Make Sunday your cook day to save time on preparing meals
How much time do you spend preparing meals each day? Probably quite a lot, right? There are better ways to prepare your weekly eats. You can freeze or can prepare certain meals, like prep and cut vegetables that are to be used during the week, and boil all of your pasta and rice for the week.
The basic idea is to prepare all, or at least most, of your main meals on one day of the week – most likely a Sunday (forget about it being a day of rest!!). . By pre-prepping and actually cooking everything on the very same day, which generally only takes a matter of a couple of hours, you can actually save yourself so many more hours during the week while doing the same thing.
Big hearty meals such as thick stews, soups, stews, and meat chili are particularly low maintenance. Better still, they often taste far better several days later. This is because the foods all have a chance to meld together and form something really nice and tasty.
Of course, it’s always different strokes for different folks. But whether you use Sunday, or any other day of the week (like Monday or Tuesday or Friday, for example), or prep one week or even a month ahead, the main goal is simply to do everything at once instead of breaking your cooking up into multiple segments throughout your week. The great thing is that by prepping everything at the very same time, you save yourself a ton of time during the week – which is usually when most folks feel their most exhausted.