Sharp Knife – Global is my favorite brand.
Wood Cutting Board – I buy these bamboo boards at IKEA!
Titan Peeler – It’s from an infomercial but I swear it’s the best peeler I’ve ever owned!
My Thought Process:
The initial reason I even tried this technique was because I didn’t have a microplane on hand and I wanted some lemon zest for a quinoa salad. And, seeing as I was feeling too lazy to mince the lemon peel, I just cut it into thin strips and tossed it in. But holy-intense-pop-of-lemon-burst, it was amazing!
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Ramekin or Cute Bowls – I love to store my salt on the countertop in a small ramekin or bowl for easy access. I usually only put out a little at a time and refill weekly to keep it from drying out.
Mason Jars – I keep any extra salt in a glass mason jar. This keeps the salt fresh and retains the moisture.
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No matter how busy your weeknight, we believe that everyone has time for a 15-minute meal. And this tasty combo of fajita-style ground beef cooked with tender carrots and broccoli and finished with fresh cilantro and lime only requires one skillet, 15 minutes of cooking and 5 minutes of clean-up. Who says healthy cooking has to be time-consuming?
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A super simple yet incredibly zesty kale salad that combines the bright flavors of apples and cranberries with quinoa and sunflower seeds to satisfy your taste buds and hunger alike!
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Perfectly pan-seared salmon bathed in the most luscious lime-cilantro garlic butter and served with crispy broccoli that will convince anyone to become a broccoli convert!
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Meal Prep 101
Meal Planning / Prepping is a KEY skill that we teach in TRIM and essential for balancing a healthy lifestyle with a busy life. So this week I am sharing my tips for meal prep and how I go about doing it!
Glass Tupperware – I like using glass storage containers for my meal prep to avoid BPA and other nasty chemicals found in plastic. I personally prefer anything rectangular as I think they fit better in the fridge and the 3 cup is the perfect size for one portion of food. And if you’re reheating in the oven, you can just reheat right in the glass!
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