I don’t know about you, but when I see the recipes I think: and when I go to work? What do I take to eat? What if I am hungry between meals?
I’m going to start working on my master’s thesis and I’m going to spend the day off (I leave home at 6 am (almost 7) and only get back at 6/7 pm) and my big concern is: what do I take to eat for a whole day?
In this post I show you what I carry and other equally practical options. All meals here will have their recipe available.
I hope you like it!
As soon as I get up I always drink a bit of water. When I’m already dressed and ready I go to the kitchen, prepare the (jam) bottle for the snack and put the box with lunch and bar (were prepared the night before) in a bag, inside my backpack. I also carry a 0.75 liter water bottle.
Attention: Water is one of the great treatments we can do! Do not forget that diseases only develop or “wake up” when the body is more acidic. Just by drinking water, with the highest pH possible, we are already fighting several situations
I pause to eat anything and hold on until lunchtime. Usually at this time I use to eat my banana bar and oatmeal (recipe). It’s quick to eat but it satiates easily
Finally it’s time for lunch! As you might imagine this is the part that varies. Today was corn pasta with mushrooms and vegetables (cauliflower, carrot, peas and green beans), sunflower and sesame seeds and white sauce (cream of rice, garlic, coriander, salt and oregano).
Normally I leave at this hour and take a snack before catching a public transport. I decided to make a glass jar with fruit, granola and chia pudding. The chia pudding is made by putting 3 tablespoons of chia for each cup of vegetable milk and just leave the bottle in the refrigerator overnight (6-8 hours). It will end up getting a similar consistency to the pudding 🙂 Before putting the chia pudding in the refrigerator I added vanilla extract (1/2 to 1 teaspoon).
Today I chose banana as fruit and put cinnamon on top 🙂 Nothing more practical and comforting as this bottle ♡