FOOD PREPPING TIPS AND TRICKS (Meal Prep Advice): How To Have A Great Food Prep Session

Hello Food Preppers!!!

Are you ready to food prep like a champ? These tips may help (please like and share):

***TIP 1. Reduce your washing up time by lining your trays with tin foil or using disposable roasting trays

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***TIP 2. Your veggies don’t always have to be fresh. Frozen veggies are great if you are pressed for time.

***TIP 3. Use different seasoning and sauces to change up the flavours to give your taste buds variety.

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***TIP 4. Entertain and kep yourself motivated during food prep sessions with good music, an audio book or a youtube video.

***TIP 5. Know your food storage times for the regridgerator and freezer.

⦁ Salad keeps in the fridge for around 3 to 5 days.

⦁ Hard boiled eggs in their shell keeps in the fridge for up to 1 week.

⦁ Cooked chicken or meat keeps in the fridge for up to 3 to 4 days.

⦁ Cooked chicken or meat in the freezer is best eaten within 2 to 6 months.

⦁ Cooked rice keeps in the fridge for 3 to 5 days.

⦁ Cooked rice in the freezer is best eaten within 6 months.

Use common sense with these guidelines. If it looks funny, smells funny or tastes funny, it’s probably best to discard it. If in doubt throw it out.

THESE LINKS TO FOOD STORAGE TIMES MAY HELP YOU:

***TIP 6. Dont’ food prep on an empty stomach

Have a successful food prep everybody!

Lots of love

Lozza

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