Food Hacks

Expert shares his best meal prep tips to cook for the week ahead

April 7th, 2021

It is not an easy task for people leading busy lives to be preparing and cooking their meals in the kitchen. Let’s admit it, we find it very convenient to be cooking instant food or just order our meals from a fast-food chain for that matter.

If you want to eat healthy foods, something needs to be changed.

Something needs to be done, and this is why you have to learn more about meal preparation.

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Mike G of Pro Home Cooks says,

“We have to really nail down the art of meal prep because we’re all busy, and we can’t just spend all day in the kitchen cooking food.”

Mike Greenfield’s mission is to make people gain that passion for home cooking through his educational digital content about food and food hacks. For many years, he has inspired thousands of individuals to conquer their fears in the kitchen and gain that art in cooking.

One straightforward reason that people are not able to cook for themselves is that they are busy. But, if you just know how to prepare your meals for the week ahead, then it can be an excellent start at living and eating healthy from now on.

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Now, let’s learn the tips that Mike shared in his video to know more about meal prep and how we can use these to our advantage.

Here are some of our favorite tips from the video:

1. Importance of variety

Having a variety of foods to eat makes you excited to prepare homecooked meals and eat them throughout the week. Gather several easy-to-prepare recipes as a start and try preparing them in your kitchen.

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2. Having several sizes of Tupperware

Part of meal prep is proper storage for your food to ensure safety. Getting several sizes help you put the right amount of food into the right size of container or Tupperware so that you can save space as well. These are also useful for food organization.

Pro Home Cooks also emphasized the importance of having a really strong locking system for your containers so that you can be sure that they won’t leak, especially if you are on the go.

Having good quality and assorted sizes of Tupperware is a good investment.

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3. Cook the all-purpose grain

You can go for lentil, rice, or quinoa, whatever it is that you prefer. This will go well with your dishes.

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4. Prepare healthy snacks

To avoid just grabbing whatever you can that is not healthy for your body; it is a lot better to prepare those healthy snacks. You can go for various options, and they won’t take so much of your time.

You can make your own trail mix using various kinds of nuts, add raisins and chocolates. You can also make your guilt-free ice cream which makes a perfect dessert.

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5. Make meal prep fun

“Look at meal prep thing as a way to experiment and try new things in the kitchen because there’s nothing less motivating than cooking the same thing over and over again,” according to Mike G.

Several recipes can be learned by going online or listening to podcasts. This can help you a lot to improve and enjoy home cooking and meal prep more.

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There are so many good tips. We couldn’t cover them all, so go ahead and watch the video for the full rundown.

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Source: Pro Home Cooks, ProHomeCooks

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