Day of Clean Eating: Broccoli and Chicken Salad
The days of clean eating are here! Today we’re going to share with you the best way to eat chicken broccoli salad every single day. We’ve been following this method for almost two months now, and it’s worked wonders for us.
Here’s what we did…
1) Find a good source of organic chicken broth (we use Blue Diamond brand).
You can buy this at most health food stores or online.
2) Buy a bag of frozen mixed vegetables (we use these from Trader Joe’s).
They come in bags of 16. You can get them in bulk if you order them ahead of time.
3) Use the same size container for each meal.
For example, one large container will hold four cups of cooked chicken broth and eight cups of mixed veggies. If you have extra containers lying around, they’ll work just fine too!
4) Make sure all your containers are tightly sealed.
Then place everything into the freezer until you’re ready to eat.
5) After you’ve eaten, put the containers back in the freezer and let them thaw out overnight before using again.
This allows the flavors to blend together better so that when you eat them, they taste even better than fresh!
We highly recommend starting off with a small amount of chicken broth first. Too much will often give us indigestion, but everyone’s different.
The best part about this is that it’s all very cheap to make! We can feed both of us for under $3, and that lasts us an entire week. With results like these, we highly recommend you give it a shot.
Let us know how it goes!
Sources & references used in this article:
The Sonoma Diet: Trimmer Waist, Better Health in Just 10 Days! by B Sanders – 2017 – PublishDrive
Broccoli and desire: Global connections and Maya struggles in postwar Guatemala by C Guttersen – 2005 – books.google.com
The Clean Eating 28-Day Plan: A Healthy Cookbook and 4-Week Plan for Eating Clean by EF Fischer – 2006 – books.google.com
Pathogenic microorganisms associated with fresh produce by S Salad – 2009
10-Day Sugar Detox: Easy Meal Plans to Beat Sugar in 10 Days by P Powell – 2011 – Voyageur Press