Sunday, August 4, 2013

Sunday Night Food Prep

Today's Workout:
REST

After yesterday's 14 mile run, I decided I should rest my legs today. I had a fantastic long run despite the cloudy weather and the wretched humidity. I made sure to hydrate at every water fountain and I splashed some water on my belly to keep baby Myles cool =).

 
 
Now that I'm all rested, time to get ready for the work week. Here's what my Food Prep looks like for the week:
 
 
On the menu:
(From left to right)
 
- Snack: Dehydrated apples
- Lunch: Walnut and pea salad with balsamic vinaigrette & sweet potato with grilled chicken
- Snack: Green grapes with a slice of pear & cottage cheese
- Snack: Hummus with hard-boiled eggs (Pregnant woman craving!)
 
How I prepared it:
 
I bought the bulk size dehydrated apples bag from Costco. Seven slices equals 1 apple.
 
 

Walnut & pea salad: I mixed 2 cans of organic peas with 2 cups of walnut, balsamic vinaigrette, ground black pepper, and a dash of vegan cheese (it's not real cheese).
 
 

Lunch: I wrapped 2 sweet potatoes in cellophane paper and placed it in the microwave for 9 minutes each. For the chicken, I placed a bunch of organic chicken on the barbecue and grilled them for about 7-8 minutes. I topped the chicken with garlic powder, oregano and parsley.
 
 
For the fruits, I placed all the grapes and pears in a bowl and I let the hot water pour on them for a bit.
 
 
Voila! I got lunch and snacks for the week!!
 
 
 
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I'm grateful for spending Saturday
night with my best friend Andy and his
fiancée Crissy at their engagement party.
 
 
 

 
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2 comments:

  1. Don't the pear pieces turn brown by the fourth day?

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  2. Great looking system for one! I am curious about how this would work for a family of 4. I have 2 kids who also need lunches packed for the week, and snacks. We would never be able to fit everything we need into our fridge! I want my kids to eat healthy foods, too. Thanks!

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