2. Whole Grains

For some inexplicable reason, folks find it easier to chop veggies than to cook grains, although they take about the same effort. If you're one of these not-uncommon individuals who'd rather chiffonade spinach and dice aubergines than cook rice or quinoa, buy pre-cooked grains for lazy days.

Eating whole grains at every meal can become a reality if you snip a microwaveable pouch open and spoon out as much as you need for a wholesome, balanced dish.

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