Hi everyone! I am in the process of recomposition and I'm super excited because I already feel positive changes occuring. However, I am a bit concerned about meal prep and could use some help:
-I do not have a full kitchen. I have a fridge, hot plate, cast iron skillet and rice cooker.
-looking to do easy meal prep one day a week.
-so far, my staples are bison strip salad, skyr yogurt with almonds and honey, egg on sprouted bread with avo, wild salmon (from a can) tacos and chicken salad
-I'm into healthy fats and tend to get carried away. This is an area I really need to watch.
I'm pretty happy with what I have so far BUT i really don't want to get in the habit of eating the same thing every week. Last week I made a potato soup which faired pretty well, BUT I realized that it was high in carbs and low in protein...no good. In this phase, I am slowly building up my muscle so I need to focus on meals that are macro-balanced and provide foundational building blocks for my fitness journey.
TODAY I am 1 pound away from my goal weight, which will mean I lost the 14 lbs I gained after being a vegetarian for two years. I'm not saying that vegetarianism doesn't work for people, but once I cut out tofu and replaced it with lean meat my body started to progress very rapidly.
I'm overwhelmed by all of the meal prep options and I'm looking for a very simple and straightforward guide. Thanks!