Meal prepping is the process of preparing meals or meal components in advance, typically for the upcoming week. This involves cooking, portioning, and storing meals in the refrigerator or freezer, so they can be easily reheated and consumed throughout the week. 
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  1. Plan ahead: Decide what meals you want to prepare for the week and make a grocery list.
  2. Cook in bulk: Double or triple recipes to have leftovers for later in the week.
  3. Use slow cookers or pressure cookers: Put ingredients in and let it cook while you’re busy.
  4. Pre-cut and portion ingredients: Cut up vegetables, portion out meat and store in containers.
  5. Freeze meals: Make double batches of food and freeze the extra portions for busy days.
  6. Keep it simple: Choose recipes that are quick and easy to prepare, like salads, grain bowls, and stir-fries.
  7. Invest in containers: Store food in airtight containers to keep it fresh and easily transportable.
  8. Use convenience items: Stock up on pre-washed greens, pre-cut fruits, and frozen vegetables to save time.
  9. Use leftovers: Incorporate leftovers into new meals, such as using leftover chicken in a salad or wrap.
  10. Consider meal delivery or meal prep services: For especially busy days, consider getting pre-made meals delivered to you.

    Meal prepping helps me save time and money, eat healthier, and maintain a consistent diet by planning and preparing meals in advance. It's a beneficial practice even for those with busy schedules, fitness enthusiasts, and those who want to improve their eating habits.

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