Here is live video from our August 2, 2017 cooking demo at The Kitchen Table is Hattiesburg! If you were not able to attend but still want some great info, give it a watch. We share some of our tips in the kitchen to make meal preps fast and simple. Not to mention some clutch onion chopping and grape slicing techniques!
Download the free PDF of complete grocery list, equipment list, and recipes used for the Meal Prep Demo Class here. CkMealPrepDemo_recipes PDF
Learn about our upcoming Clean Kitchen 12 Week Challenge here. You get a personal coach to guide you through the sometimes confusing world of learning how to eat healthy and make it a lifestyle!
In Clean Kitchen, we do not count calories. Because when people eat, we are not looking at our plate knowing exactly how many “calories” we are eating. We eat portions of food, not counted out macronutrients. No calculators, no adding up your macros. Just simply use you hand size as your guide to portion control.
Bone broth is getting super popular. I’ll admit, I never really gave it much thought until recently when a Clean Kitchen client, Carly, asked me if I had any good soup recipes. Carly was in the middle of the CK 12 Week Challenge and about to have a procedure where her recovery required her not to eat solid food for 2 weeks! Talk about a doozy right smack in the middle of her 12 Week Challenge. It was just what I needed to to get inspired. Carly, just so you know, you inspired me to think outside my comfort zone and dig a little deeper into making clean eating work, even when faced with a “mush diet.”
This was a meal prep menu built strictly for one purpose. Get it done cheap. Healthy eating is for EVERYONE. Not just for those who have the perfect meal plan or the means to buy the freshest, specialty ingredients. Keep reading. You can also download the full meal prep menu, recipes and grocery list at the end of the article! BOOM!
How much protein should you eat? Do not worry about counting grams just yet. First you have to get in the habit of choosing protein in a correct portion size. We like to use our hand as a portion size guide. Look at your hand and thickness. Use this as your portion guide for every meal you eat!
WOMEN: One palm size portion MEN: Two palm size portions