Here's a list of all the food products i seem to use a lot of:
brown rice flakes
nuts and seeds (mainly almonds, walnuts, pecans, pepitas, sesame, sunflower)
organic corn thins with sesame
raw cacao powder
rice malt syrup
spices (mainly cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg & cloves)
red kidney beans
extra virgin olive oil
brazil nut and flaxseed butter
In my fridge
almond milk (unsweetened)
flax seed oil
frozen peas & carrots
savoury yeast flakes
And then you have your basic pantry items that most kitchens have. I find that the above are enough to make a meal in minutes.
I mainly eat raw for lunch and dinner but I also like to prepare some quinoa or brown rice to last a few days.
I also bake pumpkin/sweet potato so that it's ready for me to use in salads, curries, soups or even to stir through some porridge like I did this morning. it was totally delicious, and I added some of the above spices and it actually tasted like a pumpkin pie, no sugar added and best of all, a serving of vegetables with minimal fuss (picture below).
If I'm time poor, the quickest, and one of my favourite all time meals is some brown rice and quinoa mixed together with lentils, avocado, herbs and tomato. drizzle with some tahini & lemon juice, add some sea salt and a sprinkle of chilli flakes and you're ready for some seriously nutritious tucker.
what's your favourite go to meal?
peas, love and mung beans