe the whole family will enjoy! This stuffed sweet potatoes recipe can also easily be made Paleo and Whole30. After I discovered it was possible to make an Instant Pot Sweet Potato my mind began to wonder how many new recipe creations I could make with them…
These Thai Turkey Burgers with Spicy Sriracha Slaw are our new favorite low carb and paleo-friendly dinner! You can grill them outside or inside on your grill pan, and then serve them as low carb thai turkey burger bowls, or as a lettuce wrapped burger!
Pesto Spaghetti Squash with Shrimp is a delicious low-carb dinner meal to make during the week. It’s super flavourful with dairy-free and homemade pesto and it’s a great healthy alternative to regular pasta! Also, it’s paleo, gluten-free and Whole30 friendly. Are you ready to make a delicious low-carb dinner for two with this Pesto Spaghetti Squash with Shrimp?
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From the Vie Kitchen to yours, with love