Sunday Wednesday

Sunday Wednesday
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Hi there - Captain Obvious here - Yes - we are all busy and often we simply don't have time or are too tired to make dinner. Allow me to find you a quick little trick that will save you time, money and a case of the guilts. The Sunday Wednesday is the perfect way to be efficient and to stay on track for your food for the week! SUNDAY Buy all your veges and then chop them up immediately when you get home. One container for drier veges and one container that is a mix of dry and wet veges. Try and take more from the wet/dry container as it won't last as long in terms of freshness! WEDNESDAY It's likely time to make some extra food and during the middle of the week - time is precious! Add the remaining contents of the wet/Dry container into a stir-fry to ensure you get use of all the contents of the container! This will significantly reduced the time it takes to make that meal!!!
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 10 Mins
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 10 Mins
Sunday Wednesday
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Rating: 0
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Hi there - Captain Obvious here - Yes - we are all busy and often we simply don't have time or are too tired to make dinner. Allow me to find you a quick little trick that will save you time, money and a case of the guilts. The Sunday Wednesday is the perfect way to be efficient and to stay on track for your food for the week! SUNDAY Buy all your veges and then chop them up immediately when you get home. One container for drier veges and one container that is a mix of dry and wet veges. Try and take more from the wet/dry container as it won't last as long in terms of freshness! WEDNESDAY It's likely time to make some extra food and during the middle of the week - time is precious! Add the remaining contents of the wet/Dry container into a stir-fry to ensure you get use of all the contents of the container! This will significantly reduced the time it takes to make that meal!!!
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 10 Mins
Servings Prep Time
10 servings 10 Mins
Ingredients
Dry Container
  • 1 medium Broccoli Chopped and diced - I like to shave it into the container
  • 1 quarter Red Cabbage Chopped and Diced Finely
  • 2 Carrots Chopped and Diced Finely
  • 2 Leaves Kale Chopped and diced
  • 1 Stem Pak Choy Chopped and diced
Dry/Wet Container
Servings: servings
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Instructions
  1. Chop yoru Broccoli up first. Best way to do this is hold it by the stem and shave it with a knife directly into the containers. This means you will have smaller and speck like pieces in the salad.
  2. Open, Wash and drain your kidney beans and chick peas using a colander. Leave the drain and dry while you chop your other veges. Shake the colander intermittently to help drain water.
  3. Chop up all other veges and allocate them to the appropriate container.
  4. Go back and put the chick peas and kidney beans into the container allocated for wet/dry.
  5. Tumble the containers to help mix the contents evenly.
  6. When making your meals now, you can take some from both containers!
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