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Sichuan Vegetable with Mince

This homely dish is made with ready-to-eat shredded seasoned Sichuan vegetable, which is a huge time-saver. Leftovers keep well in the fridge for 3 to 4 days, making it ideal for meal prep.
Tags: Anthropology, Recipes, Pork, Sichuan, Chinese Recipes, Sesame Oil, Chilli Padi, Coriander, Pork Recipes, 5 or Less Ingredients, Stir Frying, Meal Prep, Soy Sauce (light, White Pepper Powder, Corn Starch, Under 30 Minutes


Reduce food waste with your new best friend Meal Prep Mate

In a world filled with convenient fast-food wherever you go and a focus on instant gratification, it can be a serious challenge to eat healthily and keep your food waste to a minimum. For many of us, our busy lives cause us to make daily food decisions that fill our diets with highly processed foods, which are often wrapped in single-use packaging. But there is a way you can not only eat healthily, but you can reduce food waste while saving time and money, too. The answer is meal prep. In an ef...
Tags: Health, Food, Design, Features, Recipe, United States, Healthy Eating, Food Waste, Vegan, Eat & Drink, NRDC, Natural Resources Defense Council NRDC, Meal Prep, Single-use, Meal Prep Mate, Save the Food Back


Soak Your Beans in the Fridge for Faster Meal Prep

Soaking dried beans is a somewhat controversial topic. Some people swear by it, insisting that it reduces gas (eh, maybe) and removes toxins (it definitely does not), but the only guaranteed benefit is shorter cooking time. Still, that’s not nothing, especially if you need dinner on the table ASAP. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Lifehacks, Beans, Meal Prep


Save big on these multi-cookers that make great Instant Pot alternatives

While Instant Pot might be the brand we hear the most about, there are a number of alternative multi-cookers that offer features, capabilities, and price points that meet and beat the more recognizable name brand. The post Save big on these multi-cookers that make great Instant Pot alternatives appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, Cooking, Trends, Appliances, Pressure Cooker, Instant Pot, Multicooker, Meal Prep


Save big on these multicookers that make great Instant Pot alternatives

While Instant Pot might be the brand we hear the most about, there are a number of alternative multicookers that offer features, capabilities, and price points that meet and beat the more recognizable name brand. The post Save big on these multicookers that make great Instant Pot alternatives appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Deals, Cooking, Trends, Appliances, Pressure Cooker, Instant Pot, Multicooker, Meal Prep


Smoked Oysters Quinoa Salad Jar

This smoked oysters quinoa salad jar is perfect in every way: 15 minutes to assemble, complex carbs, omega-loaded and ideal for meal prep. What's more to ask of this salad? :)
Tags: Corn, Anthropology, Recipes, Cucumber, Lemon, Black Pepper, 15-minute Recipes, Salads & Vegetables, Feta Cheese, Romaine Lettuce, Red Onion, Low Carb Recipes, Meal Prep, Cherry Tomato, Garlic Salt, Soy Sauce (low Sodium


The Real Key to Meal Prep Is Freezing Everything

It’s well-worn advice at this point that one of the highest-impact ways to eat more healthily, and also spend less money, is to get it together and prepare your own food. Which is fine, because it’s true! Read more...
Tags: Freezing, Lifehacks, Meal Planning, Meal Prep


4 Basic Ways To Take The Hassle Out of Mealtime

If the concept of ingredients annoys you because of all the mealtime prep, if the need to keep the fridge stocked up fills you with dread, or your attempts to make a salad result in smoke-filled kitchens and a feeling of disaster, then it’s no surprise that mealtimes have become a hassle. While it’s all too easy to lose your cool in the kitchen, there are some really simple ways of making your mealtime prep far less stressful. You don’t need to become a culinary wizard or learn any zen cal...
Tags: Fashion, US, In The Kitchen, Meals, Hellofresh, Meal Planning, Meal Plan, Home Life, Meal Delivery, Food & Snacks, Meal Preparation, Meal Plans, Meal Kits, Meal Prep, Mealtime, Mealtime Prep


Make Your Thanksgiving Pie Dough Now 

Thanksgiving Planning Season is officially upon is, and when you’re coordinating a huge meal, every little bit of advance prep counts. I wouldn’t start brining that turkey just yet, but it’s never too early to stock your freezer with pie dough. Read more...
Tags: Food, Thanksgiving, How To, Freezer, Baking, Pie, Lifehacks, Dessert, Pastry, Meal Prep


Cookbook Review: Mason Jar Lunches: 50 Pretty, Portable Packed Lunches

A lot of people ask me how a website for people without money could be all about shopping. Typically, I go on to tell them something that you guys already know: Broke & Beautiful, and being broke, is not so much about not having any money, it’s more about spending the money that you have in really smart ways to get what you want without burying yourself in debt. A lot of times, that includes tiny changes to daily routines, like taking your lunch to work or school instead of spending $5/day for a...
Tags: Food, Books, Fashion, Back To School, Starbucks, Cia, Cookbook, At Home, Healthy Recipes, Jessica, Milo, Barnes Noble, Culinary Institute of America, Mason Jars, Vital Choice, Meal Prep


