A few weeks ago before I left for a DC work trip, I remembered that I had a long overdue Clearly Fresh Bag review in my queue. I chopped a leftover onion in half, put one piece in a Ziploc, the other in a Clearly Fresh Bag, and presumably grabbed my luggage and rushed out the door. When I returned a week later, the Clearly Fresh Bag onion (on the right) was clearly the winner.
Now fast forward to hearing Dawn Jackson Blatner speak at the Healthy Living Summit last Saturday… Of the many amazing mantras I took away from her session, there was one in particular that I felt I should start practicing immediately: everyday veggie tray.
The concept behind ‘everyday veggie tray’ is that veggies that are already washed and chopped are just as accessible when you’re busy as a packaged snack. Seems simple, I know, but most healthy living concepts are simple, so simple that they’re easily forgotten.
My every day veggie tray consists of radishes, cucumber, and broccoli – precut for perfect hummus scoopage. I’m also very excited because prior to my Clearly Fresh Bag experiment I would have been very hesitant about chopping this many veggies in advance.
Do you think an every day veggie tray would work for you? What kinds of veggies would you prep for the week?