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5 Easy And Ready-To-Eat Hearty Carbs Worth Keeping In The Kitchen

1) Low sugar granolas – those made with oats offer a crunchy partner for Greek yogurt or a snackable side to an on the go protein shake or boiled eggs. 2) Pre-baked diced or cut organic potatoes – organic since the skin is so thin and they are typically grown above grown and coated with heavy pesticides; they make a great side to mains like turkey or grassfed meatloaf, grilled chicken, fish or even eggs (and a runny yolk over a bed of crispy edged potatoes is a favorite of many’a-foodie). 3) Pre-made and seasoned organic rice in to-go packaging, like Healthee’s variety of flavored rice and risottos – these are easy to pair with any protein and/or veggies and the to-go type container is nice

My First What I Eat In A Day Video | Quick Easy Meals

After all these years of YouTube'ing and sharing my life through social media, I've finally filmed a What I Eat In A Day video! And, although I didn't have time to plate out (unrealistically) aesthetic dishes, I hope you enjoy these quick and easy ideas you can incorporate into your own kitchen. For a little context, my morning started at 6AM and I finished eating around 8:30PM. How frequently I eat in a day just depends on my schedule, hunger and activity levels. I don't follow any particular 'diet', although there are some foods that don't always agree with my body that I limit or avoid - but, more on that another time. Here's the list of what I ate, as seen in the video: Kodiak Cakes Prot