Team More – How To Eat Whatever You Want Without Giving Up Your Summer Bod

For the fitness junkies, the buff lords and the even those who take short walks every now and then post-dinner, a pat on the back for you lot because you belong to the Team More tribe—that is, the group of people who maintain a healthy lifestyle through constant and consistent exercise. Keeping to strict diets and regular exercise routines may seem like an impossible feat by the vast majority—especially for folks like us who would much rather ‘enjoy’ life with our long afternoon naps and regula...
Tags: Restaurants, Singapore, Anthropology, Healthy Food, How To Be Healthy, Advertorial, Healthy Diet, Fitness Goals, Index - T, Meal Prep, Health Promotion Board, HPB Singapore, Healthy Food to eat, Best Food for Healthy Diet, How To Keep Fit, Tips for Healthy Living


Prep Cook: Waffle Iron Hash Browns, Black Bean Taquitos, Mushroom Ragu, and More

Welcome back to Prep Cook, where we test out a week’s worth of recipes so you only eat the most delicious ones! Just in time for your weekend grocery run, we have black bean taquitos, walnut apple meatloaf, cauliflower pizza bites, and more on the menu.Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Cook, life-hacks, Prep Cook, Meal Prep


Pressure Cooker Shredded Chicken and 3 Easy Meals! by Natalie

Having a big batch of seasoned, shredded chicken to pull out and work with gives me such a head start on weeknights when all of my kids are asking for snacks, the toddler is begging to be held, and I’m famished myself. Hangry, even. You know, hungry + angry about being hungry. Hangry. Confession: I […]
Tags: Food, Chicken, Asian, Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker, Natalie, Tex-Mex, Meal Prep, Batch Cooking, Pressure Cooker Shredded Chicken


1 Pot Roast, 3 Easy Meals! by Natalie

I’ve always been a big fan of my slow cooker, but I recently got a pressure cooker, despite my fears of blowing up my kitchen. I AM IN LOVE. I’m not a devout meal prep girl, but one thing I do sometimes is make a big batch of shredded meat and either freeze it for […]
Tags: Food, Beef, Asian, Slow Cooker, Pressure Cooker, Natalie, Tex-Mex, Meal Prep, Baked Potato, Batch Cooking


Store Fresh Herbs in a Rolled-Up Paper Towel for Easy Access All Week Long

Just a sprinkling of fresh herbs can elevate a home-cooked meal to restaurant quality heights, but washing, drying, and chopping them before each meal can be a bit of a time suck. Luckily, Bon Appetit has once-a-week prep method that you can use to enjoy fresh herbs all week long.Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Food Storage, Herbs, Lifehacks, Food Prep, Bon Appetit, Meal Prep


Kitchen Floor Ab Workout (To Do During a Boring Meal Prep)

This post is in partnership with Family Dollar! All thoughts my own. It’s that time of the year again. The time called “competition prep”. That means hours spent at the gym and on the treadmill. And hours in the kitchen making healthy food to fuel all the muscle gains I intend to make in the […] The post Kitchen Floor Ab Workout (To Do During a Boring Meal Prep) appeared first on Eat Move Make. Copyright ® 2009-2016. All rights reserved.
Tags: Fitness, Lifestyle, Workout, Abs, Family Dollar, Meal Prep


12 Strategies for a Successful Meal Prep Day

One common strategy for saving money on food that shows up in a lot of frugality books and on many frugality websites is the idea of a “meal prep day,” sometimes simply called “meal prep Sunday” because people often use a Sunday to do it.Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Republished, Money, Savings, life-hacks, Meal Prep


3 Compartment Meal Prep Food Storage Containers with Lids - 20 Pack $16.99

Taking a little time on the weekend to prep for the next week's meals can save you not only time but money because you'll have something in the fridge ready to go for dinner instead of ordering or going out.... [Author: Lana]
Tags: Amazon, Kitchen, Shopping, Bento, Lana, Meal Prep


How to Pack Healthy Food When You Travel

Whether you’re on a specific diet or just want to ensure that you have better options than fast food as you head into the great unknown, bringing healthy food with you is always an option. It’s easier than it sounds, if you know a few tricks.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Health, Food, Cooking, Feature, Healthy Eating, Editors Picks, Meal Planning, life-hacks, Meal Prep


Make “Snack Packs” on Sunday for Healthy Snacks on Hand All Week

Spending a little time on Sunday to prep meals for the week make weeknights easier, but consider making batches of healthy snacks at the same time. You’ll avoid the temptation to reach for chips or sweets, and you’ll always have a “snack pack” of healthy bites when hunger strikes.Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Snacks, Meal Planning, life-hacks, Meal Prep


Meal Prep Savings Tips

Even when I’m in “normal life mode” (aka not competition prep mode), I meal prep each and every Sunday so that I have healthy food at the ready every day. It’s nice not to have to decide what to eat and it helps me to make smart choices – there’s just no excuse to eat junk […] The post Meal Prep Savings Tips appeared first on Eat Move Make. Copyright ® 2009-2016. All rights reserved.
Tags: Kitchen, Lifestyle, Money Saving Tips, Hefty, Meal Prep


Meal Prepping To Save Money

Hello everyone, I have decided to get back into meal prepping to save money. I found that recently I have either been taking a sandwich to work or having to buy food because I don’t want a sandwich or I don’t have anything else prepared. I have also seen a lot of people talking about meal prepping and so I decided to get back into it. ( If you are not reading this post at www.howisavemoney.net or in your feed reader, it may have been stolen from my site. ) So what exactly is meal prepping? Wel...
Tags: Food Storage, Marketing, Healthy Eating, Save Money, Meal Prep, Meal Prepping