We all know how it goes, you need to go for your weekly or so grocery run, and you get the usually items you want, maybe a few items that standout that are new, or new to you, and then you get the thought in your head, "I need/want to eat healthy", but you have everything in your cart already, make your self feel guilty, and only pick out a few healthy, or "healthy to you items because you feel guilty. Whether this is you or not, this is a lot of people, and or a lot of peoples thoughts/though process, and the point to take out of this is to stop making your self guilty, because you need reward to keep going, and of course your weekly groceries, and there is alternatives to remove the guilt, and make some items in your weekly grocery's better. Half will be food, the other half will bee cooking supply's/ingredients. Just a legal note, this is not written by a medical expert, but someone who has/A.K.A Cash Richard, thee, me, written articles on this site about previous experience, and knowledge, and this is facts, opinions, and my/his health journey also and talking about the health topic/product and site topic in general. While this is not a medical expert this is all factual and my personal experience and as we move throughout this article we will link sources, etc. We have not tried or tested everything we say and list below from common local grocery stores/stores, but some we have, and it is based of nutrition, other articles, facts, and opinion if we have tried it, and every source/article we link etc. We recommend reading our other site articles/blogs and other health articles/person struggles and journey and facts we have done on the site. Go to the writing page to view all in the all category for the articles/blogs and page. cashrichard.com/writing
1 food items first/products, for cooking meals, salmon fish, with any side due to the healthy fish and main course. Salmon has lots of protein like lots of it, and omega-3 fatty acids, and it tastes really good especially when fresh, prepared right, and in my opinion prepared on a grill slowly with cedar wood. Learn more about cedar wood here. When you put some herbs on top of it, when its a little juicy but not to much. With a nice side of brussel sprouts, fries, or what ever you fancy. Its not super easy to cook but not super hard! Source for some of the facts above and more info here.
2 Chicken with rice, and a tasty sauce. We all know chicken can be bland, but also healthy, and rice can be unhealthy, but if you have you choice or rice, example: white rice with chicken, the chicken makes up for the bad in the white rice, and your choice or sauce. Some good recommendations of chicken cuts and sauces in my option, and health in general are boneless breast chicken, not wings, and sauce something sweet and salty but not to heavy on the either side. Source although i mostly wrote this from my experiences/facts and knowledge and opinion. Some more facts/chicken and dinners here. https://www.delish.com/cooking/g177/chicken-rice-recipes/
3 Pasta and rice, or just pasta and and healthier sauce with warm/or cold veggies on the site. Specifically it could be angel hair noodles, or your noodles of choice with a red sauce, but not to unhealthy of a sauce, or if you do make sure you have veggies on the site, and or brown rice as brown rice is filled with proteins, fiber, and so many more helpful things. Pasta with red or white sauce, example marinara or alfredo sauce with rice and or both veggies also! More here from our source we somewhat used, and once again our opinions and knowledge and facts. https://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/guide/grocery-list
4 Orange Chicken at home. Raw or precooked/warmed already. This type of food, and especially this dish/meal/cut of chicken is so good, we all know who like it, some orange chicken, lightly sauced, with some fried rice can be so good, sometimes from fast food if it's not sketchy. 😳 🤣 Iykyk. If you know you know. There you go, another acronym for you if you needed one. We should make that a new thing, acronym of the day. 🤣 While orange chicken and or/with fried rice can be seen as not the healthiest and or the tastiest option either or, sometimes, that's not actually true. It all depends on where its made, prepared, the cut, the chicken, sauce, additives, if there is egg in the rice, if you bought it/if it is/its fast food, etc. Here we have a website that can teach you to make good sauce for you chicken and rice, and since your chicken is healthy/healthier, so you can make it ok, and we approve for you to have fried rice, with less sauce and eggs, or normal eggs, because we love eggs, and we all know most of us do to. 🤣 We approve for you and give you the exception, but who are we/I to tell you? 🤣 Link here to how to make some good healthy sauce for your chicken and some good healthy chicken cuts, and what not to do with chicken/what's dangerous when cooking especially this etc. https://dinnerthendessert.com/baked-orange-chicken/
5 Plain chicken wings, seasoned to taste soooo goooood. Whether you want to put a light sauce, or go plain sauced, and amazing seasoning on wings, while keeping it healthy by eliminating sauce and just having butter and seasoning/powders and spices etc. they are both a great option to remove the sauce on wings, get a good cut of wings, to prepare at home, and be healthy, with some steamed or cold vegetables of choice on the side etc. I personally live wings, plain, and especially lemon and herb/buffalo the most, and bbq etc. & more. But plain is one of my favorite and the best option for healthy eating, the most satisfying taste, the seasoning rubbing of on your tongue, your body feeling just full and satisfied wanting more, it's the perfect wing, not too hard to cook, not to expensive, not to hard to find good cuts of meats in the store, and perfect for home even if it takes 1 or 2 tries+ to perfect, it will leave you wanting this meal again/soon and you will you say"that was so good, i have to have this again soon." Of course if you love wings and even if you don't try it. A website on different healthy ways/seasonings, sauces, cuts, etc. of how to prepare and cook wings at home and what to look for in the store, ect. even though we/I did a great job above explaining, here. Especially for people on a diet with this site they say! https://www.shape.com/healthy-eating/diet-tips/healthy-chicken-wings