>just meal prep bro, it takes 2 seconds Posted on May 1, 2023 by Anonymous >just meal prep bro, it takes 2 seconds
>chores are hard!
welp, back to McGoyslop's I guess for more hormoneburgers and corn syrup
That's clearly not a meal prep
Meal prep is easy.
>1 big wok
>2 to 3 smaller pans
Get a job, then a dishwasher. Best purchase of my life
this. bought a countertop dishwasher for my lil apartment with no room for a big one. was worried i was ripping myself off, but after using it i dont regret spending 700 bucks on it
what kind of apartment doesn't come with a dishwasher, stove, and microwave?
I’ve been traveling in Eastern Europe and the Balkans for the past few months — most apartments do not have a dishwasher or microwave.
I can wash than in a few minutes. Git gud.
I haven't done my dishes in a month.
Finally emptied my dishwasher and used the last clean fork though, so it will probably happen this week.
Did your parents never teach you to wash your dishes or what?
Average Swedenistan from Turkistan.
> not having a personal chef in the current year
>1 or 2 utensils to stir
that's 4 or 5 things to clean plus they are big so it's much easier.
Instant pot. I don't even wash it. Add ingredients, heat it up for 20 to 40 minutes. Done.
>zoomers so brainrotted they can't even wash dishes anymore
>One pot dish
Optional rice cooker or second pot if you want to add rice/potatoes/noodles outside of the first pot.
Learn not to need 1563 different gadgets. Most things can be done by knife, you rarely need egg slicers, veggie cutters and graters.
That's England, no doubt about it.
>wall mounted boiler
Maybe if its a 1990’s industrial unit
nobody says the meal prepping part is quick, but it works out to less time spent on cooking over the week. RETARD
>getting filtered by fucking chores
Are you 9 anon?
>soak oats in water
>put rice and water in ricecooker
>boil 36 eggs
What's wrong with a pot?
Nothing, rice cookers just make it a lot easier to fuck up.
Do the dishes Woozuh
this is my sink age 18-30 now i just blow my dishes up
The first few times you cook a recipe, yeah, you'll probably have more dishes than you want to clean. But as you do it again and again, you'll find out that you don't need as many dishes as you thought you needed.
Tips for new cooks:
>Mise en place: prep all your ingredients before you even turn on the stove. This way you don't have to rush to do things as the stove burns your meal.
>Clean as you go: one of the easiest ways to get ahead of dishes like OP's pic. Done cutting shit up? Wash your cutting board and knife. Dumped in sauce into the pan? Clean the bowl. Finished your recipe? Get it put away in a container and clean the pan before your meal residue cools and hardens
>find ways to reduce/reuse bowls: You don't need 5 bowls for 5 ingredients if the ingredients can all be combined. Same with sauces. As long as your bowl hasn't had anything that can cause cross-contamination(IE: raw meat), you can reuse it however many times you like before cleaning.
>Cook at-least 4 portions per recipe: meals for 2 are nice, but if you have to cook them 5 times a week you'll get sick of it fast. aim for recipes that produce 4-8 servings that you can use as leftovers.
>Stick to simpler recipes for a better time: are ground meat tacos better than fresh gnocchi with basil pesto? No. Is it easier, faster, and produces larger servings with less cleanup? Yes.