Saturday, February 28, 2015

A Month of Lenten Menus with Links (17 GF Ideas)

The Icon of the Rich Man and Lazarus from Kykkos Monastery, Cyprus
The Biblical Story of the Rich Man and Lazarus tells the story of a rich man who fared sumptuously (which is to say, ate like most of us Americans eat!) every day while neglecting to share with the poor man, Lazarus, who was just outside his gate. During Lent, we are supposed to focus on prayer and alms giving, while reducing our self-indulgence - not any easy task for any of us.

For Orthodox Christians, during Lent we are encouraged to do our best to keep our food mostly Vegan. Here's a month of menus for this Lenten Season.

I prepared this month of menus with my 10 Minute Monthly Menu Planning System.

Scroll down for the entire month's calendar, or enjoy scrolling by a few pictures first : )

Note: Seveteen of these menus are naturally Gluten-free - the Gluten-free ones are fairly obvious - dishes served over rice or made from beans, for example. Nearly all of them CAN be made gluten-free if you make simple substitutions - a Gluten-Free Corn Tortilla for a Flour Tortilla, or a Gluten-Free pasta for traditional - and, don't forget to use all Gluten-Free ingredients- like Soy Sauce, for example. 

If you're interested in other Lenten Menu plans, check out these past posts:

Lenten Potluck Ideas
Menu for the First Week of Orthodox Christian Lent
Lenten Menu -A Meal for Every Day of Great Lent 
A Month of Gluten Free Vegan Meals with Recipe Links 

For other websites with great Lenten Plans (and many Greek Recipes) check out these - a few that are favorites of mine this time of year:

Kopiaste - Great Greek & Cypriot cooking blog, with many vegan recipes

Great Lent Gourmet

The Greek Vegan

Teriyaki Veggies over Rice
Greek Peas & Artichokes Yachni



Indian Lemon Rice with Peas





Pad Thai

Lentil Salad


Black Bean Soup





Sunday
Tabouli & Lentil Salads, Dolmades
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Red Beans & Rice, Slaw
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Saturday
Veggie Burgers, Potatoes


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7 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful post!! Thanks so much for sharing!
    Angie
    PS - I also wanted to invite you to hop on board the Great Blog Train (blog hop) & travel with us to Columbus Ohio!: http://www.godsgrowinggarden.com/2015/03/the-great-blog-train-27-giveaway.html

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting - and thanks for the invitation! I linked up : )

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  2. So many wonderful vegan recipes! Thanks for sharing at What'd You Do This Weekend? I hope you will join us again this Monday morning :)

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  3. Wow! What delicious sounding recipes! Thanks for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday." Hope you can join us again this week. http://our4kiddos.blogspot.com/2015/03/try-new-recipe-tuesday-march-10.html

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  4. This is so helpful! I can't wait to make this! Thank you for sharing this healthy and delicious Month of Lenten Menus with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop! I sincerely appreciate it. I’m pinning and sharing!

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  5. Hi Anna,
    I can't wait to try these recipes. Thank you for sharing your healthy and delectable Month of Lenten Menus with us at the Plant-Based Potluck Party Blog Hop! I sincerely appreciate it. I’m pinning and sharing!

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  6. Love this collection! Thanks for sharing!

    -Cindy

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Welcome!
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If you want to share a link to a pertinent and supportive post of your own that directly relates to my post (if, for instance, you also have a great vegan pancake recipe, or a post about Christmas) I don't mind a bit!

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