You probably hear about food prepping everywhere but it’s all so overwhelming because you don’t really know what it is or how to do it?
Here is a quick guide for you to help understand why organizing your pantry, fridge and meal schedule truly is a magic tool to make your life easier.
Even after a super crazy day, eating a cozy homemade dinner will help you relax, get grounded and will provide essential nutrients.
I promise it will make you feel like you got this whole LIFE thing together!
What to buy?
Find my winter/spring grocery/farmers market guide here.
Food prep 101!
The easiest way to keep your kitchen in order and make quick, versatile dishes is to prep your food as soon as you get home from the market or grocery store. Today I’ll teach you how to prepare all kinds of food to have it handy throughout the week. For storage I suggest use jars and glass containers if possible to avoid exposure to toxic material such as BPA. For greens I use ziploc bags because I found that if I can seal it airtight it lasts longer.
Day 6- Snacks
There are many varieties of snack you can make just from the foods I mentioned on the previous days. An easy, quick and healthy fix can always be a handful of nuts/seeds, fruits, vegetables, or yogurt. These foods are rich in healthy oils, protein, fiber, vitamin and minerals.
Half an avocado with lemon juice, salt, pepper, seaweed and sesame seeds
Yogurt- fruit- nut butter
Chia pudding- fruit- nut butter
Oatmeal leftover from breakfast
Crunchy veggies- hummus- sauerkraut
Crunchy veggies- bean “hummus”-kimchi
Seaweed-avocado-kimchi hand roll
Mineral broth (veggie)
Beans on toast
Slice of roast chicken on toast
Fried rice leftover
Fried quinoa leftover
Cooked egg- crunchy veggies- seaweed
Radishes- butter-sea salt- seaweed
Hope these are helpful!
Love and melons,