Food prep can be one of the most time-consuming tasks of any person’s week. Every time you want to cook something, you have to go into the kitchen, get things out of the refrigerator, prep the food, cook the food, and if there are leftovers, store the food. If you have to do that entire process every day, chances are that you -will burn out and get something else. The same can be said for juice prep with all the moving parts on appliances. That’s why this article will be showing you how to prep for a week’s worth of juice.
Pre-Packed Fruit and Veggie Selections
If you know what sorts of things love to out into your juicer, it should be easy to make some selections based on your needs. The only thing you have to do to make this happen is to get your fruits and vegetables laid out in front of you. Pull out some Ziploc bags and place your group in each bag. This way, you’ll have an easy time making a selection, and the other added benefit is that you’ll be able to make sure that you aren’t eating anything too many fruits or vegetables with natural toxins too many days in a row. You’ll now be confident that you’ll get a well-rounded amount of combinations.
The Mason Jar Approach
If you’re the kind of person who loves to use mason jars, this could be a really fun way to store your drinks for the week. Just go pick up 7 – 10 mason jars from a store nearby, and you can pack each of them with stuff you’ll be looking for. One big advantage of this over the bags is that you can dump the mixture into your juicer, and then dump the juice back into the mason jar and put a lid on it so you can take a liquid meal with you on the go.
Invest in a Juicer That Comes with Storage
There are some higher-end models of juicer that come with their own storage. Much like the mason jar approach, you can pack your preselected fruits and veggies into these containers that can be closed and opened when it’s time to load the juicer. You would then attach the empty container for dispensing juice into it for easy transport with you through the day!
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