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There are countless ways to use the clear, plastic containers you often see stacked in restaurants for your own prep. Tall ones are perfect for large quantities of stocks and ice creams, while shorter ones can hide pestos and dressings away. As you are well aware, dinner routines are an essential part of the week, and storing your food prep in easy-to-see containers should help. The best part? These lids are interchangeable, so you don’t have to worry about a stray topper.

This copycat recipe from @lauraodegard will help you save money with the perfect meal prep salad. The Sweetgreen chicken pesto parm salad is easy to make at home.

This impossibly easy Oreo cake @fitwaffle can be pulled together with almost no prep time as long as you have some milk, baking powder, and your favorite cookie on hand.

The veggie chop is the perfect food prep gadget according to @kelseyvenkov. She was tired of crying profusely every time she chopped onions, so this gadget was a serious game changer.

Need an easy meal prep idea? These sushi stacks from TikTok creator @salsakahn1 don’t require any rolling so you can whip them up in a snap. They’re also a fun appetizer idea.

Peeling carrots, potatoes, and apples is one of the easiest ways to end up with a kitchen injury. This palm peeler makes peeling safer and faster, earning it a spot in TikTok creator @simplysalfinds’ kitchen.

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TikTok creator @tiffycooks will help you cut back on your takeout orders with this easy, savory, and melt in your mouth pork belly. A little prep work and a few minutes on the stove is all it takes before you throw it in the Instant Pot and forget it for 25 minutes.

Your Instant Pot might have completely changed your dinner and meal prep game, but if you’re not careful it could also change the shape of your cabinets. If you store and use your Instant Pot under your upper cabinets, the steam could cause water damage and warping over time. Fortunately, there’s an easy fix—this Goldlion steam diverter.

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Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa can wake you up in the morning, play whatever song you’re in the mood for, and tell you the weather, so it’s no surprise Alexa can help make the holidays less stressful too. If you’re juggling dozens of dishes in the kitchen this time of year, try these Alexa features to stay on top of holiday food prep.

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Eat healthy on a busy schedule with these reusable, durable, BPA-free meal containers!  Prepare, portion, and preserve healthy meals rather than eating expensive high-calorie fast foods on the go. 

Breakfast is more of a concept than a reality for many of us. Even those who do manage to grab a bite to eat on their way out of the door, it’s usually unsubstantial and mindlessly scarfed down during a mad rush to the car. It might mean waking up 10 minutes earlier, but you can turn a real sit-down breakfast into a need-to-have rather than a nice-to-have. Here are six bite-sized changes you can make to enjoy the beginning of every day a little more.

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 Behind-the-scenes of my #Halloween photo shoot last year! 🐓😂😂 It's hard work trying to get a 16-month-old to do what you want...especially in a #chickencostume!😰 #Costume prep for this year has already begun and I'm so excited!! Stay tuned...A video posted by Denise Wild (@medenisewild) on Oct 24, 2016 at 12:16pm PDT

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The scenario is all too familiar: You leave the house early, work for eight to 10 hours, drive home, prepare and eat dinner, clean the kitchen, help kids with homework, give baths, put them to bed, finish up housework or next-day prep, then finally fall into bed at 10 p.m. (probably later).

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