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Unformatted text preview: 1 Meal Planning for the Family 2 Food For Thought. . . “It is important for us also to cultivate in our own family, a sense that we belong together eternally. That whatever changes outside our home, there are fundamental aspects of our relationship which will never change.” President Spencer W. Kimball 3 Food For Thought. . . “Let us make our kitchens creative centers from which emanate some of the most delightful of all home experiences.” Barbara B. Smith 4 Objectives: Dietary Guidelines (A, B, C’s of nutrition): Aim for Fitness Build a Healthy Base Choose Sensibly 5 Review the Dietary Guidelines Use the pyramid in planning family meals 6 …The Last 24 Hours… Give yourself 5 points if you consumed fruit in fruit form rather than juice form. Give yourself 5 points if you ate dark green or orange vegetables. Give yourself a 10 point bonus if you ate a form of dry beans, like pinto beans, kidney beans, or lentils. Give yourself 5 points if ½ of your grains were whole grains. Give yourself 5 points if the milk products you consumed were low­fat or fat­free. Give yourself 5 points if you ate a protein source other than beef. Give yourself 5 points if you had at least 30 minutes of physical activity (remote control use doesn’t count). Give yourself a 10 point bonus if you participated in 60 7 minutes of physical activity. My Score Scores: Above 30 ­ Wow! 25­30 – Good 20­25 – OK 15­20 ­Room for improvement Below 15 ­ No comment! 8 Family Food Profile Assignment Due Date Turning in assignment 9 Seven main differences between families: Family Size Ages Activity Level Food Preferences Time Special Diets Food Budget 10 Successful Menu Planning (Suggestions from “Cooking Light”) 1. Resolve to make the effort 2. Pick a planning style to suit your personality 3. Make a shopping list 4. Shop strategically 5. Cook perishables first 6. Grade your efforts 11 Follow Food Guide Pyramid Recommendations Analyze the following menus according to the food pyramid—pinpoint probable problems— How can they be improved? Breakfast: Milk, Cornflakes with Sliced Bananas, Toast Lunch: Chili, Crackers, Apple Dinner: Hamburger, French Fries, Shake 12 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Color 13 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Texture 14 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Size and Shape 15 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Flavor 16 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Temperature 17 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Preparation Method 18 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Nutritional Variety 19 Understand aesthetic guidelines of meal planning Heavy/light 20 Tips for Success Time Management 21 Tips for Success Shopping Tips 22 Tips for Success Budgeting and Shopping Strategies 23 Tips for Success Spending Record 24 Tips for Success Convenience Foods and Eating Out 25 ...
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