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Tips for Organizing Your Kitchen So You Can Quickly and Efficiently Cook Once and Eat for Days

Finding the time to cook every day so you can use food as medicine consistently enough to notice a difference in your health is hard.

It takes time, diligence, persistence, consistency and grace.

I know, I've been doing it for years.

One of the best ways to do it is to follow quick and easy-to-follow recipes that you can execute in 30-60 minutes like the ones found in my monthly meal plans inside the Flare Free Cooking Academy.

Another great way to do it is to cook once on your day off and stock your fridge with healing meals to reheat and eat throughout the week.

I'll be going over exactly how to do this in detail inside the "How to Cook Once and Eat For Days" Mini Training in May and every monthly meal plan includes detailed instructions for which components of each meal to make in what order so you can cook as quickly and efficiently as possible on your day off, but in the meantime:


  1. Open all your packaged ingredients

  2. Wash all of your produce

  3. Thaw all of your proteins

  4. Gather all of the equipment and tools you need to cook

  5. Set up your kitchen as efficiently as possible

  6. Mis en place each recipe you are going to be following

  7. Make the slowest cooking dishes first and the quickest cooking dishes last

Want to try it out for yourself and see how much time you can save?

Download my new FREE meal plan which includes a weekly prep list that you can follow to cook all four recipes in the meal plan once and eat throughout the week!

Meal plan recipes are x4 so please plan accordingly.

Happy Cooking!!




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