Boil potatoes with the peels still on, eggs, chop up fresh veggies and keep them in the fridge and ready to make just about anything you want. Potatoe: soups, salads, fried, baked, microwaved etc... Egg: salad, tuna salad, turkey salad, egg in a salad, potatoe salad, etc.. Save time & money!
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Prepping vegetables and precooking quinoa and yams for example, once a week allows me to choose wisely when it's mealtime. I have divided my fridge into healthy carbs on one side, and healthy lean protein on the other. Also, I keep a small food scale on the kitchen counter so I can always portion my food. Every morning I fill 2 water pitchers that I can drink throughout the day.
Eating fresh usually means a bit of veggie prep. I find that doing all the prep in the morning/afternoon and putting it in a bowl w/ a lid saves me tons of time in the evening. I marinade my proteins then too. In the fridge w/ it, & when I get home from work late in the evening dinner is a snap!
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