Favorite meal at our house: Make your own burritos. Big bowl of mashed potatoes (5 pound bag boiled potatoes, sprinkle of garlic powder, tablespoon of miso), bowl of heated up fat free refried beans, bowls of chopped onion, salsa, frozen but heated up corn, olives for the boys only (!) and tortillas. To stay MWL, you take the potatoes and put some on your plate, then some beans, then top with the toppings you like and eat. I did this last night after eating two small corn tortilla burritos. I was pretty full.
Another one is baked potatoes, same idea. Bowls of toppings like chili beans (read the label, some have bacon or oil in them) or baked beans, tomatoes, salsa, barbecue sauce, hummus with no tahini, basically anything you like. Coleslaw is good on potatoes.
Brown rice, bowls of toppings like tomatoes, salsa, green onions, corn, red peppers. Then after the meal put everything together in a bowl, mix and put in the fridge for lunch the next day.
Any of these are easy to make acceptable to Meat Eaters, if you really need to do that. With burritos, make some taco meat and have some grated cheese. Just don't sample it, one taste and you will set off cravings! With the other stuff, maybe sliced chicken or pork chops. But maybe it would be good if you could talk with him and let him know how difficult this is for you and show him how good your sugars are eating this way. That is how I got my husband on board with this, he went along just to help me and then started feeling so good he couldn't believe it. Lost 25 pounds, took his belt in a notch than ANOTHER notch, and was able to quit taking Zantac and enjoy a beer once in a while without having his stomach burn and hurt for days afterward. So he's a true believer now, even though he still loves his meat and eats it occasionally.
If you DO end up still needing to cook SAD, remember that you don't taste any more. If it's not in your mouth, it can't tempt you. One taste might be all it takes to set off cravings again. Also, remember that it won't hurt any SAD eaters in your house to have a meal or two or three per week without meat or cheese!
BEST OF ALL - check Jeff's SNAP recipes at the top of his forum page! -----------> viewtopic.php?t=10519
Be warned, these recipes make a big vat of food so have something ready to put it in. But, it will keep you eating well for days but this is good. The secret to doing well is having big vats of stuff that you like, ready to eat. Also NEVER leave the house without something to eat. For now, even if you run to the drugstore for a quick trip, take along a bag of baby carrots to munch on so that when you see the rice cakes, you think "ha, I don't need THOSE, I have carrots!" Check the calorie density for carrots vs. rice cakes and you will really be amazed!