That is a funny take on the activity of Meal Planning. We know that planning will help us eat well and feel good throughout the week, but still, it ends up on the dreaded chore list and often gets skipped. Ease it into your weekly routine and be patient with it and it will grow on you.
Category Archives: Meal Planning
Busting Meal Planning myths – 5
The leftovers can be incorporated in the next couple of meals. A bigger batch enough to cater for two times can be cooked in a one-time effort. The perishables can be bought only as required and be used prudently.
Busting some Meal Planning myths – 1
“Meal Planning may be helpful for people (working/students) in the age group below 40 years. Above 40 to my knowledge most of us have figured out a system for this.”
Meal Planning & Life: Striking a Balance
Having a Meal Plan is always an advantage but should not hold you back from enjoying otherwise.
Meal Planning with Family’s Favorite Meals
Every family has some favorite meals – those which when served elicit a positive response from all and very few murmurs of discontent come forth!
Meal Planning & Health
Reducing sugar/salt/oil intake/ having salads and soups/ choosing roasted over fried foods etc does not count as having a balanced and nutritious meal.
How do you start with Meal Planning?
Before you start planning your meals for the coming days, check with the family members what food they are craving for and would like to be included in the meal plan in the coming days.
Why you should seriously consider Meal Planning?
We wake up in the morning and start thinking of what to cook for breakfast up to lunch, maybe.
Why Meal Planning is a good idea for everyone?
In a family, each member has a different choice or preference and that has to be factored in when one is planning the daily menus.
Part 2: What is Meal Planning?
Meal planning is making a plan of meals with optimal nourishment and nutrition for every member of the family within the available resources.