Food is very personal. Everyone make their own choices.
At this stage of my life, I just prefer to make healthier choices. Preparation and organization are often key factors in order to face any of these I.Don’t.Want.To.Cook.Moment 🙂
It took me less than 10 minutes to prepare the following salads!
Have a lovely week-end!!
- Green pepper: for a bit of potassium
- Slice of whole meal bread: rich in folate, vitamin K as well as vitamins B1, B2, B3 and B6.
- Tuna: good source of protein and vitamin A
- Pickles: fermented products help to make your gut and digestion stronger
- Parsley: hello vitamin C
- Sesame seeds: rich in Calcium
- Olive oil: rich in monoinsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E
- Apple cider vinegar: also improves digestion
- Sweet potato: Rich in vitamin A and potassium
- (Mixed) Lettuce: good source of folate, vitamin A and K as well as potassium and water!
- Tomato: good source of potassium, vitamin A and K as well lycopene (especially when cooked)
- Lentils: good content of carbohydrates, protein, phosphorus and potassium. You can find in some supermarkets, some patties already made with sweet potatoes, lentils, herbs, pumpkin seeds,… It takes 3 minutes to cook them.
- Tofu: good source of plant-based protein.
- Chili jam: for the taste and add a bit of spice to my dish
This is how the patties look like before I incorporated them in my salad.
My boy made this for me while I was studying… Lucky me 🙂
United States Department of Agriculture: National Agricultural Library, Nutrient Data Laboratory, viewed 20 April 2013, http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/search/list.