What Should You Prep?

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“Plate of fresh fruit with raspberries and blueberries on a picnic table” by Cecilia Par on Unsplash

So this week we have been talking about food preparation. In my previous post I talked about the importance of prepping, now I want to dive into what kinds of foods you should prep.

Prep your meats, you can cook your turkey, chicken, or fish ahead of time, freeze it in zip-lock bags or containers.

Cook potatoes, brown or wild rice, quinoa, or couscous and again divide it up into containers for each day.

Hard-boiled eggs are a great food to prep as you can boil them all ahead of time, just don’t peel them till the day you are going to eat them.

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Photo by Irina Kostenich on Unsplash

Veggies can be cut up, along with fruit and berries or grapes put in zip-locks.

Tree nuts like almonds, cashews, walnuts, or pecans can all be divided up into small containers.

The more food you prep the more you set yourself up for success during the week, because let’s face it life is unpredictable and there are many days where if we don’t have our food prepped we can easily slip back into unhealthy eating habits. Check out this week’s podcast for more help with your prepping.

Published by bonestobulk

I run Bones to Bulk, a complete program that focuses on the nutritional, fitness, and mental game of gaining lean muscle naturally.

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