Prep meals for work you’re actually excited to eat.
You know that cooking is an important part of healthy eating. But who has time to cook every day?
Not you. And not me either!
I created Workweek Lunch to help busy people batch cook quick, tasty and budget-friendly meals to take to work, instead of going to the same boring (over expensive) lunch places that don’t serve up the highest quality eats.
I’m Talia Koren, a food and cooking-obsessed writer from NYC.
In 2016, I created Workweek Lunch, which now has 40,000 monthly readers, because my coworkers constantly asked me how I had time to make delicious meals for work. I’m not a nutritionist, just an expert meal prepper on a mission to help working professionals get in control of their food (and lives) by bringing lunch to work. Read my full story here.
Workweek Lunch recipes are made for meal prep.
Every recipe is balanced and you can easily change them to fit your dietary needs and preferences. I eat all foods and call myself a flexitarian. Some recipes are vegan and vegetarian. Most are gluten-free. Some have meat. Whatever your diet is, you’ll find something that will work for you here.
Get started with these favorites:
Ditch dieting and find a sustainable approach to health.
I don’t believe in finding the perfect diet that will magically solve all of our problems. Instead, I encourage my readers to find their perfect diet and embracing the intuitive eating approach to health. I am also an advocate for Health At Every Size and will never talk about “weight loss foods.”
Read more about how to stay motivated and consistent with lifestyle habits that help you be the best version of yourself:
Spend a little time cooking, save MORE time for relaxing.
Meal planning is the secret behind successful meal prep. These resources below will help you learn how to save time and money (kinda important) every week by carefully planning your meals around your schedule.
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