The best Whole30 success tip I can give you is to write out your goals. What do you want to achieve from your month of eating clean?
I firmly believe in having goals and getting them down on paper. They keep you focused and help you stay on track. They are especially important when undergoing a challenge such as a Whole30. If you haven’t written out your goals for your 30 days, get a pen and paper right now. Continue reading Whole30 Goals
I never remember to take meat out of the freezer before I leave in the morning, which complicates things when I get home from school, desperately hungry.
I’m not the first one to think of this tip, but who doesn’t need reminding? It has saved me going mad from hunger, cooking undefrosted meat, or wasting the disgusting hard bits that the microwave always leaves me with.
Continue reading Quick defrosting
Living in an Asian country, ginger is very easy to find as it is used in so many dishes. Unfortunately, for the same reason, it can only be bought in bulk.
What is one girl going to do with nearly a kilogram of ginger!? I was going crazy eating every dish with ginger just to use it up in time. That was, until I can across this secret on the glorious internet somewhere. Continue reading Storing Ginger
I thought I’d be ok without these obscure ‘luxury items’ and organic goods during my first Whole30. I was wrong.
As I scrolled through recipe after recipe, I became increasingly frustrated because I didn’t have certain ingredients which seemed to keep popping up all over the place.
I caved after about a week and ordered a whole bunch from iHerb, an online store which keeps expats in Korea smiling with deliveries of organic groceries and familiar treats. Check it out if you’re far from home.
Without further ado, here’s a list of things that I found essential to have on hand: Continue reading Things You Should Buy Before Your Whole30 Begins
What with work and commitments throughout the week, I’ve learnt that I really need to maximize my time on Saturday and Sundays to prepare as many dishes as possible for the week ahead. Some of these get chucked in the fridge, and some in the freezer for a later date. Continue reading Maximize Your Weekends