My husband is a passionate foodie. That means he is passionate about food and enjoys every aspect of it myprep. He loves planning for, buying for and finding great deals. He also enjoys cooking and eating for special occasions such as dinner. It can get so strong in him that, some days, he will come over to me and ask, “Does anyone know what we are having tomorrow?” He smiles with a twinkle of his eye and gives me a big grin. Me, the non-foodie thinks that he just wants to eat dinner and doesn’t care much about tomorrow. He just doesn’t get me, lol.
For events that include food, it takes a lot planning and preparation. Everything must be perfect. The food should be both beautiful to the eyes and delicious to the palate. It is important that the food be prepared at the perfect time and in a way that appeals to everyone. It is not hard work. Why are people doing this? To share the love of the connection through the food.
You should also consider food preparation when you embark on your journey to a fit and healthy life. You’ve made it your goal to transform your mind and body. This is a journey that you want to be easy. Preparing your food for the week ahead is one of the most important things you can do. Planning is essential to avoid waste, make the food tasty, and help you reach your goals of being leaner and more healthy.
It doesn’t really matter how many meals per day you eat, but prepping your food on weekends will help you keep track of what you eat throughout the week. Depending on whether I am doing weight training or not, I typically eat five to six meals each day. The majority of food I buy is whole foods, not prepackaged. I have developed a system for myself that I will share. Preparation for this portion of your fitness or health journey will be different. This is normal because everyone has different tastes. My goal is for you to get an idea of how food prep might look, and you can take it from there.