These staples can include carbohydrates such as rice, quinoa, nuts, and dried fruits.

Canned goods such as beans, chopped vegetables and chickpeas are also a good option for a protein-filled salad.

Waste-not, want-not

Experts noted that if time slips away on an allotted meal prepping day, leftovers are a good trick to repurpose.

“Rather than chucking out what’s left, consider boxing it up, adding some greens and using it again for tomorrow’s lunch! Time-efficient and sustainable,” they said.





Post source: Express

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