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#1313


Meal prep for the week. Pulled pork and brisket mix, with cauliflower rice, mashed sweet potato, and broccoli/brussel sprouts. One day is going to have Texas hot links in place of the pork and brisket. Not pictured are the daily carrots and apples.


#1314

Beautuful, do you freeze this or refrigerate it?


#1315

yep…bought this 1,2kg bit for cheap…for a single guy that means I’m eating that for a few days I suppose :wink:


#1316

I just refrigerate them. I’ve found that when I freeze them, I forget to thaw them overnight for the next day. The broccoli and brussel sprouts start frozen though…so, there’s that. Hahaha.


#1317

That looks good…I whould start prepping my meals like that aswell…right now I think I’m eating too little veggies…


#1318

Thanks! I’ve learned to love prepping, plus, it helps me make sure I’m getting the right amounts of proteins/carbs/fats each day. I’m still perfecting everything, in terms of amounts, to coincide with fitness goals. I can say that I’m not hungry afterwards though. Hahaha.


#1319

I just started using a blender to get my berries and fruits to my daily diet…now I’m starting my days with that…


#1320

My Ninja blender is a staple in my morning routine. I throw everything in it and drink it as I’m making breakfast. Easily one of the best investments I’ve made.


#1321


Got wild with dinner. Broke out the iron skillet, baked up some shrimp, chicken, green pepper, kale, and mango pico de gallo, threw a little cilantro on it, and put it on some zoodles.


#1322

Repurposed leftovers. Chili burrito with fresh cilantro and lettuce from the garden.


#1323

All greens in the salad are complimentary of my patio garden. Its only a 5 x 5 space and we already have more food than we know what to do with. I’m hoping some neighbors will want some. I’d feel weird going up to a homeless man and offering a salad rather than a hot meal, you know?


#1324

The harvest has begun! Rachel, Collin and I are loving the steamed, fried and baked Zucchini!


#1325

Holy cow! I just planted mine here lol


#1326

I live in a high desert. Very arid. Planting usually begins mid April, early May.


#1327

It’s so amazing how different the seasons are in the different areas. That’s really neat! We just got off frost dangers here


#1328

Here we just had a townhall meeting with the usual message that The winter is coming :wink:


#1329

What are your typical seasons like there date wise?


#1330

We are lucky to actually have four seasons…summer right now is usually june-august, fall is something like september - november, winter december - march and spring april april - may…ish…because we’re so high up north though the summer means literally no sundown for a month or so to people living up north…I think in helsinki sun goes down for like an hour or two…but there’s not really a night like darkness…and the flipside to this is of cource that in wintertime the sun doesn’t come out for the people in north…and only a few hours for me…usually they say it’s 8 months of darkness and 4 of the light…what a weird world? :wink:


#1331

So fascinating! It’s neat our seasons are about the same date range but so different!! Thats really cool


#1332

this is how far up north we are