Here is a shopping list to get you started! I have not finalised the meal plan yet, so some of it could change. I have not included quantities as it will depend on how many people you are cooking for and if you decide to make double and freeze. I would highly recommend this.
We are not starting till the 6th Jan, so I shall edit it this closer to the time. I know that some of you are really keen to see what you have to buy, as I would be.
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The hardest thing about starting a new plan, is the organisation. It takes work, it takes time and it takes a fair amount of preparation.
My top tips for getting organised are
When you are cooking, always double or triple the recipe and freeze in bags.
Roast lots of your favourite vegetables and store in a Tupperware. This can be added to jazz up any meal or salad.
Cut carrots, peppers or whatever veg you like to dip and have them ready in a tub with a little spot of water in the bottom of tub prevent them drying out.
As it is winter, stewing your fruit is great. Apples and plums work well. These will store in the fridge and are a great addition to your breakfast.
Get organised in advance. If I am working, I make my lunch when I am making my dinner. I often assemble my breakfast then too. Anything that saves time and stops you grabbing processed cereal, toast or something much worse!
If you are out for the whole day, ensure you have taken enough food with you. Everyone at my work laughs at my near suitcase size of food bag I bring in every day. What can I say, I love to eat!
Low fat soft cheese
Chinese leaves or little gem lettuce
Store Cupboard Essentials
Cereals and Nuts
Wholemeal cous cous
Wholemeal SR flour
Coconut milk or coconut powder
Oils and Spices
White wine vinegar