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Hey /ck/, I was looking for some inspiration and figured maybe guys could help.
I've gone on a campaign to introduce more vegetables and greens in my daily meals, not just for a little while to lose weight, but ideally to integrate them into my current eating habits for good.
A big problem I'm having however, is thinking of interesting meals to prepare for my lunches. Eating vegetables for dinner etc. is something I've done all my life and so I don't really have much issue with preparing it, but I'm used to something like a sandwich for lunch, or some slices of ryebread with some sort of topping on them.
Other than maybe salads in a sandwich or carrots/cucumber slices, I never really eat much green for lunch and outside common salads, I'm finding it really hard to prepare interesting things that include vegetables for lunch.
I spend a lot of time preparing meals in general, so time is currently not an issue.
Do you have any suggestions? I seem to have been through all my cookbooks by now without finding much interesting, and the stuff that was interesting, I've already prepared several times over.
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/fit/izen with access to a gas stove, wok, grilling pan, normal skillet and an oven reporting in. (normally only have a skillet, housesitting at the moment)
I have 1 kilo chickenbreasts, what should I marinade it in, and how should I prepare it?