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Meal prepping is preparing ready-made ingredients or meals. Meal prep looks different for everyone and can change each week. After choosing recipes or meals you’d like to eat, you can batch cook ingredients and (1) save them as fully prepared meals ready to eat or (2) prepare large batches of single ingredients, like shredded carrots, potatoes, or Brussels sprouts, to throw together in a quick stir fry or salad when you’re ready to eat.
Whether you want to prepare all your meals at home or just breakfast, dinner, or snacks, everyone can participate in meal prep to help reduce the stress from last-minute decisions on what to eat.
Most prepared meals can last up to three days but can vary based on the storage. Large-batch single ingredients, such as cooked grains or raw carrots, can last longer depending on how they’re prepared. This site provides a helpful guide for building a plan. Learn how to maximize your food and reduce waste by Tackling Food Waste at Home.
Use microwave- and freezer-safe containers. Using both microwave-safe and freezer-safe containers can help save you time in the long run. If you make a large batch of meals, but only want to eat them twice a week, freeze the rest. Microwave-safe containers allow you to easily reheat with no added dishes for clean-up. If you’re making batches of single ingredients, reusable bags may be another option to store prepared veggies. Learn more about the best storage solutions here.
The Magic Bullet® Kitchen Express comes with a slice/shred disc and a chopping blade. These blades reduce the time and stress it takes to chop fruits and veggies.
Prepare fruit and veggies before inserting them into the Kitchen Express:
Foods that should never be used in this appliance:
Sherene ChouSherene is a culinary-trained Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for NutriBullet focused on making delicious plant-based eats sustainable and accessible for all. She believes that food cultures and traditions should be celebrated and incorporated as part of living a happy and healthy life. When she’s not learning about a new ingredient or food at her local farmers market, you can find Sherene teaching food justice and culinary nutrition to health professionals nationwide.