As much as I know that variety is the spice of life and indeed a good way to 'diversify' one's toxin load, a busy lifestyle and a stretched budget require me to scale back on daily food shopping, particularly vegetable expenditure.
I live in Ireland so vegetables besides potato, onion, leeks, parsnips, carrots, kale, cabbage, broccoli and turnip must be imported from places like Chile and Kenya.
Meat is beef, pork, lamb and chicken mainly. Local fish is wild mackeral and (unfortunately farmed) salmon.
I have access to pastured eggs and take D, C, E, fermented CLO, synthetic K2 and a multivit.
How can I eat a basically monotonous diet that's nutritionally complete? I'm talking 4-5 dishes that I can eat over and over again.