I Yam what i yam
Something I have discovered along the way is the importance of planning our meals everyday. Because everyday life can be so busy, it becomes increasingly difficult to take the time to plan ahead; however, I recommend finding 1 day per week that you can set time aside to plan meals for the next few days. Whether it's chili, baked yams, black beans and rice, if you are in the position to make enough for a few days it takes the pressure off of finding food fast in a time crunch, will likely ensure that you are reaching for healthier options, and will also promise consistent fuel for your body to work at full capacity. Don't worry, we ware in this together. I will share some easy recipes that are healthy, colorful, flavorful, and packed with vitamins. I love cooking with color, that's my got o.
salads & sides
Here we have a couple of different options: Broccoli, Cabbage, and Red Pepper as a side to some Salmon that I made that night. In this side there is plenty of ginger, soy sauce, and rice vinegar. It adds color, and will spruce up whatever protein you intend on using. Next to our side is a salad with: Sweet Potato, Red Pepper, Mixed Greens, and Tofu. I found this particular combination of ingredients pleasing to the eye, and pleasing to the tummy.