Greek yogurt, olive oil, sesame oil, lots of fresh fruit and veggies, wild rice, oatmeal, chicken breast, almonds, tea, frozen veggies, frozen berries, the LARGE box of spring greens. I have added a number of spices to my cupboard to season with and now use a fraction of the salt we used to use. Dry beans of all kinds are always on hand. I make a pot of beans each week.
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For easy to prepare meals I keep chicken, beans, brown rice, quinoa, barley, ww couscous, oatmeal, lean cuts of beef and pork, eggs and tons of fruits and vegetables. For snacks I keep plain rice cakes, baked whole grain crackers, peanut butter, almond butter, fruit, cut up raw veggies, walnuts, seeds, yogurt.
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I tend to keep my kitchen stocked with just about everything I need for meals, but I'm especially likely to have fruits and veggies because I can always round out even fast food if I eat just a moderate portion of the heavier food and have half a plate of freggies.
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Chicken, Tuna or albacore, Turkey breasts. I slow cook them can keep it as is and make a wrap with it or process it and make a spread for stone wheat crackers. Fruits and veggies, greek yogurt, EVOO, brown rice and peanut butter Oh and lots of water.
What are some healthy foods that you always keep on hand at home/office? I always keep a variety of beans and rices (sp?), apples, hummus or baba ghanoush, coconut milk, tomatoes, avocados, protein powder, carrots, frozen berries, yogurt, a variety of nuts, olive oil, flavored vinegar and ice tea. If I have these things I can always whip up a healthy meal if I'm creative enough. In my office I always keep 100 calorie bags of kettle corn, oatmeal and edamame.
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